Renal and Transplantation Health Update – COVID 19 on Renal Medical Supplies

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the kidney community hard. Hospitals are reporting a shortage of dialysis machines, dialysis supplies, and the number of people on COVID-19 dialysis is increasing. We spoke with Dr. Sagar Nigvekar, Massachusetts Nephrologist, Research Associate Nephrologist at AKF Clinical Scientist, an emergency hospital that manages dialysis, serving existing dialysis patients infected with COVID-19 COVID-19, emergency dialysis patients. Kidneys, vital organs remove toxins, blood depends on the normal functioning of the blood flow. COVID-19 causes acute renal failure (AKI) in 25% of patients, it is COVID-19 that attacks the body of patients with inflammation of the kidneys, reduces blood flow in the kidneys.

It is important to note that patients with COVID-19 develop kidney problems, higher-risk complications, including death, have kidney problems. In patients with COVID-19, severe complications of kidney failure, the accumulation of toxins in the blood, the removal of healthy kidneys. Patients with COVID-19 Dialysis patients are continuing regular dialysis treatment. If a dialysis patient is hospitalized, will inpatient care survive? Patients on hospital dialysis for COVID-19 are receiving hospital dialysis.

Group management of dialysis patients with COVID-19 minimizes the prevalence of dialysis patients. We are closely monitoring dialysis patients who ensure dialysis face mask wear time. How is the hospital coping with the growing number of people needing dialysis?

“We have additional purchase orders from several suppliers that can’t perform,” says director of Purchasing for a large mid-west hospital. Decisions add additional stress to patients, healthcare professionals, doctors, nurses.

LAC Healthcare Solutions is a wholesale healthcare supplier working on mitigating the negative impact on the dialysis community due to shortages in supply. Our CEO, Gabriel Nieves, has stated, “As of right now, all of our efforts are directed towards opening up the options for healthcare organizations to access supplies during a crisis.” To learn more about how we are doing this, contact us or checkout our catalog.