Multi-Site Validation Study Published Supporting Astute Medical's NephroCheck AKI Test | GenomeWeb

A study published this week has demonstrated the ability of Astute Medical's NephroCheck protein biomarker test to identify patients at risk of acute kidney injury.

In a validation cohort composed of 744 subjects with critical illness and no evidence of acute kidney injury at enrollment, the test identified patients who would go on to develop AKI within the next 12 hours with an AUC of .80.

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