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Dialysis Clinic Inc. marks 17 years of service - Montrose Daily Press PDF Print
Dialysis Clinic Inc. marks 17 years of service

Dialysis Clinic Inc. marks 17 years of service

The new DCI Dialysis Center is hosting an open house Thursday.

 

Posted: Wednesday, August 5, 2015 2:00 am

Dialysis Clinic Inc. is hosting an open house at its new facility located at 846 South 5th St. from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 6, as it celebrates 17 years of service to the city of Montrose.

The general public is invited to tour the facility, enjoy refreshments and participate in the ribbon cutting ceremony.

“DCI has a long-standing relationship with the community. We’re delighted to be able to offer our dialysis patients a new building that we believe will improve the patient experience,” said Dorothy Frantz, RN, nurse manager for DCI.

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Recent research into the dialysis market (hemodialysis peritoneal dialysis ... - WhaTech PDF Print

Recent research into the dialysis market (hemodialysis & peritoneal dialysis) global forecast to 2018 just published

The global dialysis market is broadly categorized into two segments, namely, hemodialysis (products & services) and peritoneal dialysis (products & services). The hemodialysis segment accounts for the larger share of the global market, while the peritoneal dialysis segment is expected to grow at a higher CAGR in the forecast period.

The Report on Global Dialysis Market studies relevant segments, region application, forecast CAGR growth, driving market factors, treatment advancements, key players, government initiatives, and it’s rooting in products and services over to 2018 period.

The hemodialysis (HD) products and services market includes machines, consumables, and services. The peritoneal dialysis (PD) products and services market includes concentrates/dialysates, cyclers, catheters, transfer sets, accessories, and PD services.

Moreover, the global market has also been classified on the basis of end users into in-center dialysis and home dialysis. The hemodialysis market is further segmented into center use HD and home HD.

The peritoneal dialysis market is segmented into continuous cycling peritoneal dialysis (CCPD), continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD), intermittent PD, and PD Plus therapy. The in-center dialysis end users market includes hospitals and independent dialysis centers; whereas, the home dialysis end users market includes peritoneal dialysis end users and home hemodialysis end users.

Based on geography, the market is divided into North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, and Rest of the World (RoW).

A number of factors such as the growing number of end stage renal disease patients and increasing prevalence of diabetes and hypertension are driving the growth of the dialysis market. In addition, factors such as low preference of patients for kidney transplantation, technological advancements, increase in private investment and venture funding to support the development of new products, and substantial government healthcare and medical expenditure on the treatment of end-stage renal disease are further stimulating the growth of the dialysis products and services market.

However, factors such as low awareness about kidney diseases and their treatment modalities (primarily in developing countries), reduction in Medicare reimbursements to dialysis centers, product recalls, and reuse of hemodialysis consumables (such as dialyzers and bloodlines) are restraining the growth of the dialysis market.

In 2013, North America holds the largest share in the global market, followed by Asia-Pacific, Europe, and RoW (Rest of the World). The Asia-Pacific region (comprising Japan, China, South Korea, India, and Rest of Asia-Pacific) is estimated to grow at the highest CAGR in the forecast period.

Factors such as the increasing number of independent dialysis centers, government initiatives to develop dialysis facilities, and increasing awareness about new dialysis treatment modalities are driving the growth of the market in the Asia-Pacific region.

The major players in the market include Fresno's Medical Care AG & Co. KGaA (Germany), DaVita Healthcare Partners, Inc. (U.S.), Gambro AB (Sweden), Baxter International, Inc. (U.S.), B. Braun Melsungen AG (Germany), Nipro Corporation (Japan), Diaverum Deutschland GmbH (Germany), Medical Components, Inc. (U.S.), Nikkiso Co. Ltd. (Japan), and NxStage Medical, Inc. (U.S.).

Complete Report is available @

http://www.jsbmarketresearch.com/healthcare-medical/r-Dialysis-Market-Global-Forecast-to-2018-101526

Scope of the Report

This research report categorizes the global market into the following segments and sub-segments:

Global Hemodialysis Market, By Products and Services

Hemodialysis Services
In-center Hemodialysis services
Home Hemodialysis Services
Hemodialysis Products
Hemodialysis Machines
Center Use Hemodialysis Machines
Home Use Hemodialysis Machines
Hemodialysis Consumables/supplies
Dialyzers
Hemodialysis Access Products
Hemodialysis Bloodlines
Hemodialysis Concentrates/dialysates
Others
Global Peritoneal Dialysis Market, By Products and Services
Peritoneal Dialysis Products
Peritoneal Dialysis Concentrates/dialysates
Peritoneal Dialysis Machines
Peritoneal Dialysis Catheters
Peritoneal Dialysis Transfer Sets
Other
Peritoneal Dialysis Services
Global Dialysis Market, By Category
Hemodialysis
Center Use Hemodialysis
Home Hemodialysis
Peritoneal Dialysis
Continuous Cycling Peritoneal Dialysis (CCPD)
Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis (CAPD)
Intermittent PD (IPD)
PD Plus Therapy
Global Dialysis Market, By End Users
In-center Dialysis
Hospitals
Independent Dialysis Centers
Home Dialysis
Peritoneal Dialysis
Home Hemodialysis
Global Dialysis Market, by Geography
North America
Asia-Pacific
Europe
RoW (Rest of the World)

Table Of Contents

1 Introduction (Page No. - 26)

1.1 Key Take-Aways
1.2 Report Description
1.3 Markets Covered
1.4 Stakeholders
1.5 Market Scope
1.6 Research Methodology

2 Executive Summary (Page No. - 37)

3 Market Overview (Page No. - 41)

3.1 Introduction
3.2 Evolution
3.3 Market Segmentation
3.3.1 Hemodialysis Market By Products & Services
3.3.2 Peritoneal Dialysis Market By Products & Services
3.3.3 Dialysis Market By Category

4 Industry Analysis (Page No. - 67)
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Supply Chain Analysis
4.3 Pricing And Cost Analysis

7 Global Dialysis Market, By Category (Page No. - 142)
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Hemodialysis Market
7.2.1 Center Use Hemodialysis Market
7.2.2 Home Hemodialysis Market 

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Officals, board talk dialysis - International Falls Journal PDF Print

Staffing in the consultant’s business plan includes a doctor, director of nurses, home nurse and technician, the minutes said. Fritzch also said there is a push for legislation to allow doctors to use telemedicine to cover required dialysis patient care which helps in recruiting a physician to cover rural and more areas. But, this is not yet allowed in Minnesota, the minutes said.

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Police search for suspects who robbed dialysis patient - WTTV CBS4Indy PDF Print

INDIANAPOLIS (August 4, 2015) – Indianapolis Metropolitan Police are looking for two suspects who broke into a west side home, then robbed a man who had just finished dialysis treatment.

Jaime Lopez, 52, told police he had spent the early part of Monday receiving dialysis treatment at a local hospital.  He was still feeling weakened from the treatment as he walked up toward the steps of his back door in the 2400 block of Goodlet Avenue.  Suddenly, he was greeted by a masked man running out his door.

“I guess they heard his footsteps,” said Lopez’s nephew, Uribe Lopez.  “And that’s when one of them came out running with a gun.”

“No one expects to come home in broad daylight and be confronted with two armed individuals with masks and gloves on,” said IMPD Lt. Richard Riddle.

Lopez says the suspect held him at gunpoint and forced him to sit on a bench and stare at the wall of the house while the second suspect continued ransacking the house inside.

“To me, it would have made me feel like my life was over,” Uribe Lopez said.

After several minutes, the two suspects ran off carrying cash, electronics and about $10,000 worth of gold jewelry.  Every room in the house had been rifled through, with beds overturned and clothing and other items tossed about.  Jaime Lopez, who only speaks Spanish, then called his nephew about the incident.

“They were smart,” Uribe Lopez said.  “They took all the gold and left the things that wasn’t gold.”

Members of the Lopez family don’t know if the suspects knew the house would be empty when they broke in.  It’s possible that they saw Jaime leave for the hospital around 6am.  Family members are thankful the break-in happened while Jaime was away.

“If he would have been here they might have hurt him,” Uribe Lopez said.

The family also says a storage facility next door to the house was broken into last week.  They suspect the same people may have been involved in both incidents.

“We don’t want individuals thinking they can prey on anybody in the neighborhoods,” Riddle said.  “Especially people who may not speak English and be able to properly alert authorities.  That’s a concern of ours.”

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Dialysis patient robbed after arriving home from treatment - Fox 59 PDF Print

INDIANAPOLIS (Aug. 4, 2015) – Indianapolis Metropolitan Police are looking for two suspects who broke into a west side home, then robbed a man who had just finished dialysis treatment.

Jaime Lopez, 52, told police he had spent the early part of Monday receiving dialysis treatment at a local hospital.  He was still feeling weakened from the treatment as he walked up toward the steps of his back door in the 2400 block of Goodlet Avenue.  Suddenly, he was approached by a masked man running out his door.

“I guess they heard his footsteps,” said Lopez’s nephew, Uribe Lopez.  “And that’s when one of them came out running with a gun.”

“No one expects to come home in broad daylight and be confronted with two armed individuals with masks and gloves on,” said IMPD Lt. Richard Riddle.

Lopez says the suspect held him at gunpoint and forced him to sit on a bench and stare at the wall of the house, while the second suspect continued ransacking the house inside.

“To me, it would have made me feel like my life was over,” Uribe Lopez said.

After several minutes, the two suspects ran off carrying cash, electronics and about $10,000 worth of gold jewelry.  Every room in the house had been rifled through, with beds overturned and clothing and other items tossed about.  Jaime Lopez, who only speaks Spanish, then called his nephew about the incident.

“They were smart,” Uribe Lopez said.  “They took all the gold and left the things that wasn’t gold.”

Members of the Lopez family don’t know if the suspects knew the house would be empty when they broke in.  It’s possible that they saw Jaime leave for the hospital around 6 a.m.  Family members are thankful the break-in happened while Jaime was away.

“If he would have been here they might have hurt him,” Uribe Lopez said.

The family also says a storage facility next door to the house was broken into last week.  They suspect the same people may have been involved in both incidents.

“We don’t want individuals thinking they can prey on anybody in the neighborhoods,” Riddle said.  “Especially people who may not speak English and be able to properly alert authorities.  That’s a concern of ours.”

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