Point-of-care diagnostic device for kidney function monitoring.

  • Want to know your optimal kidney function?

NephroSense cares for you

Estimated glomerular filtration rate, or eGFR, is used to assess kidney function. It is based on how much creatinine is in the bloodstream. Calculate optimal serum creatinine value for you:



Do any of the following risk factors apply to you?

Do you test yourself regularly? If yes, for what metabolites?

If you test yourself, how often?



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How much time, cost and effort do you sacrifice just to visit the clinic?

How could regular screening within the comfort of your home help you monitor the progress of your condition?

Why wait until it is too late and you need to visit the hospital?

  • Screening is recommended for those with hypertension, history of cardiovascular and renal diseases, diabetes or obesity.

  • Diabetes gives rise to more than 30% of all kidney failure cases, causing insufficient filtration and diabetic nephropathy.

  • In case of advanced chronic kidney disease your specialist can predict the need for dialysis more precisely due to frequent testing.

Get diagnosed early, rapidly and often.

  • Feature 1


    Only a drop of your blood lends your kidneys a voice. Without requirement of additional chemicals, tools or an unnecessary trip to a health institution.

  • Feature 2


    Small and handy device accepts specially engineered microsensing chips. Precise measurement provides information about your renal health.

  • Feature 3


    Connection to a mobile device offers the possibility to analyze, store and track your result data over time or even share it with your general practitioner.

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Because kidney disease often has no symptoms, it can go undetected until it is very advanced. Early detection and treatment can slow or prevent the progression of kidney disease. Those at risk should have simple blood and urine tests to check if their kidneys are working properly. 

Chronic kidney disease may not cause symptoms until your kidney function has dropped to a very low level. Testing is vital to help your doctor know whether kidney disease has developed suddenly or as a long-term process.

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