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Baxter Healthcare launches My Kidney Journey portal in APAC

New data highlighted that remote patient management digital health help improve clinical outcomes.

Baxter Asia Pacific announced the launch of My Kidney Journey on 16 November. It is a comprehensive online portal to support patients living with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region.

The company developed My Kidney Journey to provide information on CKD, such as symptoms, causes, and stages. It also aims to provide balanced, up-to-date information on multiple treatment options to manage CKD, such as home haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis, in-centre dialysis care, and kidney transplants. It offers support to patients, families, and caregivers by providing insights on ways to live well on dialysis, including coping with the emotional difficulties involving diagnosis and treatment demands.

"Baxter is committed to improving the care and quality of life for patients with CKD through our continued innovations and other home-based renal replacement therapies and services, which have proven to be advantageous, especially during the pandemic," said APAC president Andrew Frye.

My Kidney Journey APAC is now available to patients and the general public in 10 countries and nine different languages.

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