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From: The ratio of CRP to prealbumin levels predict mortality in patients with hospital-acquired acute kidney injury

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(A) Risk profiles for CRP according to quartiles, p = 0.029 for the trend; (B) Risk profiles for prealbumin, p = 0.013 for the trend; (C) Risk profile for CRP: prealbumin, p = 0.01 for the trend. Values along horizontal axis represent the means of CRP, prealbumin and CRP/prealbumin of the respective quartiles. Hazard ratios of death for CRP rising, prealbumin decreasing and CRP/prealbumin rising according to quartiles were adjusted by age and gender.

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