In the 3rd of a series of blogs Kidney Care UK Counsellor Dee Durham talks about dealing with your family in isolation.
Kidney Care UK news and updates
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Lack of reimbursement leaves home haemodialysis patients left out in the cold, according to new report
According to a Kidney Care UK report released today, one third of home dialysis patients are not receiving any reimbursement from their trusts and less than a third of trusts are reimbursing patients using the appropriate tariff. This is despite the fact that NHS trusts receive funds from NHS England to pay for reimbursements.
Kidney patient, campaigner, and advocate Maddy Warren talks about her experiences of self isolation during the coronavirus pandemic in the first of a two part blog
Today the Government completed the necessary final steps to make the Organ donation (deemed consent) act law.
What it’s like to be tested for Coronavirus and how you can help with real world research into covid19
In the 2nd of a series of blogs Kidney Care UK Counsellor Dee Durham explains what those of us who are experiencing isolation alone can do to cope
Some key points following the Government update on Sunday 10 May
New guidance for health professionals looking after people in hospital with COVID-19 who develop Acute Kidney Injury
The National Institute for Health and Social Care (NICE) has released some guidance for managing people at risk of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI), and for those who develop AKI.
The Chief Medical Officer has confirmed that renal dialysis patients should be advised to shield
Kidney Nurse and Professor of Kidney Care at London South Bank University, Nicola Thomas discusses how the main concerns facing dialysis patients are changing during the coronavirus epidemic.
Kidney Care UK response to critical national shortage of dialysis supplies for the treatment of Covid-19 patients in intensive care units (ICU) with acute kidney injury (AKI)