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Cystatin C: Its utility as an alternative for creatinine-based eGFR
Cystatin C is a protein used as a biomarker for kidney function. A cystatin C test may be ordered as an alternative to a serum creatinine or urine albumin test. Measurement of serum cystatin C is gaining a greater role in the estimation of kidney function, especially with growing scrutiny of the inclusion of race modifiers in the creatinine-based eGFR equation.

During this interactive webinar, a multidiscipline panel of experts will delve into the utility of the cystatin C test in diagnosing kidney disease. They will discuss:

• Epidemiological argument for measuring cystatin C

• Benefits of cystatin C related to diagnosis, risk classification, and racial bias

• Practical barriers to ordering the cystatin C test

• Illustrative case examples

Moderator:

Silas Norman, MD, MPH
University of Michigan

Panelists:

Josef Coresh, MD, PhD
Johns Hopkins University

Michelle Estrella, MD, MHS
University of California - San Francisco

Amy Karger, MD, PhD
University of Minnesota

Michael Shlipak, MD, MPH
University of California - San Francisco

Webinar supported by: Gentian Diagnostics

May 4, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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