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Table 1 Risk factor analysis of postoperative renal failure in 101 renal-transplant patients undergoing abdominal or abdominal wall surgery

From: The impact of immunosuppression on postoperative graft function after graft-unrelated surgery: a retrospective controlled cohort study

Parameter n Dialysis-dependent Renal failure, n (%) p Acute renal Failure, n (%) p Permanent Renal failure, n (%) p
Age
  < 60 years 54 4 (7%) 0.228 8 (15%) 0.397 5 (9%) 0.151
  > 60 years 47 7 (15%) 10 (21%) 9 (19%)
Creatinine preoperative
  < 2.0 mg / dl 64 6 (9%) 0.746 7 (11%) 0.026 7 (11%) 0.382
  > 2.0 mg / dl 35 4 (11%) 10 (29%) 6 (17%)
Extent
 major 49 7 (14%) 0.288 12 (25%) 0.089 10 (20%) 0.065
 minor 52 4 (8%) 6 (12%) 4 (8%)
Gender
 male 63 5 (8%) 0.220 7 (11%) 0.023 5 (8%) 0.027
 female 38 6 (16%) 11 (29%) 9 (24%)
GFR preoperative
  > 40 ml / min 45 3 (7%) 0.244 4 (9%) 0.040 4 (9%) 0.201
  < 40 ml / min 54 7 (13%) 13 (24%) 9 (17%)
Location
 intraabdominal 78 8 (10%) 0.706 15 (19%) 0.496 11 (14%) 0.897
 abdominal wall 23 3 (13%) 3 (13%) 3 (13%)
Time since transplantation
  < 10 years 34 1 (3%) 0.068 3 (9%) 0.092 2 (6%) 0.098
  > 10 years 67 10 (15%) 15 (22%) 12 (18%)
Timing
 emergency 35 8 (23%) 0.005 11 (31%) 0.009 8 (23%) 0.057
 elective 66 3 (5%) 7 (11%) 6 (9%)
Transplanted
 Once 78 8 (10%) 0.706 11 (14%) 0.072 9 (12%) 0.213
 More than once 23 3 (13%) 7 (30%) 5 (22%)
  1. Bold entries are significant