A rate of one case of diagnosed chronic kidney disease per 800 screenings, the cost was $ 2997.50 per case diagnosed. ‘A screening test should be cheap and widely available, and a positive result should be prompted timely evaluation, ‘Sekhar said. ‘Most importantly, should the screening to intervention, morbidity and / or mortality. Prevents screening urine dipstick meets the first three requirements, but not to satisfy the final run. Remains unproven, that early detection significantly altered the course of a child that determines progress of chronic kidney disease with end-stage renal disease. Designed as an early intervention treatments for chronic kidney disease, reexamination of screening dipstick urinalyses and perhaps targeted screening of high-risk populations can be justified.

Departments of Pediatrics and Public Health Sciences.. The researchers used data on screening urine dipsticks from 8,954 healthy school children aged 8 to 15 Of that number, 1,264 children or 14.2 % had abnormal results, at which time a test strip was repeated. Only 319 of this number had a repeat abnormality, with 11 of the 8,954 children, or about 0.1 %, ultimately with some form of chronic kidney disease. The results were published in the journal Pediatrics.

Other researchers involved with this study are Li Wang, and Christopher S.Of the 48,000ilot investigated IVF treatment causing plurality birth, trials Commission Regulation.

Notes:Study co-authors include Gaetano Ciancio, Jeffrey Gaynor, Alberto Zarak, Randolph Brown, Superman Hanson, Minister Junichiro Sageshima, David Roth, Linda Chen, Warren Kupin, Lissett Tueros, Phillip Ruiz, by Alan Livingstone, and George Burke III, MD .

Information: The authors of this manuscript to lay disclose conflicts of interest as they described in in the magazine of the American Society of Nephrology. Astellas Pharma U.S. Provided which partly pay support in the conclusion of this study on the cardioid and kidney / pancreas transplant program at the University of Miami.