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Please see below for videos and links to helpful resources including publications, guidelines, and relevant websites for continued learning about metabolic acidosis.

Hear from Nephrologists

Navdeep Tangri, MD, PhD*:

Associate Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine and Community Health Sciences Scientific Director, Chronic Disease Innovation Center, University of Manitoba

*Dr Tangri is a paid consultant of TRICIDA, Inc.

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Donald Wesson, MD, MBA✝︎:

Professor of Medicine, Texas A&M College of Medicine; President, Baylor Scott & White Health & Wellness Center

✝︎Dr Wesson is a paid consultant of TRICIDA, Inc.

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David A. Bushinsky, MD:

Professor of Medicine and of Pharmacology and Physiology, University of Rochester School of Medicine

Dr Bushinsky is a paid consultant of TRICIDA, Inc.

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Matthew Abramowitz, MD, MS§:

Associate Professor of Medicine, Albert Einstein College of Medicine

§Dr Abramowitz is a paid consultant of TRICIDA, Inc.

Navdeep Tangri, MD, PhD||:

Associate Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine and Community Health Sciences Scientific Director, Chronic Disease Innovation Center, University of Manitoba

||Dr Tangri is a paid consultant of TRICIDA, Inc.

Hear from a Patient

Sharon, patient with CKD:

Sharon, patient with CKD:

Opinions reflected in the above patient video are those of the patient. CKD is complex and patient symptoms may vary.

Opinions reflected in the above patient video are those of the patient. CKD is complex and patient symptoms may vary.

Metabolic acidosis overview, management guidelines, and resources

Tangri Poster
#FR-PO632, ASN, 2019:
Metabolic acidosis is underdiagnosed and undertreated in patients with chronic kidney disease
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National Kidney Foundation-Kidney Disease Outcomes Quality Initiative Clinical Practice Guidelines (2002):
NKF-KDOQI Clinical Practice Guidelines for chronic kidney disease evaluation, classification, and stratification
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Kidney Disease Improving Global Outcomes® (2012):
KDIGO Clinical Practice Guideline for the Evaluation and Management of Chronic Kidney Disease
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Inker LA et al (2011):
Estimated GFR, albuminuria, and complications of chronic kidney disease
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The role of metabolic acidosis in CKD

Wesson DE et al (2020):
Mechanisms of metabolic acidosis‐induced kidney injury in chronic kidney disease
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Reaven et al Poster
#FR-PO274, ASN, 2019:
Metabolic acidosis is an independent predictor of adverse renal outcomes and higher costs in patients with chronic kidney disease
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Reaven et al Poster
#SA-PO836, ASN, 2019:
Metabolic acidosis is associated with failure to thrive and fractures/falls in patients with chronic kidney disease
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Goraya N and Wesson DE (2019):
Clinical evidence that treatment of metabolic acidosis slows the progression of chronic kidney disease
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Kraut JA and Madias NE (2017):
Adverse effects of the metabolic acidosis of chronic kidney disease
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Abramowitz MK (2014):
Acid-base balance and physical function
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Bushinsky DA (2019):
Tolerance to sodium in patients with CKD-induced metabolic acidosis: does the accompanying anion matter?
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