Chronic kidney disease dashboards

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) refers to all conditions of the kidney, lasting at least three months, affecting the filtration and removal of waste from the blood by the kidneys and/or leakage of protein or albumin in the urine. A person who has the most severe form of CKD, end-stage kidney disease, usually requires a kidney transplant or dialysis to survive.

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