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Research Article

Value of Estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate and Albuminuria in Predicting Cardiovascular Risk in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes without Cardiovascular Disease

Table 2

Differences between patients with and without nephropathy based on estimated glomerular filtration rate.

VariablePatients with eGFR > 60Patients with eGFR < 60 P
ml/minml/minvalue

Age (years)50 (10) †63 (8) †<0.01
Duration of disease (years)8 (2) †12 (4) †<0.01
BMI24.8 (4.0) †22.4 (3.1) †<0.01
CHDR0.074 (0.046 to 0.116) ‡0.128 (0.077 to 0.196) ‡<0.01
FCHDR0.031 (0.016 to 0.062) ‡0.074 (0.046 to 0.116) ‡<0.01

BMI: body mass index, eGFR: estimated glomerular filtration rate, CHDR: coronary heart disease risk, FCHDR: fatal coronary heart disease risk.
† indicates mean (SD); ‡ indicates median (IQR).

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