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Table 1 Clinical and laboratory characteristics of 30 PH patients at first visit

From: Urinary monocyte chemoattractant protein 1 associated with calcium oxalate crystallization in patients with primary hyperoxaluria

Characteristics
Age, years19.5 ± 16.6 (3.4–68.2)
Male16 (53.3%)
PH Type
 124 (80.0%)
 24 (13.3%)
 32 (6.7%)
eGFRa, ml/min/1.73m268.4 ± 21.0 (37.2–122.3)
Urine Oxalate, mMol/24 h/1.73m21.48 (1.05, 2.33)
CaOx SS, DGb0.99 ± 1.18 (−1.81–2.57)
PTOx, μmol/L51.1 (34.1, 78.6)
Urine calcium/Cr ratio, mg/g5.98 (2.04, 8.68)
Urine citrate/Cr ratio, mg/g29.0 (17.7, 55.0)
  1. Data are presented as n (%) for categorical variables and mean ± SD (range) or median (25 percentile, 75 percentile) for continuous variables, depending on the skewedness of the distributions
  2. aFor patients> 18, the CKD-EPI equation was used to estimate GFR. For patients< 18, the Schwartz 2009 equation was used to estimate GFR
  3. bDG: delta Gibbs, the units for CaOx SS