Higher urine-to-plasma urea ratio reflects heightened risk of chronic kidney disease progression

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In a large cohort of patients with common forms of chronic kidney disease (CKD), researchers found that urine-to-plasma ratio of urea ([U/P]urea) was independently associated with CKD progression and kidney failure.

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