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Average Survival Rate with Diabetes and CKD

Average Survival Rate with Diabetes and CKDDiabetes along with CKD is called Diabetic Nephropathy in clinic. With the characteristics of proteinuria and progressive kidney failure, diabetic kidney disease may aggravate into end stage kidney failure. Do you know the average survival rate with diabetes and CKD?

It is reported that diabetes is the leading cause of ESRD patients in dialysis treatment. In the early stage, patients with Diabetic Nephropathy can still live without life-threatening complications just like patients with other types of chronic kidney disease.

What is the survival rate for patients with Diabetic Nephropathy? Generally, diabetic kidney disease occurs after about 5~10 years' history of diabetes. According to clinical research, 25% of diabetics have end stage renal failure in 6 years, 50% of patients develop into end stage renal disease in 10 years, and 75% of patients have ESRD in 15 years. Furthermore, the average time from the onset of proteinuria to death of uremia is about 10 years.

In fact, the survival rate and life expectancy with diabetic nephropathy changes from person to person. Factors that affect patients' prognosis include the severity of kidney damage, high blood sugar, high blood pressure, the amount of protein leakage, diet plan, and so on.

If diabetic nephropathy progresses into end stage, patients may choose kidney transplant. In recent years, the survival rate of cadaveric renal transplantation and living renal transplantation is respectively 79% and 91% in 5 years. If patients have begun dialysis, their survival rate is about 43% in 5 years.

If patients want to prolong their life expectancy and save their kidneys timely, they should detect their kidney disease and take action timely. Some therapies do help to improve patients' prognosis. To learn more about these therapies, you can leave a message below or email to Then, you can get reply in 24 hours.

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