DaVita is a leading provider of kidney care in the United States, delivering dialysis services and education to patients with chronic kidney failure and end stage renal disease. As of March 31, 2011, DaVita operated or provided administrative services at 1,642 dialysis facilities, serving approximately 128,000 patients. DaVita develops, participates in and donates to numerous programs dedicated to transforming communities and creating positive, sustainable change for children, families and our environment. DaVita — which is Italian for "giving life" — has more than 34,000 teammates (employees) around the nation working to provide superior patient care and exemplify the company’s Core Values.
Home dialysis is convenient and effective. Whether you are new to dialysis, thinking about switching dialysis treatments or just wondering if your current type of treatment could be done at home, there are different options available. Learn more about home dialysis treatments.
What is in-center hemodialysis? How does in-center hemodialysis work? You may be wondering some of these things when you're researching your treatment options. Get your questions answered and more in this in-center hemodialysis overview.
Whether you’re on hemodialysis (in-center traditional, in-center nocturnal or home) or peritoneal dialysis, your kidney-friendly eating plan is tailored to your needs. Your current body weight, age and other underlying conditions and lab results also play a role in what type of dialysis diet is prescribed for you. Similarities and differences Although many components of a dialysis diet (also called a kidney diet) are the same for people on hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis (PD), there are also differences. To some extent, your diet guidelines are determined by the kind of dialysis you choose.
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