Chronic Kidney Disease

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Chronic kidney disease is a long term condition where the kidneys don’t work effectively.  It will develop over a period of time with a progressive loss of kidney function. In the early stages it is most commonly diagnosed by blood and urine tests.  CKD is common and mainly associated with aging but some conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes or a family history of CKD can put you at greater risk.. We regularly conduct studies into chronic kidney disease and as part of this assessment you will receive a creatinine blood test and urine tests. 

We’re currently recruiting for studies for patients with moderate CKD as well as diabetes type 2.

Chronic Kidney Disease

We are currently recruiting for studies into this condition. Please register with us and we'll notify you when a relevant study becomes available.
 

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