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Pretransplant screening for coronary artery disease: data are required before practice change.

Kidney International 2023 October 32
Declining rates of peritransplant cardiovascular death, an increasing burden of pretransplant tests, and concerns about the effectiveness of screening candidates for coronary artery disease have led many transplant programs to de-escalate screening protocols. Recent Kidney Disease: Improving Global Outcomes and American Heart Association scientific statements and guidelines neatly summarize current evidence, but also identify areas of need. Here, we argue that key questions should be addressed by adequately powered clinical trials before our long-held screening paradigms are completely rewritten.

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