alexa Chronic Kidney Disease in love with Female Diabetics

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Chronic Kidney Disease in love with Female Diabetics

Doctors of Puget Sound Health Care System, Seattle found that chronic kidney disease (CKD) is more likely to develop in female diabetics than male diabetics. 1,464 adult patients with diabetes and normal renal function were taken into study. The incidence rate was significantly higher for women than men (154 vs. 144.3 per 1,000 patient-years). The sex differences were consistent across age groups and appeared to be driven mainly by differences in the development of low eGFR rather than microalbuminuria.

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