Learn About ADPKD

Learn about autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease from the world's leading medical experts in the web’s most comprehensive PKD library. View webinars, videos and discover the many educational opportunities we offer. You can also access important information based on your stage of PKD.

 

From free educational Webinars to Twitter updates and our most recent photos, the multimedia section was developed so you can connect with other PKD patients and learn from each other's experiences.

The PKD Foundation is committed to providing patients with the education they need to cope with PKD. Approved by our Scientific Advisory Board, the Resources section will answer some of your most specific questions about the disease. Take advantage of blogs, e-news and our organized A to Z guide.

How low should my blood pressure be?


Although there is some debate about this issue, as a rough rule, blood pressure should be about 130/80 or lower. The HALT PKD study may shed some light on this issue by comparing the effects of having a blood pressure at 130/80 versus 110/70.

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