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Table 4 Prevalence (% and 95%CI) of albuminuria and renal impairment by age group and gender in DRUID and AusDiab participants

From: High rates of albuminuria but not of low eGFR in Urban Indigenous Australians: the DRUID Study

  DRUID AusDiab
  M F M F
Albuminuria*     
15-24 years 5.3 (1-13) 5.8 (3-11) - -
25-34 years 3.6 (1-12) 12.4 (7-19) 2.2 (1-4) 3.1 (2-5)
35-44 years 23.9 (14-36) 11.9 (7-18) 3.6 (3-5) 3.3 (2-4)
45-54 years 22.9 (12-37) 25.2 (17-35) 4.6 (4-6) 5.0 (4-6)
55-64 years 33.3 (15-57) 21.6 (11-35) 10.0 (8-12)** 5.4 (4-7)
65-74 years 33.3 (4-77) 28.0 (12-49) 16.5 (14-19) 9.3 (8-12)**
Renal     
Impairment*     
15-24 years 0 0 - -
25-34 years 0 0.8 (0-4) 0.2 (0-1) 0.6 (0-1)
35-44 years 3.0 (0-10) 0.7 (0-4) 0.7 (0-1) 1.3 (1-2)
45-54 years 6.3 (0-17) 5.6 (2-12) 2.8 (2-4) 5.4 (4-7)
55-64 years 9.5 (1-30) 7.8 (2-19) 4.7 (3-6) 9.6 (8-11)
65-74 years 16.7 (0-64) 4.0 (0-20) 18.0 (15-21) 27.3 (24-31)**
  1. *DRUID n = 76,139; 56,129; 67,135; 48,107; 21,51; 6,25. AusDiab n = 585,775; 1086,1417; 1337,1488; 912,1027; 723,772. (for men, women respectively for each age group in ascending order)
  2. **p < 0.05, p < 0.001: for AusDiab compared to DRUID participants of the same gender for each age group