In Asia, the incidence of kidney disease of all types is growing more rapidly than developed western countries in part due to increasing rates of diabetes and hypertension. Across the continent, the population of end-stage renal disease patients requiring dialysis is growing at an annual rate of more than 12%. This rapid growth is proving costly.

Most kidney diseases are untreated or undetected in its earliest stages and is expensive to manage as it progresses to end stage renal failure. There are a host of technological advances in renal disease treatment and management but what many clinicians and health governments hope for now is early detection. Recognition of a kidney dysfunction in the earliest stages will have the largest impact to reducing social and economic burdens

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Chronic Kidney Disease – The silent killer

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Chronic Kidney Disease – The silent killer

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Kidney Biomarkers – Early detection, enhanced monitoring

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Kidney Biomarkers – Early detection, enhanced monitoring

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RBC Morphology – A useful parameter in Renal Disease

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RBC Morphology – A useful parameter in Renal Disease

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The Role of Ret-He in Haemodialysis Patients

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The Role of Ret-He in Haemodialysis Patients

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Albuminuria: Its Importance in Disease Detection

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Albuminuria: Its Importance in Disease Detection

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SP Clavant, TM Osicka, WD Comper. Lab Medicine 2007; 38:35-38.
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Diagnostic performance of reticulocyte hemoglobin equivalent in assessing the iron status.

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Diagnostic performance of reticulocyte hemoglobin equivalent in assessing the iron status.

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Chinudomwong, Pawadee, et al. Journal of Clinical Laboratory Analysis (2020): e23225.
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Which methods for determining glomerular filtration rate most strongly associate with risk of progression of kidney disease?

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Which methods for determining glomerular filtration rate most strongly associate with risk of progression of kidney disease?

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Anders H Berg, Jennifer Van Eyk, Clinical Chemistry, Volume 65, Issue 3, 1 March 2019, Pages 361–362