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World Kidney Day - Raising awareness for Chronic Kidney Disease

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Standing up for kidney health

On the 7th of March, Fresenius Medical Care Malaysia organised an awareness event to celebrate World Kidney Day (13th of March). The event aimed to highlight the prevalence, risks and preventive measures of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) to the public. By showing their dedication the team handed out free water bottles sharing the message of “Start the day with a glass of water” – the theme behind this year’s World Kidney Day initiative. 

World Kidney Day - Why you should get involved!

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Kidney disease is impacting an increasing number of Malaysians each year and is currently a growing world health issue. There are however several easy ways to reduce the risk of kidney disease. On World Kidney Day we call on everyone to check if they are at risk of kidney disease and encourage preventative behaviours.

ERA-EDTA supports healthcare professionals in developing countries

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Discounted membership fees and educational materials for indigent regions

A special offer from ERA-EDTA (European Renal Association-European Dialysis and Transplant Association) and HINARI (Health InterNetwork Access to Research Initiative) supports access to relevant information for healthcare professionals from developing countries.

Watch Shahrul's Story: A future to look forward to

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A young man's inspiring story about living a fulfilled life on dialysis


This video is about Shahrul - a young, active dialysis patient who learnt how to live a successful professional and private life whilst on dialysis.
Here is his story.

 

Scientific News

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A new study provides insights into the cost of peritoneal dialysis versus haemodialysis across the world including Malaysia

While peritoneal dialysis (PD) has a number of advantages, including the possibility of it being offered in remote locations, it remains an underused modality in most parts of the world. Here we report results from a global analysis demonstrating that PD offers improved or at least similar cost-effectiveness to haemodialysis (HD) in the majority of countries.1