Skip to main content

Advertisement

Table 1 Analytical data on 126 patients with non diabetic nephropathies at baseline and at the last observation during follow-up.

From: Accuracy and limitations of equations for predicting the glomerular filtration rate during follow-up of patients with non-diabetic nephropathies

  Sample Size Age
(years)
Follow-up
(months)
Baseline GFR
(ml/min/1.73 m2)
(inulin clearance)
Baseline creatinine
(μmol/L)
Number of GFR measurements Final GFR
(ml/min/1.73 m2)
(inulin clearance)
Final Creatinine
(μmol/L)
Whole group 126 40.36 ± 12.48
[17–69]
37.56 ± 27.04
[6–117]
71.03 ± 24.02
[20–138]
119.03 ± 50.85
[49–319]
3.43 ± 2.06
[2–11]
71.19 ± 26.93
[18–140]
123.24 ± 69.195
[53–485]
Patients with deterioration in renal function 65 39.15 ± 12.50
[20–65]
42.86 ± 29.47
[6–117]
75.30 ± 26.15
[20–138]
123.15 ± 57.85
[49–316]
3.72 ± 2.2
[2–11]
61.67 ± 25.49
[18–118]
141.81 ± 85.97
[63–485]
Patients with improvement in renal function 61 41.65 ± 12.43
[17–69]
31.91 ± 23.11
[6–93]
66.47 ± 20.78
[24–124]
114.81 ± 42.21
[53–285]
3.13 ± 1.8
[2–10]
81.32 ± 24.79
[25–140]
103.45 ± 36.31
[53–247]
  1. Data are expressed as means ± SD [range]