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Fig. 4

From: The predictive role of serum calprotectin on mortality in hemodialysis patients with high phosphoremia

Fig. 4

Survival curve and mortality risk according to CPT, hs-CRP and WBC tertiles in stratum of IP ≥ 6.0 mg/dl. Kaplan–Meier survival probability and multivariate adjusted hazard ratios in all-cause mortality are calculated according to CPT, hs-CRP and WBC tertiles for the stratum of IP ≥ 6.0 mg/dl. p-values report the test for trend. a CPT; b hs-CRP; c WBC. In multivariate analysis, the model was adjusted for relevant covariates: age, sex, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, active cancer, history of coronary artery disease, albumin, Cr and inflammatory parameters. CPT, calprotectin; hs-CRP, high sensitivity C-reactive protein; WBC, white blood cells; IP, inorganic phosphorus; Cr, Creatinine; HR, hazard ratio; 95% CI, 95% confidence interval. Tertiles of CPT, < 4635.04, 4635.04–7915.68, > 7915.68 ng/ml; hs-CRP, < 0.427, 0.427–1.173, > 1.173 mg/l; WBC, < 4756.67, 4756.67–6156.67, > 6156.67 /μl

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