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Table 5 Relationship between serum calcium level and All-cause death and ESRD in different models

From: Association of serum calcium levels with renal impairment and all-cause death in Chinese patients with newly diagnosed multiple myeloma: a cross-sectional, longitudinal study

Variable All-cause death ESRD
Crude model (HR, 95%CI, P) Minimally adjusted model(HR, 95%CI, P) Fully adjusted model(HR,95%CI,P) Crude model (HR, 95%CI, P) Minimally adjusted model(HR, 95%CI, P) Fully adjusted model (HR, 95%CI, P)
Serum calcium level(mmol/l) 4.82 (2.37, 9.78) < 0.0001 4.95 (2.36, 10.37) < 0.0001 5.72 (2.09, 15.63) 0.0007 1.34 (0.53, 3.37) 0.5331 1.32 (0.51, 3.40) 0.5624 0.85 (0.29, 2.48) 0.7655
Mean serum calcium(mmol/l)
  < 2.44 0 0 0 1.0 1.0 1.0
  > =2.44 4.13 (1.62, 10.51) 0.0029 4.27 (1.66, 11.01) 0.0026 6.99 (1.61, 30.41) 0.0095 1.09 (0.50, 2.39) 0.8211 1.03 (0.47, 2.25) 0.9444 0.95 (0.39, 2.34) 0.9139
  1. Non-adjusted model adjust for: None Adjust I model adjust for: age sex.; hypertension history; diabetes history
  2. Adjust II model adjust for: age; sex.; hypertension history; diabetes history, LDH, serum/urinary kappa light chain, serum/urinary lambda light chain, HB, serum globulin and ISS-stage, serum albumin and serum beta 2 microglobulin