robert bell rmsbell at ESEDONA.NET
Wed Apr 9 05:12:05 UTC 2014

There are a group of diagnoses where we do not have enough data/information to make a firm diagnosis. 

This link relates to age and renal failure

It is said here: "Therefore, it is not clear to what extent a decline in GFR with age is physiological and what level of GFR should be considered abnormal in older people."

So how can we say some elderly people definitely have Chronic Renal Failure?

So should the first thing be to clarify better what is Chronic Renal failure in elderly people.

Could there be Errors in Diagnosis here because the renal failure standards are incorrect?!

Rob Bell

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