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The risks of fractures, vascular events and death rise with increasing baseline PTH levels, with the probability of vascular events and death being lowest at 69 and 59 pg/mL (7.3 and 6.3 pmol/L), respectively.8

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PTH LEVELS INDEPENDENTLY PREDICT FRACTURES, VASCULAR EVENTS AND DEATH IN STAGE 3 AND 4 CKD PATIENTS8

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CKD: chronic kidney disease; PTH: parathyroid hormone.