American doctors give tick to Proteomics kidney test – The West Australian

A survey of 400 physicians and endocrinologists in a clinical utility study found 78 per cent were extremely likely or very likely to order the test for their patients.

Said Study senior author and endocrinologist, Dr Alexander Turchin: When presented with moderate or high-risk PromarkerD results, physicians were more likely to implement renoprotective changes — such as increasing monitoring frequency, prescribing SGLT2 inhibitors or replacing ibuprofen — than if they did not have the PromarkerD test results.

Article: American doctors give tick to Proteomics kidney test

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