Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity / 2019 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Redox Balance Correlates with Nutritional Status among Patients with End-Stage Renal Disease Treated with Maintenance Hemodialysis

Table 3

Differences between ESRD patients and controls assessed by logistic regression adjusted for sex, age, and CRP. Odds ratios (OR) for being in the study group are reported with 95% confidence intervals (CI).

Adjusted for sex and ageAdjusted for sex, age,and CRP
OR (95% CI)OR (95% CI)

Glutathione peroxidase (per 1 U/L)0.94 (0.92; 0.98)≤0.0010.97 (0.95; 0.98)≤0.001
Glutathione reductase (U/L)0.99 (0.97; 0.998)0.0211.00 (1.98; 1.02)0.7
FRAP (mmol/L)0.10 (0.01; 0.64)0.0160.44 (0.06; 3,14)0.4
Uric acid (per 10 μmol/L)1.07 (1.02; 1.12)0.0111.01 (0.96; 1.06)0.7
Superoxide dismutase (U/mL)0.98 (0.95; 1.02)0.30.91 (0.85; 0.97)0.003

CRP—C-reactive protein; FRAP—ferric reducing antioxidant power.

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