Table 4.

Risk factors for early and late IHD after renal transplantation (posttransplant covariates were excluded)a

VariableRelative Risk95% CIP Value
aCox proportional-hazards model (n = 1500 transplants and 189 IHD events) was used. Shown are relative risks, 95% confidence intervals, P values, and (in parentheses) the proportion of patients having the characteristic indicated by that variable.
ESRD, type I diabetes mellitus (0.17)3.232.04 to 5.090.000
ESRD, type I diabetes mellitus in women (0.07)1.931.04 to 3.580.036
ESRD, type II diabetes mellitus (0.09)2.211.27 to 3.820.005
ESRD, type II diabetes mellitus in women (0.03)1.950.80 to 4.730.140
Age (1.00, mean = 41.8 yr)1.071.05 to 1.080.000
Age in women (0.42, mean = 41.5 yr)0.990.98 to 0.990.000
Smoking at transplantation (0.24)1.531.11 to 2.130.010
Transplant in 1986 to 1992 (0.32)0.690.49 to 0.990.042
Transplant after 1992 (0.26)0.480.29 to 0.800.004
Bilateral nephrectomy (0.28)0.540.35 to 0.840.006
Bilateral nephrectomy in PKD (0.04)2.391.19 to 4.800.014
Pretransplant IHD (0.07)1.981.32 to 2.970.001