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<p><b>A:</b> Patients characteristics that were significantly different between the groups (*, <i>P</i> < 0.01). Error bar demonstrated 95% CI. <b>B:</b> ROC curve analysis to determine optimal cut-off values of age, gait speed in Get-up and Go test, and fall risk assessment scores. The AUC values were 0.89 in age, 0.87 in Get-up and Go test, and 0.79 in fall risk assessment score. The optimal cut-off values were age older than 75 years, slower than 13.0 s in the Get-up and Go test, and higher than 10 points in fall risk assessment score. <b>C:</b> Patients were categorized according to the number of independent predictors (>75 years old, Get-up and Go > 13.0 s, eGFR decline > 30%) for postoperative delirium (scores 0–3). The occurrence of postoperative delirium was 0% in score 0, 1.4% in score 1, 26% in score 2, and 67% in score 3 (<i>P</i> < 0.001). <b>D:</b> Predictive accuracy of selected three factors by the ROC curve showed that the AUC value was 0.952 (<i>P</i> < 0.001, 95% CI 0.902–1.00).</p

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