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The International Society of Nephrology's International Consortium of Collaborators on Chronic Kidney Disease of Unknown Etiology: report of the working group on approaches to population-level detection strategies and recommendations for a minimum dataset.

Journal article
Authors Ben Caplin
Chih-Wei Yang
Shuchi Anand
Adeera Levin
Magdalena Madero
Rajiv Saran
Saroj Jayasinghe
Marc De Broe
Karen Yeates
Marcello Tonelli
Kristina Jakobsson
Luisa Strani
Agnese Ruggiero
Jason Glaser
Ekti Martin
Neil Pearce
Eranga Wijewickrama
Published in Kidney international
Volume 95
Issue 1
Pages 4-10
ISSN 1523-1755
Publication year 2019
Published at Institute of Medicine, Department of Public Health and Community Medicine, Section of Occupational and environmental medicine
Pages 4-10
Language en
Keywords CKD prevalence
Subject categories Urology and Nephrology


A uniform approach to detect CKD on a population level allows the understaning of key risk fctors for disease, provides valuable data for health care agencies, and establishes a basis for comparisons between regions. This documents elaborates a core protocol and minimum dataset for population-level investigations of CKD not related to diabetes, hypertension or other known risk factors (CKDu), which will allow international comparisons.

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