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Life-saving therapy for the patient well-being

To achieve the highest possible quality in renal care and the best possible patient outcomes, we believe that an integrated, holistic approach that encompasses the entire care process is absolutely essential. This approach allows us to continuously monitor, analyze and refine each aspect of what it takes to make that process successful in every respect. The expertise we are continually gathering lets us know how we can most effectively work together with different healthcare partners in different markets to make renal care as good as it can be. In line with our core beliefs, we strictly observe current standards and support their continued development, cooperating with healthcare systems and medical communities in countries around the world. 


General news for professionals

  • Inactivity particularly damaging for hemodialysis patients

    Being physically active is beneficial for everyone, but for hemodialysis patients it is a particularly important issue, say French researchers (Souweine JS et al, Physical inactivity and protein energy wasting play independent roles in muscle weakness in maintenance haemodialysis patients.

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  • Superior vena cava stenosis in tunneled cuffed catheters

    There are two issues with superior vena cava (SVC) stenosis in patients with hemodialysis (HD) catheters: First, it may be a life-threatening complication, and second, there are currently no data available on prevalence and risk factors in HD patients.

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