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Table 4 Hazard Ratio in association with annual average concentration of PM10 after adjusting for co-pollutants

From: Clinical outcomes associated with long-term exposure to airborne particulate pollution in kidney transplant recipients

  BPR DCGF All-cause mortality
HR 95%CI HR 95%CI HR 95%CI
Single pollutant model of PM10 1.053 1.042 1.063 1.049 1.014 1.084 1.09 1.043 1.140
PM10 with adjustment for SO2 (sulfur dioxide) 1.051 1.040 1.062 1.046 1.011 1.081 1.084 1.037 1.133
Single pollutant model of PM10 1.053 1.042 1.063 1.049 1.014 1.084 1.09 1.043 1.140
PM10 with adjustment for CO (carbon monoxide) 1.049 1.038 1.059 1.037 1.001 1.073 1.075 1.027 1.125
Single pollutant model of PM10 1.053 1.042 1.063 1.049 1.014 1.084 1.09 1.043 1.140
PM10 with adjustment for NO2 (Nitrogen dioxide) 1.012 1.004 1.020 1.048 1.013 1.084 1.09 1.042 1.139
Single pollutant model of PM10 1.053 1.042 1.063 1.049 1.014 1.084 1.09 1.043 1.140
PM10 with adjustment for O3 (Ozone) 1.049 1.039 1.060 1.111 1.071 1.152 1.142 1.086 1.201
  1. BPR biopsy-proven rejection, DCGF death-censored graft failure
  2. Adjusted covariates: age, smoking, BMI, hypertension, DM, sex, HLA mismatch, cause of ESRD, serum phosphorus, albumin, eGFR at 6 months, preemptive, annual mean PM10, donor age, sex, donor type, and ABO-incompatible