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Table 4 Risk factors for relevant patient and allograft early outcomes estimated with Cox regression analysis (HR) and competing risk analysis (sHR)

From: Early outcomes of kidney transplantation from elderly donors after circulatory death (GEODAS study)

  Risk factor HR 95% CI p-value sHR 95% CI p-value
Patient survival
 Model 1 (raw) Donor age > 65y (vs ≤ 65 years) 2.94 [1.22–7.11] 0.016 3.17 [1.38–7.27] 0.015
 Model 2 (adjusted by recipient age) Donor age > 65y (vs ≤ 65 years) 1.17 [0.44–3.08] 0.751 1.26 [0.48–3.34] 0.636
Recipient age 1.10 [1.04–1.16] 0.001 1.1 [1.05–1.16] < 0.001
 Model 3 (adjusted by recipient age + previous CV event) Donor age > 65y (vs ≤ 65 years) 1.06 [0.40–2.82] 0.900 1.06 [0.36–3.12] 0.910
Recipient age 1.10 [1.04–1.16] 0.001 1.09 [1.04–1.15] < 0.001
Previous CV event 2.02 [0.76–5.36] 0.158 2.00 [0.73–5.47] 0.178
Death-censored graft survival    
 Model 1 (raw) Donor age > 65y (vs ≤ 65 years) 1.30 [0.47–3.60] 0.620 1.28 [0.47–3.47] 0.631
 Model 2 (adjusted by recipient age) Donor age > 65y (vs ≤ 65 years) 1.17 [0.44–3.08] 0.751 1.00 [0.30–3.38] 0.997
Recipient age 1.10 [1.04–1.16] 0.001 1.02 [0.97–1.07] 0.425
 Model 3 (adjusted by eGFR< 30 ml/min at first month) Donor age > 65y (vs ≤ 65 years) 0.66 0.15–3.01 0.595 0.58 [0.12–2.74] 0.487
eGFR< 30 ml/min at first month 8.70 2.99–25.25 < 0.001 8.34 2.82–24.65 < 0.001
  1. HR hazard ratio, sHR sub-hazard ratio, CI confidence interval, eGFR estimated glomerular filtration rate, CV cardiovascular