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Research Article

Parathyroidectomy Is Associated with Reduced Mortality in Hemodialysis Patients with Secondary Hyperparathyroidism

Table 2

Cox proportional hazard regression of overall survival analysis for 221 hemodialysis patients with iPTH over 800 pg/mL.

Univariate regression modelMultivariate regression model ( = 218)
Full modelFinal model
95.0% CI for HR95.0% CI for aHR95.0% CI for aHR
HRLowerUpper valueaHRLowerUpper valueaHRLowerUpper value

Age ≥653.311.636.720.0012.431.085.500.0332.111.014.380.046
Male gender1.520.773.020.2281.210.542.730.646
Diabetes mellitus4.612.1310.00<0.0012.741.176.400.0203.801.738.370.001
Hb >10 g/dL0.770.391.530.4550.370.150.920.032
Albumin ≤3.5 g/dL1.560.465.280.4730.490.102.330.371
Phosphate <5.5 mg/dL1.220.582.570.595
Ca × P <55 (mg/dL)21.560.773.140.2171.110.502.440.799
Cholesterol ≥200 m/dL0.870.421.800.6991.340.523.480.546
Triglyceride ≥150 mg/dL0.810.401.630.5560.850.342.160.733
PTH ≥1500 pg/mL0.890.312.530.825
PTH ≥2000 pg/mL1.440.356.050.6161.950.3510.800.443
CCI ≥53.301.537.120.0022.220.975.090.060

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