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Table 4 Odds ratios for the development of acute kidney injury

From: An observational study on rhabdomyolysis in the intensive care unit. Exploring its risk factors and main complication: acute kidney injury

  Models corrected for known risk factors*
   95% conf int   Area under
  OR Lower Upper P value ROC Curve
Log10 Creatine kinase 2.21 1.45 3.38 0.0002 0.759
Log10 Serum Myoglobin 7.87 4.60 13.85 < 0.0001 0.790
Log10 Urinary Myoglobin 1.61 1.21 2.13 0.0010 0.766
CK 170 - 1000 U/L** 1.42 0.84 2.45 0.1979  
CK 1000 - 5000 U/L** 2.56 1.27 5.21 0.0087  
CK > 5000 U/L** 5.12 1.84 14.29 0.0018  
  1. *Risk factors at baseline: mean blood pressure, creatinine, CK, sMb, uMb, PaO2, lactate, osmolarity, SOFA, use of loop diuretics, sepsis, hours of surgery > 6, inotropic index, mechanical ventilation, trauma and muscle ischemia.
  2. **The different CK categories are compared with reference CK < 170 U/L.