Chronic Kidney Disease Prevention

Chronic Kidney Disease, or CKD for short, is a condition that affects millions of adults. It is a condition that affects quality of life and is costly to treat. When left undiagnosed and/or untreated, it can result in daily medicines, dialysis, and/or the need for a kidney transplant.

33% of adults have early stage CKD and don’t know it. Knowing the risks and knowing what to do next can help prevent the disease from affecting you, your family, or your patients. Early treatment can prevent further progression and even reverse damage.

Opportunities to Improve CKD Treatment

Opportunities to Improve CKD Treatment

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Chronic Kidney Disease High Risk Calculator Quiz for Patients

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CKD Prevalence; Cost; Number of People & Health System Burden