Kidney diseases can encompass a wide range of conditions including chronic kidney disease (CKD), acute kidney injury (AKI), kidney stones, infections, and more. This situation is not different in our country, Kenya.Statistics from the Kenya Renal Association estimate that 4 million Kenyans are suffering from kidney disease and by the year 2030, this number will rise to 4.8 million.It is therefore of paramount importance that all efforts be put in place to mitigate renal challenges.Aware of its role in furthering Universal Health Care, KUTRRH on 25th August 2023 launched 20 dialysis machines which were purchased by the Government of Kenya
KUTRRH Launches Advanced Endoscopy Tower
Kenyatta University Teaching, Referral & Research Hospital (KUTRRH) today unveiled an advanced endoscopy tower. The advanced endoscopy tower is a transformative addition to KUTRRH’s medical capabilities. In her remarks during the unveiling ceremony, KUTRRH Board Chairperson noted that the state-of-the-art equipment’s acquisition was made possible by the government through the Ministry of Health in collaboration with valued partners, including Fuji and Science Scope. From her observation, this will enable KUTRRH to offer critical procedures previously limited in availability.
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