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Figure 2

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

Figure 2

Kaplan-Meier analysis for the cumulative percentage of surviving patients at 90 days according to different CRP/prealbumin levels. The median of CRP/prealbumin was used as the cut-off point to divide the patients with AKI into 2 groups. Patients with higher levels of CRP/prealbumin (n = 78) had a significantly lower survival rate in these patients (log rank test, p < 0.01).

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