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Fresenius Medical Care reaches over 6600 children, parents and carers in Asia Pacific with the launch of its superhero kidney health initiative

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To mark World Kidney Day on 9th March 2017, Fresenius Medical Care launched a brand new Asia-Pacific-wide Corporate Social Responsibility initiative through a series of public awareness events reaching 6600 children, parents and carers — as well as media, key renal health partners and government.

Kidney health education with a superhero

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Fresenius Medical Care launches Asia Pacific-wide Corporate Social Responsibility initiative on World Kidney Day

Fresenius Medical Care, the world’s leading provider of dialysis products and services, launches an Asia-Pacific-wide Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative during annual World Kidney Day celebrations.

Fresenius Medical Care Sets Clinical Standards in Singapore

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Fresenius Medical Care – THE RENAL COMPANY and world's leading provider of dialysis products and services has set new clinical standards in Singapore.

As of June 2015, its three clinics, Fresenius Medical Care Napier Dialysis Clinic, Fresenius Medical Care Tanglin Dialysis Clinic and ARC Mount Elizabeth Dialysis Clinic, became the first private dialysis clinics in Singapore to achieve international accreditation by the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards International (ACHSI).

Renal replacement therapy variables linked to country’s socioeconomic status

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Latest analysis of MONDO data

While the number of patients receiving renal replacement therapy has increased worldwide, patient characteristics and dialysis practices vary widely between countries1.

The Advanced Renal Education Program in Singapore

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Opportunity for nurses to achieve excellence in peritoneal dialysis

Following the highly-successful Advanced Renal Education Program (AREP) in 2014, Fresenius Medical Care Singapore is once again extending the invitation for renal care nurses to receive in-depth peritoneal dialysis education.