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Research Article

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

Table 3

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

Univariate regression modelMultivariate regression model ( = 203)
Full modelFinal model
95.0% CI for HR95.0% CI for aHR95.0% CI for aHR
HRLowerUpper valueaHRLowerUpper valueaHRLowerUpper value

Age ≥653.641.518.800.0043.211.158.940.0262.460.986.190.056
Male gender1.060.442.510.9040.870.322.380.789
Diabetes mellitus3.941.5210.210.0052.620.957.270.0643.
Hb >10 g/dL0.950.402.250.9040.520.181.470.218
Albumin ≤3.5 g/dL0.980.137.290.9820.350.033.730.384
Phosphate <5.5 mg/dL0.660.221.950.449
Ca × P <55 (mg/dL)21.160.472.870.7560.780.292.080.619
Cholesterol ≥200 m/dL1.190.502.840.6871.400.474.160.546
Triglyceride ≥150 mg/dL1.070.452.530.8730.830.282.510.746
PTH ≥1500 pg/mL0.650.152.790.563
PTH ≥2000 pg/mL2.210.519.510.2862.810.4617.230.265
CCI ≥52.991.167.720.0242.150.785.890.138

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