Fresenius Kidney Care Dialysis Centers

Fresenius Kidney Care Dialysis Centers

Beginning dialysis is a big step, and patients are sure to have a lot of questions about how it will affect their lifestyle, family life and work. We understand that choosing the right dialysis center will be one of the most important decisions you will have to make.

Globally, Fresenius Medical Care has a network of more than 4,000 dialysis centers, serving more than 340,000 patients. In Asia Pacific, we serve more than 30,000 patients every year across our approximately 400 dialysis centers.

Wherever you are, you can expect high standards of care that fits with your needs and addresses both the physical and emotional aspects of living with kidney disease.

A focus on quality standards

Fresenius Kidney Care centers are assessed against stringent quality and healthcare standards, in addition to strict clinical processes, assuring safe and high-quality care for our patients. Increasingly, our clinics throughout Asia Pacific are applying for and successfully achieving accreditation with prestigious external parties to ensure continued excellence.

Advanced technologies and therapies to deliver better treatment outcomes

Fresenius Medical Care is the world’s largest provider of products and services for individuals with renal disease and has a long history in the research and development of new therapies, as well as manufacturing of high-quality dialysis products.

As the dialysis care services division of Fresenius Medical Care, Fresenius Kidney Care is able to tap into this rich history and wide-ranging expertise to provide kidney replacement therapy options using advanced dialysis machines and consumables, together with outstanding dialysis care across our network of clinics in Asia Pacific. 

Hemodialysis therapies

Hemodialysis is the most common treatment option used in most of our dialysis centers. Please talk to your doctor about the treatment options available and which best suits your needs.

Many of our centers offer two different types of hemodialysis:

Standard Hemodialysis (HD)

Hemodialysis is a procedure in which blood is taken out of the body by a dialysis machine and passed through a dialyzer. The dialyzer cleans the waste products along with the removal of extra water and then returns the blood to the body.

High Volume Hemodiafiltration (HDF)

In hemodiafiltration (HDF), excess fluid and waste products are removed from the patient's body through diffusion and convection. A pressure gradient is applied, causing water to move quickly through the highly permeable membrane, 'dragging' many dissolved substances along, including large molecules that standard HD does not clear. High Volume HDF is increasingly recognized as a more advanced dialysis therapy. As the name suggests, High Volume HDF achieves high substitution volumes. High pressure is introduced within the dialyzer, enabling the removal of large amounts of fluid from the blood. The fluid is then replaced by sterile fluid made by the hemodialysis machine. High Volume HDF allows better removal of waste products from the blood, which may contribute to improved survival for patients compared with those receiving standard HD [1][2].

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Fluid and nutrition monitoring

To further facilitate the quality of dialysis and clinical management of patients, many Fresenius Kidney Care centers* use a non-invasive, easy and objective measuring device that can assist physicians in the convenient assessment of clinically relevant patient parameters. This can help to determine the amount of fluid in the body, as well as providing an assessment of muscle and fat mass. Keeping these in check will help direct treatment adjustments that are tailored to individual patient needs to ensure an optimal therapy.

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myCompanion – treatment information at your fingertips

The myCompanion patient app is a service developed for patients in Fresenius Kidney Care dialysis centers*. With myCompanion, patients get the chance to look at personal therapy data – directly from the center’s reliable database, EuCliD. With treatment data, as well as medication and monthly lab results visible, you can keep track and take a more active role in your treatment. Everything is available on your phone, so it can be easily shared with family and friends too.

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Holiday dialysis - a gateway to the world

Many Fresenius Kidney Care centers offer holiday dialysis, enabling patients the freedom to travel with the peace of mind that they can still receive the quality of dialysis care they expect and need. The ultimate aim is always to help patients lead more active and fulfilled lives.

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A range of amenities, offered with you in mind

We strive to ensure a positive experience for everyone who visits our centers. Across our network of clinics in Asia Pacific we offer a quiet and safe environment designed to provide dialysis treatments that are as comfortable as possible. We offer a range of different services from free wireless internet and high-definition TV, to comfortable dialysis chairs and beds.

Given our extensive footprint of centers in Asia Pacific, the exact range of services on offer may vary between centers.

Click here to find out more about the services offered at your closest Fresenius Kidney Care center.

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* Available in selected countries and dialysis centers only. Contact us to find out more.

1: Peters SA, Bots ML, Canaud B, Davenport A, Grooteman MP, Kircelli F, Locatelli F, Maduell F, Morena M, Nube MJ, Ok E, Torres F, Woodward M, Blankestijn PJ; HDF Pooling Project Investigators: Haemodiafiltration and mortality in end-stage kidney disease patients: A pooled individual participant data analysis from four randomized controlled trials. Nephrol Dial Transplant 31: 978–984, 2016

2: Nistor I, Palmer SC, Craig JC, Saglimbene V, Vecchio M, Covic A, Strippoli GF: Haemodiafiltration, haemofiltration and haemodialysis for end-stage kidney disease. Cochrane Database Syst Rev (5): CD006258, 2015