A systematic review investigating the cumulative incidence of chronic kidney disease in young adults with impaired glucose tolerance

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chronic kidney disease 87 Title: Systematic ReviewsA systematic review investigating the cumulative incidence of chronic kidney disease in young adults with impaired glucose toleranceFerozkhan JadhakhanTom MarshallParamjit GillPublication
chronic kidney disease 349 (pmc-release): 5/2015Publication date (collection): /2015AbstractBackgroundIt is known that risk of chronic kidney disease (CKD) is elevated in patients with diabetes mellitus but it is not clear whether the risk is also elevated
chronic kidney disease 2749 an independent risk factor for cardiovascular disease (CVD) [[3]]. Diabetes is the leading cause of chronic kidney disease and end stage renal disease (ESRD). CKD is present in 40 % of individuals with a history of diabetes
chronic kidney disease 5756 1Progression of impaired glucose tolerance to type 2 diabetes or reversal to normoglycaemia and development of chronic kidney disease . IGT: impaired glucose tolerance; T2DM: type 2 diabetes; CKD: chronic kidney diseaseIGT trajectory and
chronic kidney disease 5841 development of chronic kidney disease. IGT: impaired glucose tolerance; T2DM: type 2 diabetes; CKD: chronic kidney disease IGT trajectory and the development of CKD in young adults (aged 18 to 40 years)Two epidemiological studies
chronic kidney disease 10347 abnormality or T2DM) groups must be free from CKD at baseline. Studies will be included that define chronic kidney disease by any of a number of measures. These include eGFR stages 3A, 3B, 4 and 5; albuminuria; albumin creatinine
chronic kidney disease 13942 additional file shows this in more details (see Additional file 1) which focuses on the following key terms: chronic kidney disease , impaired glucose tolerance, type 2 diabetes and young adult.Study selection processTwo reviewers will
kidney failure 3702 glucose contributes to the decline in kidney function which may result in kidney disease and lead to kidney failure [[7]–[9]]. It is not clear whether the risk of CKD is also elevated in IGT. The current American Diabetes

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