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Table 7 Comparison between patients with and without osteoporotic fractures

From: Mineral bone disorder and osteoporosis in hemodialysis patients

 Fracture 
NoYesP
Age (ans)51.94 ± 14.5360.63 ± 13.330.06
BMI (kg/m2)25.76 ± 4.4326.05 ± 6.400.84
Ca (mmol/L)2.06 ± 0.42.10 ± 0.310.757
P (mmol/L)1.86 ± 0.591.65 ± 0.440.262
TAP (U/L)90.32 ± 76.4274.45 ±  33.440.500
Vit D (ng /mL)15.59 ± 11.5216.96 ± 12.470.716
PTH (pg/mL)444.38 ± 401.56293.24 ± 110.650.010
CRP (mg/L)8.03 ± 12.359.09 ± 11.060.75
Albumin (g/L)33.99 ± 8.6036.32 ± 6.720.391
CTX (ng/mL)2.53 ± 1.532.20 ± 1.430.504
bAP (ng/mL)27.06 ± 27.1925.43 ± 26.790.854
FGF23 (pg/mL)221.14 ± 260.32226.95 ± 156.430.992
BMD lumbar1.150 ± 0.221.130 ± 0.200.740
BMD total hip0.859 ± 0.1490.814 ± 0.1760.356
Overall
 Normal (n (%))26 (32.9)4 (36.4)0.043
 Osteopenia (n (%))40 (50.6)2 (18.2)
 Osteoporosis (n (%))13 (16.9)5 (45.5)
  1. BMI Body mass index, Ca Calcium level, P Phosphorus level, TAP Total alkaline phosphatase, vitD 25(OH) vitamin D, PTH Parathyroid hormone, BMD Body mass density
  2. Significant at p < 0.05 set in boldface