Table 3.

Adjusted relative hazard of death resulting from all causes, cardiovascular disease, and coronary disease for participants with overt (≥30 mg/dl) versus no/trace urinary protein at baseline examinations

Relative Hazarda
RaceGenderDiabetes MellitusCurrent SmokingHistory of Cardiovascular Disease
BlackWhiteFemaleMaleNoYesNoYesNoYes
a Adjusted for age, race, gender, systolic BP, total cholesterol level, body mass index, diabetes mellitus, history of myocardial infarction or stroke, current cigarette smoking, physical inactivity, and education level.
All causes1.361.852.171.611.612.311.791.652.071.03
(0.83 to 2.24)(1.29 to 2.66)(1.43 to 3.30)(1.14 to 2.28)(1.16 to 2.22)(1.46 to 3.65)(1.24 to 2.59)(1.09 to 2.50)(1.62 to 2.65)(0.56 to 1.88)
Cardiovascular disease1.181.742.231.491.551.951.641.572.150.88
(0.64 to 2.16)(1.04 to 2.93)(1.41 to 3.53)(0.89 to 2.48)(0.93 to 2.58)(0.98 to 3.89)(1.02 to 2.66)(0.80 to 3.08)(1.34 to 3.44)(0.46 to 1.66)
Coronary disease1.861.341.951.401.132.791.451.371.950.90
(0.50 to 6.95)(0.75 to 2.38)(0.99 to 3.85)(0.72 to 2.69)(0.51 to 2.51)(1.14 to 6.84)(0.68 to 3.11)(0.66 to 2.85)(1.02 to 3.72)(0.38 to 2.16)