A Day with Darby
- Camp Okawehna...June 8-14, 2013This is a 60 second introduction to Camp Okawehna. Register now for Camp Okawehna 2013, June 8-14th.
- Camp Okawehna TestimoniesThis is a 5 minute and 40 second video that allows the children and volunteers at Camp Okawehna to speak about kidney disease and the importance of Camp Okawehna.
- DarbyThis is a 10 minute video that introduces pediatric dialysis. The informative video is hosted by a cute Border Collie named Darby.
- Anemia Bone Disease and CKDThis is a 3 minute and 34 second video describing health complications, anemia and bone disease, that are associated with chronic kidney disease. The video includes real patient perspectives.
- Diabetes and CKDThis is a 3 minute 29 second video that discusses one of the largest causes of kidney failure, diabetes. The video includes a patient perspective. It also addresses steps to take to control diabetes.
- Hypertension and CKDThis is a 4 minute 49 second video that explains the silent killer, high blood pressure (hypertension). Patients share their perspective. Nephrologists share advice for controlling blood pressure.
- Living Well with CKDThis is a 3 minute 31 second video that discusses ways for people with chronic kidney disease to take control of their health. Medical professionals offer practical advice for living well with chronic kidney disease.
- Treatment Options for Kidney FailureThis is a 5 minute 31 second video that explains treatment options for kidney failure. Patients share their experiences. Medical professionals describe hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis (PD), and a transplant.
- What is CKDThis is a 4 minute 14 second video that describes the role of the kidneys, tests for kidney function, and kidney disease. Patients share their experiences. Medical professionals offer practical advice to prevent the progression of chronic kidney disease leading to kidney failure.
- What's In Your BucketThis is a 27 minute video for DCI employees. DCI was founded in 1971, before Medicare payments were available to cover the cost of dialysis treatments. During that time, in order purchase supplies and cover the cost of treatment, many of our nurses and doctors would stand at roadblocks with KFC buckets in hand to collect donations. These dedicated professionals did everything they could to provide the life saving treatment (dialysis) to patients. Today, we have the benefit of Medicare to pay for many of the dialysis treatments. However, we still ask our team, "What's in your bucket?" What are you doing to help patients? Are we drawing from buckets filled with kindness? Are we filling the buckets of others with hope?
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