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Table 3 —

HRs of possible predictive variables for survival of diabetic subjects on hemodialysis (n = 150)

VariablesUnadjusted
Adjusted for age and sex
HR95% CIPHR95% CIP
Age (year) 1.028 1.009–1.048 0.004* — — — 
Sex (female) 0.913 0.604–1.381 0.667 — — — 
SBP (mmHg) 0.996 0.987–1.005 0.360 0.993 0.984–1.002 0.126 
DBP (mmHg) 0.999 0.984–1.013 0.844 1.000 0.986–1.015 0.977 
BMI (kg/m20.950 0.881–1.025 0.186 0.952 0.882–1.027 0.199 
CTR (%) 1.033 1.004–1.062 0.025* 1.038 1.003–1.074 0.031* 
Cre (mg/dl) 0.920 0.859–0.986 0.018* 0.930 0.867–0.997 0.042* 
HbA1c (%) 1.116 1.011–1.232 0.029* 1.133 1.028–1.249 0.012* 
Na (mEq/l) 0.981 0.955–1.008 0.162 0.975 0.949–1.001 0.060 
K (mEq/l) 0.813 0.642–1.030 0.086 0.840 0.663–1.164 0.148 
TP (g/dl) 0.857 0.680–1.080 0.190 0.855 0.675–1.083 0.194 
Hb (g/dl) 1.066 0.947–1.199 0.289 1.103 0.973–1.251 0.126 
T-chol (mg/dl) 0.997 0.994–1.000 0.040* 0.997 0.994–1.000 0.099 
VariablesUnadjusted
Adjusted for age and sex
HR95% CIPHR95% CIP
Age (year) 1.028 1.009–1.048 0.004* — — — 
Sex (female) 0.913 0.604–1.381 0.667 — — — 
SBP (mmHg) 0.996 0.987–1.005 0.360 0.993 0.984–1.002 0.126 
DBP (mmHg) 0.999 0.984–1.013 0.844 1.000 0.986–1.015 0.977 
BMI (kg/m20.950 0.881–1.025 0.186 0.952 0.882–1.027 0.199 
CTR (%) 1.033 1.004–1.062 0.025* 1.038 1.003–1.074 0.031* 
Cre (mg/dl) 0.920 0.859–0.986 0.018* 0.930 0.867–0.997 0.042* 
HbA1c (%) 1.116 1.011–1.232 0.029* 1.133 1.028–1.249 0.012* 
Na (mEq/l) 0.981 0.955–1.008 0.162 0.975 0.949–1.001 0.060 
K (mEq/l) 0.813 0.642–1.030 0.086 0.840 0.663–1.164 0.148 
TP (g/dl) 0.857 0.680–1.080 0.190 0.855 0.675–1.083 0.194 
Hb (g/dl) 1.066 0.947–1.199 0.289 1.103 0.973–1.251 0.126 
T-chol (mg/dl) 0.997 0.994–1.000 0.040* 0.997 0.994–1.000 0.099 

The HR for each variable is expressed per increment of 1 unit of each variable; the HR for sex refers to females.

*

P < 0.05.

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