Additional file 1: of Associations of serum and dialysate electrolytes with QT interval and prolongation in incident hemodialysis: the Predictors of Arrhythmic and Cardiovascular Risk in End-Stage Renal Disease (PACE) study
journal contributionposted on 24.10.2019 by Esther Kim, Jacqueline Watt, Larisa Tereshchenko, Bernard Jaar, Stephen Sozio, W. Kao, Michelle Estrella, Rulan Parekh
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Table S1. Tabulation of QT prolonging medications at the first study visit. Table S2. Baseline associations of serum and dialysate electrolytes with the risk of QTc prolongation in 330 incident dialysis patients. Table S3. Comparison of baseline characteristics between participants who completed a follow-up visit and participants who did not complete a follow-up visit among those who survived to 1 year after the first study clinic visit. Table S4. Longitudinal associations of serum and dialysate electrolytes with the risk of QTc prolongation in 146 participants. Figure S1. Predicted probabilities of QTc prolongation by (A) serum total calcium, (B) corrected calcium, (C) ionized calcium, and (D) potassium using restricted cubic splines from longitudinal analysis of serum and dialysate electrolytes with the risk of QTc prolongation in 146 participants. Figure S2. Longitudinal associations of serum calcium and ionized calcium with the risk of QTc prolongation in 146 participants after simultaneously adjusting for serum potassium, and the interaction between each serum calcium measure and serum potassium. (DOCX 433 kb)