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Table 1 Demographic and clinical data of patients at the time of acute kidney injury diagnosis

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

  Total (n = 155) Survivors (n = 103) Non-survivors (n = 52) p value
Age 63.4 ± 18.4 63.96 ± 19.04 62.2 ± 17.1 0.577
Gender (male) 115(74.2%) 78 (75.7%) 37 (71.2%) 0.539
Basic Scr(μmol/L) 79.5 (61.0-100.0) 78.5 (61.3-98.5) 80.5 (58.8-102.0) 0.501
Scr when AKI diagnosed (μmol/L) 165 (132-237) 158 (126-216) 190.5 (142.5-241.5) 0.030
RIFLE criteria (%)     0.235
   Risk 71 (45.8%) 50 (48.5%) 21 (40.4%)  
   Injury 38 (24.5%) 27 (26.2%) 11 (21.2%)  
   Failure 46 (29.7%) 26 (25.2%) 20 (38.5%)  
Etiology of AKI     0.513
   Ischemic 66 (42.6%) 44 (42.7%) 22 (42.3%)  
   Multifaceted 58 (37.4%) 36 (35.0%) 22 (42.3%)  
   Nephrotoxic 31 (20.0%) 23 (22.3%) 8 (15.4%)  
Comorbidity     
   Hypertension 66 (44.6%) 40 (40.8%) 26 (52.0%) 0.195
   Diabetes 25 (16.9%) 19 (19.4%) 6 (12.0%) 0.257
   CKD 10 (6.8%) 10 (10.2%) 0 (0%) 0.017
   Sepsis 67 (43.8%) 41 (40.2%) 26 (51.0%) 0.205
Ventilation 31 (20.0%) 12 (11.7%) 19 (36.5%) <0.001
Dialysis 30 (19.4%) 18 (17.5%) 12 (23.1%) 0.405
Hemoglobin (g/dL) 11.2 (9.6-12.6) 11.2 ± 2.0 10.7 ± 3.1 0.265
WBC (103/mm3) 11.2 (7.7-16.5) 10.8 (7.1-16.9) 12.1 (9.2-16.4) 0.222
TB (mmol/L) 12.0 (8.2-21.2) 12.0 (8.0-18.5) 13.0 (8.5-28.4) 0.112
SOFA 7 (4-11) 4 (3-7) 12.5 (9.3-15.0) <0.001
  1. Data were divided into two groups according to survival status of 28 days.
  2. Abbreviations: Scr: serum creatinine; AKI, acute kidney injury; CKD, chronic kidney disease; WBC, white blood cell; TB: Total bililubin; SOFA, sequential organ failure assessment.