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Cha, Kang, Park, Cha, Na, Kim, Yoon, Kim, Han, Park, Chang, Lim, and Kim: Sustained uremic toxin control improves renal and cardiovascular outcomes in patients with advanced renal dysfunction: post-hoc analysis of the Kremezin Study against renal disease progression in Korea [Volume 36, Issue 1, March 2017, Pages 68–78]
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Figure 3

Change of estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) over time

(A) From whole per-protocol participants (Prandomization = 0.18, Prandomization-time = 0.04). (B) From participants without a composite primary outcome (Prandomization = 0.01). (C) From participants with a composite primary outcome (Prandomization = 0.28). (D) From participants with diabetic nephropathy (Prandomization = 0.54, Prandomization-time = 0.049). (E) From participants with non-diabetic nephropathy (Prandomization = 0.21).

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