Freely Filtered 027: Long and deep on the KDIGO Diabetes Guidelines
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The Filtrate:

Swapnil Hiremath

Samira Farouk

Matt Sparks

Joel Topf

Jennie Lin

And two special guests:

Katherine Tuttle Clinical Professor Division of Nephrology, Medical & Scientific Director, Providence Medical Research Center/Sacred Heart Center, Professor of Basic Medical Sciences, WWAMI Program Washington State Universityendocrinologist and nephrologist at the University of Washington

Ian de Boer Professor in the Division of Nephrology, Adjunct Professor, Epidemiology and Associate Director, Kidney Research Institute

Show Notes:

The Guideline

NephJC’s summary

Accord study showing harm from tight glycemic control

Advance Trial the other trial showing harm from tight glycemic control

2007 KDOQI diabetes guidelines

2012 KDOQI diabetes guidelines

ADA guidelines

Rob Nelson, diabetes legend

Classic pathology of diabetic nephropathy

Should all patients with diabetes have a kidney biopsy?

Flow trial: A Research Study to See How Semaglutide Works Compared to Placebo in People With Type 2 Diabetes and Chronic Kidney Disease

The Grading of Recommendations Assessment, Development and Evaluation (short GRADE) working group. Don’t you love it when the first word in an acronym is the acronym itself.

Continuous Glucose Monitoring and Use of Alternative Markers To Assess Glycemia in Chronic Kidney Disease

Continuous glucose monitoring and icodextrin.

Keto diets have 1.2 to 1.7 g protein/kg

Urinary Sodium and Potassium Excretion, Mortality, and Cardiovascular Events by the PURE investigators

The Association Between Kidney Disease and Diabetes Remission in Bariatric Surgery Patients With Type 2 Diabetes

Jordy Cohen and Bariatric surgery in CKD at Kidney Week

Metformin knocking out of the park in UKPDS

Kidneys at the Zoo: What Can We Learn from Comparative Renal Physiology? at Kidney Week

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