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Table 5 Predictors of change in glomerular filtration rate from admission to discharge: multiple linear regression analysis results

From: Relationship between coronary artery disease and C-reactive protein levels in NSTEMI patients with renal dysfunction: a retrospective study

Independent variables b P value CI 95%
Gender (M) 1.92 0.26 -1.418 to 5.262
Age (years) -0.40 <0.001 -0.549 to -0.243
Immediate evidence based treatment -0.84 0.74 -5.803 to 4.116
GFR at admission (mL/min/1.73 m2 ) -0.34 <0.001 -0.423 to 0.253
History of heart failure -2.60 0.21 -6.704 to 1.513
History of PAD 4.04 0.16 -1.589 to 9.663
History of diabetes 1.00 0.55 -2.309 to 4.307
History of lipid disorders -2.15 0.17 -5.212 to 0.915
History of hypertension 0.48 0.78 -2.908 to 3.862
Prior myocardial infarction -0.36 0.83 -3.544 to 2.833
Prior stroke or TIA -2.38 0.35 -7.436 to 2.675
Number of vessels with CAD 1.77 0.03 0.138 to 3.407
Ejection fraction (≤40) -3.29 0.13 -7.497 to 0.924
  1. Dialysis patients (n = 10) where excluded from the analysis.
  2. Values in bold are statistically significant.
  3. Abbreviations: GFR glomerular filtration rate, CAD coronary artery disease, EF ejection fraction, PAD peripheral arterial disease, TIA transient ischemic attack.