The purpose of this study is to determine how insulin levels in the blood affect the way the kidneys eliminate phosphate into the urine in people with type 2 diabetes that have either normal or moderately reduced kidney function.
Queen’s-KRU (Kidney Research Unit)
Kingston Health Sciences Centre – Kingston General Hospital site
76 Stuart Street
Compensation is $50 for 1 visit.
Co-Principal Investigators: Dr. Rachel Holden and Dr. Christine White, Queen’s University/Kingston Health Science Centre – Kingston General Hospital site.
Co-investigators: Aysha Draves, M.Sc. (Candidate), Queen’s University, Dr. Robyn Houlden and Dr. Jocelyn Garland, Queen’s University/Kingston Health Sciences Centre – Kingston General Hospital site, and Dr. Michael A. Adams, Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, Queen’s University.
Main Contact: Corinne Babiolakis
You will not benefit directly from this study; however results from this study may improve the understanding of how insulin affects phosphate excretion and may benefit people in the future.
If you decide to take part in this study, you will be asked to visit the hospital for one visit. The test will take approximately 5 hours to complete.
The visit includes:
Please email the researcher using the contact researcher button below to set up your appointment.
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