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Abstract Background Chronic kidney disease is an important preoperative risk factor. However, the association between renal dysfunction and risk of death has not been well explored in non‐cardiac surgery. Methods Two prospective observational studies in non‐cardiac surgery were analysed: the European Surgical Outcomes Study (EuSOS) and the UK...