Renal Data from the Arab World Dialysis in Kuwait: 2013-2019.

Renal Data from the Arab World Dialysis in Kuwait: 2013-2019. Saudi J Kidney Dis Transpl. 2020 Jul-Aug;31(4):826-830 Authors: AlSahow A, AlHelal B, Alyousef A, AlQallaf A, Marzouq A, Nawar H, Fanous G, Abdelaty M, Bahbahani Y, AlRajab H, AlTerkait A, Ali H Abstract The total number of end-stage kidney disease patients treated with dialysis in 2019 in Kuwait was 2230, with a 6% increase from the year before. Dialysis prevalence was 465 per million population (PMP) and dialysis incidence was100 PMP. Kuwaiti nationals represented 70% of the dialysis population and males represented 52%. Of the same population, 59% had diabetes. Hepatitis C virus affected
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