Why I dialyze at home
As many families of dialysis patients will tell you, dialysis affects more than just the kidney patient. And especially when a dialysis patient is a teenager, their caregiver, who is often a parent, plays an even greater role. During this webinar, Nazar Mokrushin, a 15-year-old kidney disease patient, and his mother, Nadia Mokrushin, will share their experience with dialysis, and specifically how home hemodialysis has helped them take back control of their lives.
In the United States, home dialysis is used less often compared to in-center dialysis, even though many doctors agree that home options can improve health and quality of life for some patients.
In the case of Nazar and Nadia, home hemodialysis offers the flexibility, privacy, and sense of hope they need in their fight against kidney disease.
Join this webinar to hear more about the journeys of:
- Nazar, a young dialysis patient, who has found that home hemodialysis gives him more freedom and control in his life.
- Nadia, his caregiver, who has worked with her son to find a dialysis treatment option that fits best for them.