Correlation Between Baseline GFR and Subsequent Change in GFR in Norwegian Adults Without Diabetes and in Pima Indians

Volume: 73, Issue: 6, Pages: 777 - 785
Published: Jun 1, 2019
Abstract
Rationale & ObjectiveAn elevated glomerular filtration rate (GFR), or renal hyperfiltration, may predispose individuals to subsequent rapid GFR decline in diabetes, obesity, and metabolic syndrome. Although this hypothesis is supported by results of experimental studies, the importance of hyperfiltration at the population level remains controversial. We investigated whether higher baseline GFR predicts a steeper decline in GFR.Study...
Paper Details
Title
Correlation Between Baseline GFR and Subsequent Change in GFR in Norwegian Adults Without Diabetes and in Pima Indians
Published Date
Jun 1, 2019
Volume
73
Issue
6
Pages
777 - 785
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