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Higher proportion of CKD patients receive renal replacement therapy in the U.S. than other countries

07:03 EDT 23 Sep 2016 | American Society of Nephrology

A new study indicates that a much higher proportion of patients with advanced chronic kidney disease (CKD)—even those ≥85 years of age—receive renal replacement therapy (RRT) such as maintenance dialysis or kidney transplantation in the United States than in other developed countries.

Original Article: Higher proportion of CKD patients receive renal replacement therapy in the U.S. than other countries

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