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Table 5 Odds ratios for the development of acute kidney injury when CK and/or sMb are above their cutoff values (based on ROC curves)

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

  Model corrected for known risk factors*    
   95% confidence interval   
  OR Lower Upper p value**
CK > 773, sMb ≤ 368 1.06 0.45 2.27 0.8818
CK ≤ 773, sMb > 368 4.29 2.71 6.8 <0.0001
CK > 773, sMb > 368 5.11 3.03 8.63 <0.0001
  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. **p value compared with the reference group CK ≤ 773 U/l and sMb ≤ 368 μg/l.