My Food Coach by the National Kidney Foundation is designed to help you understand and manage all of your nutritional requirements. This app offers personalized nutrition information.
“Managing Gout" empowers patients with the most essential tools and information for controlling gout and protecting their kidneys. Guidance is provided on the optimal use of nutrition, lifestyle, and medication for the prevention and treatment of gout flares.
Summarizes new science that explains how estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) and urinary albumin-to-creatinine ratio (ACR) are independent risk factors for the following adverse outcomes:
- All-cause mortality
- Cardiovascular mortality
- Kidney failure
- Acute kidney injury (AKI)
- Progressive chronic kidney disease (CKD)
A quick pocket tool to help medical professionals assess and treat albuminuria in people with diabetes and other high risk patients. Designed for rapid, convenient, point-of-care intervention whenever and wherever you need it. Content is adapted from KDOQI evidence-based clinical practice guidelines and recommendations from the National Kidney Foundation.
This App for patients is a convenient way to learn how to stay healthy with a kidney transplant. It provides the answers to frequently asked questions about how and why it is important to follow all of the instructions and recommendations from your transplant team.
Helps medical professionals estimate kidney function using five separate eGFR calculators. Also includes an easy-to-use reference list and other information to help clinicians identify risk factors, evaluate for CKD, and manage progression using evidence-based strategies from the KDOQI guidelines. Includes the following eGFR calculators:
- CKD-EPI Creatinine 2009 Equation (Preferrred method)
- MDRD Study Equation
- CKD-EPI Creatinine 2012 Equation
- Cockcroft-Gault Formula
- Revised Bedside Schwartz Formula (For ages 1-17)
Designed for people who need to limit their fluid intake, especially people with hyponatremia, kidney failure, or heart disease.