Explore options for treating Chronic Kidney Disease and find the treatment path that’s right for you.
A form of dialysis that uses the lining of your abdomen, the peritoneal membrane, to clean your blood inside your own body, and can be performed at home.
A form of dialysis that filters your blood using a machine and a synthetic membrane – called a dialyser – performed at a hospital or dialysis clinic, at a scheduled time, by a nurse or clinician.
A form of dialysis that filters your blood using a machine and a synthetic membrane – called a dialyser – and can be performed in your own home.
A kidney transplant may be a treatment option for some patients, while supportive care without dialysis might be suitable for others.
Industry-leading researchers and practitioners offer unique and wide-ranging points of view on the latest developments in acute renal care.
Learn ways to stay physically and mentally strong throughout your treatment journey.
Adopting the right eating habits will help you feel your best throughout treatment.
Coping the emotional challenges of your condition may allow you to channel them into positive action.
Discussing your condition with loved ones may make adjusting to life with Chronic Kidney Disease easier.
Maintaining intimacy is still possible with Chronic Kidney Disease, and talking about any issues you’re experiencing may help.
Being active can go a long way toward helping you stay physically and mentally healthy throughout your treatment journey.
With the help of certain arrangements, you can stay mobile and travel while you’re being treated.