Table of contents

Summary

  1. Introduction
    • Purpose of this report
    • Chronic kidney disease and its stages
    • Main data sources
  2. Demographic profile of Indigenous Australians with CKD
    • 2.1 Prevalence of chronic kidney disease
    • 2.2 Demographic characteristics
    • 2.3 Whether CKD was also self-reported
  3. Selected characteristics of Indigenous Australians with and without CKD
    • 3.1 Socioeconomic indicators
    • 3.2 Health factors
    • 3.3 Risk factors
    • 3.4 Cultural factors, stress and trauma
    • 3.5 Health service use
  4. Comorbidity profile
    • 4.1 Selected comorbidities in summary
    • 4.2 Cardiovascular disease
    • 4.3 Diabetes
    • 4.4 Other conditions
  5. Hospitalisations for chronic kidney disease
    • 5.1 Hospitalisations for chronic kidney disease (excluding dialysis)
    • 5.2 Hospitalisations for dialysis
    • 5.3 Hospitalisations for kidney disease by Indigenous Regions
  6. End-stage kidney disease
    • 6.1 End-stage kidney disease prevalence and treatment
    • 6.2 End-stage kidney disease prevalence by Indigenous Regions
    • 6.3 End-stage kidney disease incidence
  7. Factors significantly associated with CKD
    • Regression results

Appendix A: Classifications

  • Cardiovascular disease
  • High cholesterol
  • Diabetes
  • Arthritis and gout
  • Eye disease
  • Ear disease

Appendix B: Methodological information

  • Selected characteristics analyses
  • Health profile analyses
  • Indigenous Regions analyses
  • Interpreting regression results

Appendix C: Data sources

  • Survey data

Acknowledgments
Abbreviations
Symbols
References
List of tables
List of figures
List of boxes
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