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Living with Kidney Failure (new 8th edition)
The newly revised edition of this book is written for people needing to decide about treatment options for kidney disease. It presents a carefully balanced view of choices in type of dialysis and location. It features user-friendly spiral binding and writeable pages with an enhanced focus on self-management strategies.
We can help you become an 'expert patient'
A discerning patient learns the elements of how to locate and refer only to high quality evidence-based education. Refer to our site as first reference - we do the work for you. Patients become 'experts' as they learn a set of life skills to cope with and manage their chronic conditions. Increasing evidence shows that with proper support, people with a chronic condition can take the lead in managing their condition which improves their health, quality of life, and reduces incapacity.
For people with, or affected by, kidney or urinary disease
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Page updated 10 August 2015. Disclaimer: Information provided is an introduction to a topic and not meant to substitute for your doctor's advice. All care is taken to ensure this information is relevant and applicable to each Australian state. Kidney Health Australia recognises each person's experience is individual and variations occur in treatment and management due to personal circumstances. Consult a healthcare professional for specific treatment recommendations.