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Table 2 Risk factors of AKI and death from multivariate models

From: Factors associated with acute kidney injury in the Helsinki Burn Centre in 2006–2015

  OR (95%CI) for AKI OR (95%CI) for death OR (95%CI) for death with AKI OR (95%CI) for death in AKI patients
Age (per 10y increase) 1.80 (1.37–2.37) 1.91 (1.40–2.61) 1.64 (1.18–2.27) 1.30 (0.99–1.90)
TBSA (per 10% increase) 2.16 (1.61–2.88) 2.36 (1.71–3.26) 1.99 (1.41–2.80) 1.49 (0.98–2.27)
Comorbidities 0.88 (0.37–2.09) 0.95 (0.38–2.39) 1.03 (0.39–2.74) NA
Inhalation injury 2.46 (0.94–6.40) 1.77 (0.66–5.00) 1.33 (0.43–4.06) NA
Sepsis 6.69 (1.71–26.26) 1.03 (0.26–4.09) 0.51 (0.12–2.19) NA
Rhabdomyolysis 3.94 (1.10–14.06) 2.55 (0.66–9.83) 1.83 (0.43–7.72) NA
AKI NA NA 5.97 (2.20–16.20) NA
  1. AKI acute kidney injury, NA not available, TBSA total body surface area