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a) decreased kidney function (ability to filter the blood: eGFR< 60mL).
b) evidence of kidney damage(e.g. protein in the urine; UACR > 30mg/g).
c) either B or C
d) None of the above.
a) Diabetic nephropathy occurs in many AI/AN patients with diabetes.
b) Diabetic nephropathy occurs in very few AI/AN patients with diabetes.
c) Early CKD detection and treatment of the underlying risk factors reduce the development of kidney failure.
d) A and C
e) B and C
a) UACR is a quantitative measure of urinary albumin excretion.
b) UACR uses a spot urine sample.
c) In adults, ratio of urine albumin to creatinine correlates closely to total albumin excretion.
d) Ratio is between two measured substances (not dipstick).
e) All of the above
a) National Kidney Disease Education Program (NKDEP)
b) IHS Division of Diabetes
c) American Diabetes Association
d) All of the above
a) Ensure the diagnosis is correct
b) Monitor progression
c) Implement appropriate therapy to slow progression
d) Avoid acute kidney injury (e.g. NSAIDs)
e) Screen for CKD complications
f) Educate the patient about CKD
g) Prepare appropriately for kidney failure
h) All of the above
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