Screening and treatment of diabetic nephropathy by primary care physicians

@article{Kraft1999ScreeningAT,
  title={Screening and treatment of diabetic nephropathy by primary care physicians},
  author={Stephanie Kakos Kraft and Emmanuel N. Lazaridis and Chunfu Qiu and Charles M. A. Clark and David G. Marrero},
  journal={Journal of General Internal Medicine},
  year={1999},
  volume={14},
  pages={88-97}
}
To describe the practices of Indiana primary care physicians related to diabetic nephropathy screening and management. Cross-sectional, observational. The state of Indiana. Active primary care physicians [defined as general internists, family practitioners, and general practitioners) in Indiana who provided care for diabetic patients at the time of the survey (n=1,018) Practice patterns relevant to microalbuminuria and overt albuminuria screening and management were assessed along two… CONTINUE READING
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