Kidney early evaluation program: a community-based screening approach to address disparities in chronic kidney disease.

@article{Vassalotti2010KidneyEE,
  title={Kidney early evaluation program: a community-based screening approach to address disparities in chronic kidney disease.},
  author={Joseph A. Vassalotti and Suying Li and Peter A. McCullough and George L Bakris},
  journal={Seminars in nephrology},
  year={2010},
  volume={30 1},
  pages={66-73}
}
The Kidney Early Evaluation Program (KEEP) is a free, community-based, kidney disease screening program designed to detect chronic kidney disease (CKD) early and promote follow-up evaluation with clinicians to ultimately improve outcomes. This program screens individuals with diabetes, hypertension, or those with a first-degree relative with diabetes, hypertension, and/or kidney disease. Data based on 89,552 KEEP participants screened in 49 states from early August 2000 until end of December… CONTINUE READING

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