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Table 3 Stepwise logistic regression modelled analysis for the association of male sex with acute kidney injury

From: Acute kidney injury is more common in men than women after accounting for socioeconomic status, ethnicity, alcohol intake and smoking history

  Risk of AKI Patients included in the model
OR (95% CI) P
Model 1 1.659 (1.311–2.099) < 0.001 3534
Model 2 1.670 (1.317–2.117) < 0.001 3534
Model 3 1.640 (1.292–2.081) < 0.001 3534
Model 4 1.628 (1.274–2.081) < 0.001 3204
Model 5 1.573 (1.207–2.049) 0.001 2290
Model 6 1.599 (1.215–2.103) 0.001 2060
  1. AKI, acute kidney injury; BMI, body mass index; CI, confidence intervals; eGFR, estimated glomerular filtration rate; HR, hazard ratio; OR, odds ratio; Model 1, unadjusted; Model 2, adjusted for age; Model 3, adjusted for age and eGFR; Model 4, adjusted for age, eGFR, indices of deprivation, smoking, alcohol consumption and race; Model 5, adjusted for age, eGFR, indices of deprivation, smoking, alcohol consumption, race, BMI, diabetes, hypertension, coronary heart disease, stroke, peripheral vascular disease, heart failure, renal disease, liver disease, pulmonary disease and malignancy; Model 6, adjusted for age, eGFR, indices of deprivation, smoking, alcohol consumption, race, BMI, diabetes, hypertension, coronary heart disease, stroke, peripheral vascular disease, heart failure, renal disease, liver disease, pulmonary disease, malignancy, antihypertensive medication intake, statin intake, sodium, potassium and haemoglobin levels