Who is at Risk of Kidney Disease?




People who have diabetes, blood pressure and obesity will eventually have progression to CKD (Chronic kidney disease). Dr. Samantha Taghva, Internal Medicine Physician with Baptist Health South Florida, also says they could have a genetic predisposition to CKD.

An early diagnostic and having under control any risk condition (diabetes, overweight, blood pressure) can slow progression into CKD, affirms Dr. Juan Kusnir, Nephrologist at the same place.

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