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Table 3 Complications in the first year post-KT in the different group by 1-year proteinuria < 0,5 g/day and ≥ 0,5 g/day

From: Relationship between early proteinuria and long term outcome of kidney transplanted patients from different decades of donor age

 All patients1 year PTO < 0,5 g/day1 year PTO ≥ 0,5 g/dayP value
Post transplant complications
 DGF %25,424,430,7< 0,05
 Transplant Urologic Complications %3028,338< 0,05
 Ureteral fistula %3,83,17,0< 0,05
 Ureteral stenosis %6,45,212,7< 0,05
 Transplant Vascular Complications %15,514,619,70,12
 Vascular fistula %4,74,46,50,36
 Renal artery stenosis %9,49,011,50,18
 Overall infection %37,235,945,20,07
 CMV infections %24,222,334,4< 0,05
 Ischemic Cardiopathy %7,98,35,70,33
 NODAT %21,219,729,30,01
 Extrarenal Major Vascular Complications%*2,62,53,20,68
 Hypertension %8885960,07
 Rejection %6,15,812,1< 0,05
 Biopsies %26,923,155,4< 0,05
 Total Glomerulonephritis/Recurrent glomerulonephritis %9,3/2,57,3/1,715,9/6,3< 0,05
  1. DGF = delayed graft function; CMV = cytomegalovirus; NODAT = new onset diabetes after transplantation. Biopsies are all performed for cause
  2. *Including stroke, arterial stenosis and thrombosis
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