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THE PRESSURE IS ON
TO DIAGNOSE CKD

AS FEW AS 10% OF ADULTS WITH CKD
ARE DIAGNOSED, EVEN IN STAGE 31-3

Diagnose CKD
Diagnose CKD

TAKE THE PRESSURE OFF BY FOLLOWING THESE THREE SIMPLE STEPS:

Diagnose early, check your patients eGFR values and kick off  conversation with your patients.
Diagnose early, check your patients eGFR values and kick off  conversation with your patients.

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SEE WHY THE PRESSURE IS ON TO
DIAGNOSE CKD IN ITS EARLIER STAGES

HIGH PREVALENCE
LOW DIAGNOSIS

CKD can be a life-threatening condition that is vastly underdiagnosed.3

9 out of 10 people with CKD don’t know they have it – in both developed and developing countries.3

Only 1 in 10 American adults with stage 3 CKD are diagnosed
Only 1 in 10 American adults with stage 3 CKD are diagnosed

As few as 1 in 10 adults with Stage 3 CKD are diagnosed.1-3

Learn more about the importance of diagnosing CKD early.

CKD, chronic kidney disease; CV, cardiovascular; eGFR, estimated glomerular filtration rate; GFR, glomerular filtration rate.

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