World Kidney Day 2021

Baxter Healthcare, a global leader in dialysis care, announced today its support for World Kidney Day 2021 “Living Well with Kidney Disease”. Over two million people worldwide receive treatment with Dialysis or a Kidney Transplant, according to the World Kidney Day organisation. The “Living Well with Kidney Disease” campaign sets out to increase education and awareness about effective symptom management and patient empowerment, with the ultimate goal of encouraging meaningful participation in every-day life.

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ISPOR Paper

Visit Improving Healthcare Decisions (ISPOR) website to read the full paper:
https://www.ispor.org/heor-resources/presentations-database/presentation/asia2020-3264/104152

Patient perspectives

As a global leader in renal care innovation, we are proud to honour our patients, and their families and healthcare professionals, during World Kidney Day and every day.

We are committed to advocating and innovating for their access to care, so they can live well with kidney disease.

Patient Perspectives

We invite clinicians to learn more about living well with kidney disease through some of our amazing patients on Baxter Professional.

In-conversation to support World Kidney Day

In support of the World Kidney Day organisation and “Living Well with Kidney Disease”, Baxter International Vice President and Asia Pacific President, Mr Andrew Frye, joined Dr. Behram Ali Khan, Director of Interventional Nephrology at NUH, Asst Prof at NUS and Medical Director at NKF, to launch a new in-conversation video campaign to raise awareness of kidney disease management and the empowerment of million of patients on dialysis globally.

“Baxter is proud to support the World Kidney Day organisation and our shared commitment to helping patients live well with kidney disease,” Mr Frye said.

Dr. Behram Ali Khan said: “Keeping patients safe takes a community approach between healthcare professionals, policy makers, advocates and industry partners."

Watch the in-conversation video of Mr Andrew Frye and Dr Behram Ali Khan on Baxter Professional.

Dr. Behram Ali Khan