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A bilingual (EN/ES) LLM powered Nephrology medical assistant that provides specialized information and support exclusively related to kidney health within a medical application for both patients and physicians - based on the results from the embedded Kidney Failure Risk Calculator.

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Kidney Health Assessment: Users can assess their risk of kidney failure using the Kidney Failure Risk Calculator, providing personalized insights into their current kidney health status.

Personalized Guidance: Receive tailored guidance and recommendations based on the results of the Kidney Failure Risk Calculator to manage and reduce kidney-related risks.

The accuracy of risk assessment is dependent on the information provided by users. Limitations may arise if users input inaccurate data into the Kidney Failure Risk Calculator

This application is intended for informational purposes only and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Users should always consult a healthcare professional for personal health concerns.

Each variable is assigned points based on paper: Tangri N, Stevens LA, Griffith J, et al. A predictive model for progression of chronic kidney disease to kidney failure. JAMA. 2011;305(15):1553-9.

Information is sourced from reputable medical literature, peer-reviewed journals, and established healthcare guidelines to ensure the highest level of medical accuracy.

As the creators of the Kidney Failure Risk Calculator & Agent (EN/ES) app, our insights guide its development and purpose:

Commitment to Accessibility: We aim to make the app accessible to a diverse audience, ensuring that individuals from various backgrounds and levels of medical understanding can benefit from the information provided.

User-Centric Approach: The app is designed with the user's experience in mind, prioritizing clear language, empathetic responses, and a user-friendly interface.


Warning: Not intended for clinical use. Assume outputs are unsafe and unvalidated. Use carefully.

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Kinal Patel

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