Check them. Love them.

Love Kidneys

You have a higher risk of kidney disease if you have:

  • Diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • Heart disease
  • Family history of heart disease

30 Million Americans Live With Kidney Disease

African Americans are 4 times more likely to get kidney disease, while hispanics are 2 times more likely to get kidney disease.

Acute Kidney Injury

Learn the clinical markers, symptoms,
and clinical guidelines related to AKI.

About AKI

Chronic Kidney Disease

Are your patients at risk?
Know the risk factors.

About CKD
How do you check for kidney disease?

A doctor explains the two tests for chronic kidney disease (CKD): blood test, which checks your Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR), and a urine test.

What should I know?

A library of clinical tools and materials
available for download.

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How can I detect CKD?

Determine risk, test at-risk patients, and
confirm the presence of clinical markets.

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