Everywhere today, chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a general medical problem with profound socio-medical and economic consequences associated with its widespread prevalence among the population, disability, mortality due to the development of the terminal stage of the disease. The purpose of this stage of the work was to identify and assess the risk factors associated with albuminuria affecting the development of CKD. Based on these data, a mathematical model has been developed that allows calculating the risk index (RI) of CKD development.
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