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What Are the Prerequisites for Early Identification of CKD? Find Out in Case Studies From ISN Members

Over the last 18 months, a group of ISN members has developed a series of case studies to illustrate how different countries implement early chronic kidney disease (CKD) detection programs.

The researchers identified a list of prerequisites for successful early detection of CKD.

Read the paper here.

Countries included in the research are Taiwan, Uruguay, Canada, the United Kingdom, Mexico, and Senegal.

These case studies are part of a wider collaborative project* on CKD early identification and intervention, which includes a scoping review published in KI Reports earlier this year. Look out for a white paper to be published shortly.

Additional tools on this topic can be found in the “ISN-KDIGO CKD Early Identification & Intervention Toolkit” available here.

*Supported by AstraZeneca

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