The Renal Unit Open 24 Hours Statistics from the Kenya Renal Association estimates that 4 million Kenyans are suffering from kidney disease,and by the year 2030, the number will rise to 4.8 million. Moreover, between 2006 and 2018, the number of patients on chronic hemodialysis in both private and public hospitals grew eight times, from 300 to 2,400.It is with this in mind that
KUTRRH established the Renal Department. The department has 20 Renal Units. Highly skilled Renal Specialists and Renal Nurses offer treatment to patients who require dialysis. The center is presently able to carry out dialysis to 20 patients in a day. With renal dialysis being one of the core services offered by KUTRRH, the dialysis water treatment plant is key in the timely provision of care This new advanced plant delivers purified water that is used for renal dialysis treatment to remove salts and waste, maintain safe levels of chemicals in the patient’s blood, and maintain blood pressure. Given that the quality water used in dialysis has a direct impact on a patient’s health, the treatment plant ensures that the water meets strict quality control requirements.

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