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Table 2 Parameters for patients in different CKD stages

From: Identifying risk factors for chronic kidney disease stage 3 in adults with acquired solitary kidney from unilateral nephrectomy: a retrospective cohort study

  CKD 1–2 CKD 3–4 ESRD
n = 21 n = 67 n = 24
Sex Male 12 (17.6%) 42 (61.8%) 14 (20.6%)
Female 9 (20.5%) 25 (56.8%) 10 (22.7%)
Age (years)   52 (42–62) 62 (56–73) 56.5 (47–63.8)
Duration after nephrectomy (years)   4 (2.5–10.5) 5 (1–12) 12 (5–19.5)
Serum creatinine (μmol/L)   81 (68.5–99) 127 (112–150.3) 658.5 (475.3–996.2)
eGFR (ml/min/1.73 m2)   85.5 ± 14.9 46.7 ± 9.2 6.3 ± 2.5
Proteinuria No 12 (23.1%) 37 (71.2%) 3 (5.7%)
Yes 9 (20%) 24 (53.3%) 12 (26.7%)
Hematuria No 8 (10.1%) 53 (67.1%) 18 (22.8%)
Yes 13 (39.4%) 14 (42.4%) 6 (18.2%)
Kidney location Left 8 (14.0%) 37 (64.9%) 12 (21.1%)
Right 13 (23.6%) 31 (56.4%) 11 (20%)
Cause of ASK Tumors 11 (30.6%) 22 (61.1%) 3 (8.3%)
Tuberculosis 6 (13%) 29 (63%) 11 (23.9%)
Trauma 1 (25%) 1 (25%) 2 (50%)
Other 1 (9.1%) 5 (45.5%) 5 (45.5%)
Unknown 2 (13.3%) 10 (66.7%) 3 (20%)
Current smoker No 17 (19.8%) 50 (58.1%) 19 (22.1%)
Yes 4 (15.4%) 17 (65.4%) 5 (19.2%)
History of CVD No 18 (23.1%) 46 (59%) 14 (17.9%)
Yes 3 (8.8%) 21 (61.8%) 10 (29.4%)
Hypertension No 9 (19.1%) 30 (63.8%) 8 (17%)
Yes 11 (18%) 35 (57.4%) 15 (24.6%)
Obesity No 12 (18.5%) 36 (55.4%) 22 (26.2%)
Yes 5 (14.3%) 24 (68.6%) 6 (17.1%)
Diabetes No 20 (28.6%) 35 (50%) 15 (21.4%)
Yes 1 (2.8%) 28 (77.8%) 7 (19.4%)
Hyperuricemia No 16 (25%) 38 (59.4%) 10 (15.6%)
Yes 4 (8.9%) 27 (60%) 14 (31.1%)
Dyslipidemia No 14 (15.1%) 58 (62.4%) 21 (22.5%)
Yes 2 (18.2%) 9 (81.8%) 0 (0%)
  1. Note: Results are presented as numbers (percentages), medians (interquartile range), or medians (standard deviation); eGFR estimated glomerular filtration rate, ASK acquired solitary kidney, CVD cardiovascular disease
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