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Table 4 Comparisons of 30-day, 6-month, 1-year and 48-month all-cause mortality in male and female patients with and without AKI

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

Parameter Male P# Female   P# P*
Without AKI With AKI   Without AKI With AKI   -
N 1666 212 - 1538 118 - -
All-cause mortality in 30 days (n, %) 30 (1.8%) 9 (4.2%) 0.04 12 (0.8%) 8 (6.8%) < 0.001 0.318
All-cause mortality in 6 months (n, %) 107 (6.4%) 42 (19.8%) < 0.001 89 (5.8%) 18 (15.3%) < 0.001 0.304
All-cause mortality in 1 year (n, %) 186 (11.2%) 56 (26.4%) < 0.001 137 (8.9%) 25 (21.2%) < 0.001 0.350
All-cause mortality in 48 months (n, %) 364 (21.8%) 83 (39.2%) < 0.001 318 (20.7%) 56 (47.5%) < 0.001 0.163
  1. #Comparison between patients with and without AKI
  2. *Comparison between male and female patients with AKI
  3. AKI, acute kidney injury