Identify the Risk of Acute Kidney Injury—Before It’s a Problem

The NephroCheck Test was created for use alongside clinical evaluation of critically ill patients over 21. With results in just 20 minutes, the test is intended to assist the clinician in assessing the risk of moderate to severe acute kidney injury in the next 12 hours.

Identify, Stratify and Mitigate
the Risk of Acute Kidney Injury


Identify which patients may be at increased risk of developing AKI, and those who are at lower risk of developing AKI.


Stratify patients who have a high (> 0.3) or the highest (> 2.0) risk of developing moderate to severe AKI in the next 12 hours.


The test results empower physicians to implement their preferred kidney-sparing strategies to potentially prevent permanent kidney damage or death.

Why is early identification of AKI important?

Dr. Peter McCullough discusses how early identification is fundamental for treating acute kidney injury. The NephroCheck Test can help inform certain adjustments to critical care management.