Objectives The relationship between high-sensitive cardiac troponin T concentration (hs-cTnT) and renal markers levels is known. However, the extent to which their variations are associated remains to be explored. Objective: model the relationship between relative changes in hs-cTnT (Δhs-cTnT) and variations in creatinine (Δcre) or estimated glomerular filtration rate (ΔeGFR), using a quantile generalized additive model (qgam). Methods Concomitant plasma Δhs-cTnT and Δcre from patients aged 18–100 years, selected with a time variation (Δtime) of 3 h–7 days, were collected over a 5.8-year period. Relationships between Δhs-cTnT and covariates Δcre (A) or ΔeGFR (B), including age, Δtime, hour of blood sampling (HSB) and covariates interactions were fitted using qgam. Results On the whole (n=106567), Δhs-cTnT was mainly associated with Δcre, in a positive and nonlinear way (−21, −6, +5, +20, +55% for −50, −20, +20, +50, +100%, respectively), but to a lesser extent with age (min −9%, max +2%), Δtime (min −4%, max +8%), and HSB (min −5%, max +7%). Δhs-cTnT was negatively associated with ΔeGFR (+46, +7, −5, −11, −20% for −50, −20, +20, +50, +100%, respectively). Classifying Δhs-cTnT as consistent or not with myocardial injury based on recommendations, an interpretation of Δhs-cTnT adjusted for model A or B led to statistically significant but small diagnostic discrepancies (<2%), as compared to an interpretation based on Δhs-cTnT only. Conclusions From a laboratory and statistical standpoint, considering renal function variations when interpreting relative changes in cardiac troponin T has a minor impact on the diagnosis rate of myocardial injury.