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Table 3 Comparison of the renal function index between US data and Chinese data

From: Association between NAFLD and risk of prevalent chronic kidney disease: why there is a difference between east and west?

 US data (n = 11,844)Chinese data (n = 51,229)P value
(NHANES vs. Chinese)
Total (n = 11,844)non-NAFLD Group (n = 7571)NAFLD Group (n = 4273)P valueTotal (n = 51,229)non-NAFLD Group (n = 37,334)NAFLD Group (n = 13,895)P value
Serum creatinine (umol/l)93.52 ± 29.1993.62 ± 30.9093.35 ± 25.880.63682.92 ± 20.8280.92 ± 21.7088.29 ± 17.14< 0.001< 0.001
eGFR (ml/min/1.732)80.15 ± 18.6581.10 ± 18.5178.45 ± 18.78< 0.00191.48 ± 17.0693.03 ± 17.3187.32 ± 15.62< 0.001< 0.001
Proteinuria, n(%)1305(11.0%)714(9.4%)591(13.8%)< 0.0013231(6.3%)1977(5.3%)1254(9.0%)< 0.001< 0.001
CKD, n(%)2544(21.5%)1441(19.0%)1103(25.8%)< 0.0014685(9.1%)2971(8.0%)1714(12.3%)< 0.001< 0.001
CKD Categories, n(%)
 G0, n(%)9300(78.5%)6130(81.0%)3170(74.2%) 46,544(90.9%)34,363(92.0%)12,181(87.7%)< 0.001< 0.001
 G1–2, n(%)958(8.1%)521(6.9%)434(10.2%) 2659(5.2%)1616(4.4%)1043(7.5%)< 0.001< 0.001
 G3–5, n(%)1586(13.5%)917(12.1%)669(15.7%) 2026(4.0%)1355(3.6%)671(4.8%)< 0.001< 0.001