Table 2

Rate of Coronary Death or Nonfatal Ml (by Age and eGFR)

Rate (95% CI) of Coronary Death or Nonfatal Ml (per 1,000 Patient–Years)
OverallMaleFemale
Age >40 yrs (eGFR G1-G4)14.9 (14.6–15.3)17.4 (16.9–17.9)12.7 (12.3–13.1)
 eGFR G3a-G419.3 (18.8–19.8)23.4 (22.6–24.2)16.4 (15.8–17.0)
 eGFR G1-G29.7 (9.3–10.0)12.0 (11.4–12.6)6.7 (6.3, 7.2)
Age >50 yrs (eGFR G1-G4)17.3 (17.0–17.7)20.2 (19.6–20.8)14.8 (14.3–15.3)
 eGFR G3a-G419.9 (19.4–20.4)24.3 (23.4–25.2)16.9 (16.3–17.5)
 eGFR G1-G212.9 (12.4–13.4)15.2 (14.5–16.0)9.7 (9.0–10.5)
Age 40-50 yrs (eGFR G1-G4)3.2 (2.9–3.6)4.7 (4.2–5.4)1.6 (1.2–2.0)
 eGFR G3a-G44.7 (3.7–6.0)5.9 (4.3–8.1)3.6 (2.5–53)
 eGFR G1-G23.0 (2.6–3.3)4.6 (4.0–5.3)1.2 (0.9–1.6)

Reproduced with permission from KDIGO (41).

Values are unadjusted rates from 1,268,029 participants in the Alberta Kidney Disease cohort. People with diabetes, MI, and other cardiovascular disease were included. Data do not apply to people with Kidney transplants.

CI = confidence interval; eGFR = estimated glomerular filtration; MI = myocardial infarction.