Table 3—

All-cause death rates in the population with diabetes of Teesside, 1994–1999, by baseline renal function

Baseline renal statusAge (years)Baseline no. of subjectsPercentage who died during studyPerson-years of follow-upDeath rate per 1000 person-years (95% CI)Relative rate (95% CI)*
Type 1 diabetic subjects
 <150 μmol/l
0–395101.827502.55 (0.75–4.34)
40–5920412.71,33017.29 (11.35–23.22)
60–792839.322263.14 (47.42–78.86)
 >150 μmol/l
0–3960280N/A
40–59955.64686.09 (63.03–109.16)4.98 (2.35–10.57)
60–7947516244.11 (89.30–398.92)3.87 (1.79–8.35)
Type 2 diabetic subjects
 <150 μmol/l
40–591,19410.95,40216.66 (13.75–19.57)
60–792,25031.312,30751.60 (49.33–53.86)
80+35161.52,409135.73 (130.00–141.46)
 >150 μmol/l
40–591957.958121.16 (93.40–148.92)7.27 (4.11–12.86)
60–798469290189.67 (161.78–217.56)3.68 (3.03–4.46)
80+3090130260.90 (202.35–319.46)1.92 (1.60–2.31)
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    * Death rates in those with creatinine >150 μmol/l compared with those with creatinine <150 μmol/l.