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Holidays during covid-19?

Mobilizing chronically ill people to increase functionality in their lives, to include voyeuristic activities and not to be afraid of their clinical condition , are key components for dealing with anxiety and possible depressive symptoms.

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Basic nutritional principles in chronic kidney disease

The kidneys are the body’s natural “filter” seeing as they help remove toxins and excess water from our blood.

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The Art of Communication

Is communication a kind of "art"? Communication is a keystone of society. Communication is the exchange of opinions, feelings, ideas and thoughts between two or more people. Communication is the process of exchanging information between two or more members for whom information makes sense. The role of communication between nurse and patient is important and crucial.

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Dialysis: debunking the myths, learning the facts

Your doctor has suggested that you undergo dialysis. What you need to keep in mind is that this is the continuation of a treatment. It IS a treatment; a treatment that will allow you to continue living your life. Hemodialysis is surrounded by many myths that confuse and disorient patients and their families. Let’s start by taking a look at these myths:

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Dialysis and Holidays: How Can We Achieve Both?

A patient with Chronic Kidney Disease may need dialysis, but that doesn't mean he can't go on vacation. Discover a new kind of tourism!

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Cancer treatment: How does it affect the kidneys?

What might be the risks of chemotherapy in relation to the kidneys? Is it possible that the medication lead to kidney failure?

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