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An analysis of more than 1 million persons in Alberta, Canada, showed that laboratory reporting of estimated glomerular filtration rate (GFR) beginning in 2004 resulted in more referrals to nephrologists, but no apparent improvement in outcomes.

Does the Estimated GFR Cause Us to Cry Wolf with Chronic Kidney Disease?