part 2 normal gfr by age

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Men.            Gfr.              Gfr

Age.             Median.    Range      

35-39.         79.               66-92

40-44.         77.               65-89

50-54.         73                60-86

60-64.         68.                56-80

65-69.         66.                56-76

70-74.         66.                55-77

75-79.         62.                51-73

80-84.         64.                 50-78

Over 85.     59                  45-73

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    Sorry, they are still reviewing part one to decide if they will accept the posting.
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    Fran,

    Arethese the normal eGFR ranges for men? Where did you find this information?

    Marj

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      Marj, I think that is why they are holding up the first comment I made, I included the site. These numbers are for healthy people, 18-90 years of age. No high blood pressure, diabetes, cardiovascular or renal disease. They had all the ages but I only copied some. My hands hurt really bad today so I didn't want to type them all. I figured I would give the site but I think that's what messed up my post. I hope they desire to put it up.

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    Just everyone remember those numbers are for a person with TWO kidneys.  
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      I answered your post but it's not up. Yes, 2 kidney healthy people. I hope they most it because it's an awesome paper on a study done on 1660 males, 2072 females,869 of those were male and females over 65.

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    Are we not allowed to give sites?
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