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)1.0281.009–1.0480.004*
Sex (female)0.9130.604–1.3810.667
SBP (mmHg)0.9960.987–1.0050.3600.9930.984–1.0020.126
DBP (mmHg)0.9990.984–1.0130.8441.0000.986–1.0150.977
BMI (kg/m2)0.9500.881–1.0250.1860.9520.882–1.0270.199
CTR (%)1.0331.004–1.0620.025*1.0381.003–1.0740.031*
Cre (mg/dl)0.9200.859–0.9860.018*0.9300.867–0.9970.042*
HbA1c (%)1.1161.011–1.2320.029*1.1331.028–1.2490.012*
Na (mEq/l)0.9810.955–1.0080.1620.9750.949–1.0010.060
K (mEq/l)0.8130.642–1.0300.0860.8400.663–1.1640.148
TP (g/dl)0.8570.680–1.0800.1900.8550.675–1.0830.194
Hb (g/dl)1.0660.947–1.1990.2891.1030.973–1.2510.126
T-chol (mg/dl)0.9970.994–1.0000.040*0.9970.994–1.0000.099
  • The HR for each variable is expressed per increment of 1 unit of each variable; the HR for sex refers to females.

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    * P < 0.05.