Individuals diagnosed with a stress-related disorder may warrant increased surveillance of their kidney function, according to study investigators.
A past or present diagnosis of inflammatory bowel disease elevates the risk of progression to kidney failure among patients with IgA nephropathy, according to investigators.
Dialysis facilities would be more successful at immunizing patients against the COVID-19 coronavirus if they receive direct allocations of the vaccine, according to officials from major dialysis companies.
The early morning fasting urine-to-plasma urea ratio reflects the kidneys’ urine-concentrating capacity, which may decline early in ADPKD, according to investigators.
Nearly a million more Black adults in the United States would have stage 3 chronic kidney disease if the race coefficient were removed from the CKD-EPI equation used to estimate glomerular filtration rate, according to an analysis.
Risk for disease progression or death increased for those with renal insufficiency in relapsed/refractory, newly diagnosed MM
A study revealed a nearly 25% rate of all-cause mortality among patients on maintenance dialysis who contract COVID-19.
Dialysis use among older Veterans Affairs (VA) patients with incident kidney failure varied from 25.0% to 81.4% across 108 VA facilities, a study found.
The approval was based on data from the open-label, active-controlled phase 3 ANDROMEDA study.
Study results show that mortality among hemodialysis patients declined from 2006 to 2015 compared with the general Swedish population.