Interview transcript “I’m really encouraged by the holistic approach that the CDI is taking to transform the entire experience and not just fix just one little piece of it … I’m the most excited about how we can really make
CDI was strongly featured in an article from Nature about how artificial kidneys and miniaturized dialysis could save millions of lives. Download A PDF Version of the article.
While a kidney transplant is the most exciting way to treat kidney failure, for the 661,000 Americans with kidney failure, approximately 468,000 survive using conventional dialysis machines. This may holdover patients until they can move up the transplant list, or
Seattle-based nonprofit Northwest Kidney Centers is investing $1.2 million to revolutionize treatment technology for patients waiting for kidney transplants with the creation of the Center for Dialysis Innovation