Expect a Serum Creatinine Bump When Starting an ACEI or ARB in Kidney Disease

Questions often come up about how to safely use ACEIs or ARBs in patients with chronic kidney disease.

We know these meds slow the progression of kidney disease.

But blocking angiotensin can reduce kidney filtration...and sometimes lead to a bump in serum creatinine (SCr) and potassium.

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