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NEW 8TH EDITION - LIVING WITH KIDNEY FAILURE
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It can be a life-changing experience to be told by your doctor that your kidneys are not working properly, and in the future you may need dialysis or a kidney transplant to stay alive. “Living with Kidney Failure: Your Extensive Guide” is designed to be a practical resource for people diagnosed with kidney disease, and is regarded as the basic bible of kidney information written in Australia for Australians.
This newly revised 8th edition of “Living with Kidney Failure” is pitched at people needing to decide about the treatment options for kidney disease, and presents a carefully balanced view of the choices in type of dialysis and location. The new edition has adopted user-friendly spiral binding and writeable pages, and has an enhanced focus on self-management strategies.
In the words of Mr Evan Eggins (The Chair, Kidney Health Australia National Consumer Council; CAPD, 31 year transplant, haemodialysis)
“This Guide takes you through the whole kidney journey covering the treatment options for kidney disease, all types of dialysis and how transplants work with their waiting list. It also has many real life examples of patient’s stories where you will find an example very close to your own circumstances. This helps you even more to understand the real world of your possible treatment(s). As a fellow kidney patient I commend this Guide to you, as the information it contains will help you better understand your condition and treatment options, as well as improve your well-being and health outcomes.”
Cost $15 each * Bulk orders (over 10) are $12 each (request 8th edition)
Our special Resource Order Form should be used to order this new edition and kidney health resources
(fill out form online and save completed Order Form to print and fax to 08 8334 7540)
You may also be interested in our range of our Kidney Health Resources - including language translations.
Overseas orders not available - download from our sites.
Call our Kidney Health Information Service on 1800 454 363
or email KHIS@kidney.org.au if you have any questions
Supported by unrestricted educational grant from AMGEN Australasia and Commonwealth Chronic Disease Prevention and Service Improvement Flexible Fund
Page updated 26 November 2014 Disclaimer: This is intended as a general introduction to this topic and is not meant to substitute for your doctor's or health professional's advice. All care is taken to ensure the information is relevant and applicable to each Australian state. It should be noted Kidney Health Australia recognises each person's experience is individual and variations do occur in treatment and management due to personal circumstances. Should you require further info always consult your doctor or health professional.