Mineral and Bone Disorder

Chronic Kidney Disease-Mineral Bone Disorder (CKD-MBD), Vitamin D Deficiency, & Secondary Hyperparathyroidism (SHPT)

People who have chronic kidney disease (CKD) are at increased risk for bone disease and related conditions.

Vitamin D Deficiency, CKD-MBD, and SHPT

CKD can affect your vitamin D levels and cause an imbalance of minerals such as calcium and phosphorus. This can lead to vitamin D deficiency, CKD-MBD, SHPT, and other health issues such as heart disease. The information on the following pages will provide education and awareness materials for patients with kidney disease to help improve their bone health, as well as, inform medical professionals with tools and resources based on the latest research so they can better help their patients.

Patients

Includes information about CKD-MBD, SHPT, vitamin D deficiency and other related conditions for patients, including an informative quiz, facts about SHPT and vitamin D deficiency, brochure on mineral and bone disorder, infographic, and more.

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Healthcare Professionals

Includes information about CKD-MBD, SHPT, vitamin D deficiency and other related conditions for healthcare providers, including clinical bulletins, professional resources page, clinician teaching tools, plus other related educational resources.

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This education tool was supported by OPKO Pharmaceuticals, LLC.
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