Anaemia in CKD

1st April 2011 by Louise Hudman

Most of this is aimed a specialists, though some of it is useful to know:

  • If GFR ≥ 60, anaemia is unlikely to be due to CKD.
  • In adults you would want to investigate anaemia due to CKD further when their Hb < 11, or if they have symptoms of anaemia.

 

 

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