Chronic Kidney Disease in Children (CKID)
The purpose of this study is to investigate what factors make chronic kidney disease worse in children and to see how CKID affects a child's brain development, behavior, heart function, growth and general well being.
- Measures of kidney function, cognitive function and other will be taken at yearly follow-up visits
- Study may last 5-10 years
- Age 1-16 years old
- chronic kidney disease
Can be done from home
Keywordschronic kidney disease, CKID, child, pediatrics
Principal InvestigatorVikas Dharnidharka, ASO PROFESSOR
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