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The Charlotte National Kidney Foundation Kidney Walk Supporters

Hundreds of walkers gathered on a muggy Saturday morning in Charlotte, NC, sporting kidney disease awareness t-shirts and following behind a giant plush ‘Sidney the Kidney’ mascot. Among this crowd, more than 150 employees of Fresenius Medical Care North America (FMCNA) volunteered to participate and raise money for the National Kidney Foundation.

How Transitional Care Units Support New Dialysis Patients

Fresenius Kidney Care developed Transitional Care Units to support new dialysis patients and help them learn about their treatment options.

Why the J.D. Power Certification for Outstanding Customer Service Matters

A Q&A with Veronica Stephens, VP of Customer & Technical Services on what winning the J.D. Power award for Outstanding Customer Service means.

Humacyte Sends Human Acellular Vessels to Ukraine for Aid

Humacyte, has committed to supplying Ukrainian surgeons with human acellular vessels (HAVs) to help them treat vascular trauma for soldiers and civilians.

New Distribution Center Supports Growth of Home Dialysis

FMC celebrated a new distribution center in Knoxville, Tenn., helping ensure the timely delivery of solution to home dialysis patients across the country.
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Rising Global Temperatures Pose Risk for ESRD Patients | FMCNA

Sweltering heat and rising average temperatures around the globe are posing serious health risks for people living with kidney failure, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Maryland School of Public Health and the Renal Research Institute.

Texas Legislature Supports Emergency Preparedness in Renal Care

Texas Legislature Senate Bill (SB) 1876, offers support to dialysis providers during times of disasters where treatment continuity for patients is threatened.

Prolonged Intermittent Kidney Replacement Therapy in the ICU

Prolonged Intermittent Kidney Replacement Therapy (PIKRT) is a hybrid dialysis treatment shown to be effective treating kidney failure patients in the ICU.