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Table 1 Characteristics of donors and recipients

From: Sex differences in uric acid levels in kidney transplant recipients and their donors: a preliminary retrospective cross-sectional study

 DonorsRecipients
Age (years)55 ± 1146 ± 16
Sex ratio; male:female16:2925:20
Height (cm)159 ± 8163 ± 9
Body weight (kg)57 ± 1256 ± 12
Body mass index (kg/m2)22.5 ± 3.621.0 ± 3.8
Complications
 Hypertension7 (16%)31 (67%)
 Hyperlipidemia6 (13%)23 (51%)
 Diabetes0 (0%)14 (31%)
 Blood relatives27 (60%) 
 Dialysis vintage (months)a 23 (2–82)
 Preemptive kidney transplantation 11 (24%)
Causes of renal failure
 Chronic glomerulonephritis 24 (53%)
 Diabetic nephropathy 4 (9%)
 CAKUT 3 (7%)
 ANCA associated vasculitis 3 (7%)
 ADPKD 3 (7%)
 Lupus nephritis 2 (4%)
 Others and unknown 6 (13%)
Immunosuppressant
 Mycophenolate mofetil 42 (93%)
 Mizolibin 2 (4%)
 Everolimus 22 (49%)
 Tacrolimus 42 (93%)
 Cyclosporin 3 (7%)
 mPSL 45 (100%)
  1. CAKUT, congenital anomalies of the kidney and urinary tract; ANCA, anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibody; ADPKD, autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease; MMF, mycophenolate mofetil; mPSL, methylprednisolone
  2. aMedian (interquartile range)