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Table 1 Demographics and Clinical baseline characteristics

From: Renal arteriography with endovascular ultrasound for the management of renal infarction patients

Clinical characteristics Number of patients (%)
Age (Years) 47 ± 11
Male 22 (88)
Current Smoker 12 (48)
HBP 13 (52)
Dyslipidaemia 8 (32)
Diabetes mellitus 2 (8)
Family history of cardiovascular disease 4 (16)
Known vascular disease 2 (8)
- Past CABG 1 (4%)
- Past PCI + LEAD 1 (4%)
BMI (kg/m2) 25 ± 5.3
Delay between first symptoms and invasive exploration (months) /N = 24a 3.5 ± 12.5
Flank or Abdominal sharp pain /N = 23a 20 (87)
Abnormal urine dipstick / N = 20a 13 (65)
Creatinine level (μmol/L) / N = 24a 88.5 ± 22.5
Glomerular filtration rate (mL/min) / N = 24a 97.2 ± 58.5
eGFR < 60 mL/min 4 (16)
White blood cells (/mm3) / N = 24a 11,900 ± 5400
LDH (UI/L) / N = 13a 886 ± 421
CRP (mg/L) / N = 23a 61 ± 123
Typical computed tomography scan 20 (80)
Bilateral renal involvement 3 (12)
  1. BMI Body mass index, CABG Coronary artery Bypass Graft, CRP C-reactive protein, GFR Glomerular filtration rate (Cockcroft-Gault), HBP High blood pressure, LDH Lactate dehydrogenase, LEAD Lower Limb Arterial Disease
  2. aData were available for N patients out of 25
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