Does the survey accurately identify individuals with CKD?

Study Lead

Ewerton Lopes Pereira

Guizo Studios


The study aims to address the pressing need for early identification of CKD by validating a survey designed to assess individuals’ risk of developing the condition. By examining the survey’s ability to accurately identify individuals with CKD, we seek to enhance early detection efforts and improve clinical outcomes for affected individuals. The survey incorporates various risk factors and clinical indicators associated with CKD, allowing for a comprehensive assessment of an individual’s risk profile.

Participant commitment

Your participation in this study is crucial for validating the effectiveness of the CKD risk assessment survey. By providing insights into your medical history, lifestyle factors, and other relevant information, you contribute to improving the accuracy and reliability of the survey in identifying individuals at risk of CKD. p;


We are looking for patients with chronic kidney disease at all stages. Participation in the study is entirely voluntary. Participants will be assured that they can withdraw from the study at any time without repercussion. Only individuals aged 18 years and older are eligible to participate.

Type of Participation



Chronic Kidney Disease


All provinces and territories

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