Table 2.

Follow-up clinical characteristics of wounded warriors requiring RRT for AKI managed in the National Capital Region who survived hospitalization (n=40)

Demographic FeaturesValue
Age at injury (y)25±5
Age at last follow-up (y)29±6
Death during follow-up1 (2.5)
Time from injury to last follow-up (d)1326 (219–3318)
Sex, male:female39:1
Race
 White 26 (65)
 Black 8 (15)
 Other 6 (20)
ESRD (present at hospital discharge)1 (2.5)
Kidney function (n=39, without ESRD at hospital discharge)
 Serum creatinine at hospital discharge (mg/dl)0.80±0.36
 Time from injury to last serum creatinine (d)1158 (99–3316)
 Serum creatinine at last follow-up0.85±0.24
 eGFR (CKD-EPI) at last follow-up (ml/min per 1.73 m2)118±23
 eGFR≤60 ml/min per 1.73 m20 (0)
 HTN present at last follow-up8 (21)
 Proteinuria present at last follow-up (n=36)9 (25)
 Calcium at last follow-up (n=32) (mg/dl)9.6±0.7
 Phosphate at last follow-up (n=13) (mg/dl)3.7±0.9
 Hemoglobin at last follow-up (n=26) (g/dl)13.8±2.4
 Nephrolithiasis by history or imaging7 (18)
 Neurogenic bladder7 (18)
Amputation and Renal Function (n=39, without ESRD at hospital discharge)
Degree of AmputationSerum Creatinine at Last Follow-Up (mg/dl)eGFR (CKD-EPI) at Last Follow-Up (ml/min per 1.73 m2)
None (n=12)0.86±0.30117±27
Small (n=6)1.00±0.18107±20
Medium (n=8)0.82±0.14121±11
Large (n=13)0.81±0.26122±26
  • Data are presented as mean±SD, median (range), or count (%). CKD-EPI, Chronic Kidney Disease Epidemiology Collaboration; HTN, hypertension.