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Medical experts partner max healthcare on kidney diseases

By Paul Adunwoke
03 April 2022   |   3:34 am
Clinical Director, St. Nicholas Hospitals, Lagos, Dr. Ebun Bamgboye, alongside other medical experts have called on government and other healthcare givers to partner Max Healthcare...

Clinical Director, St. Nicholas Hospitals, Lagos, Dr. Ebun Bamgboye, alongside other medical experts have called on government and other healthcare givers to partner Max Healthcare, India, for the treatment and management of kidney diseases in the country.

Making this call at this year’s World Kidney Diseases Eradication Day lecture in Lagos, experts from different field of medicine caution Nigerians to be mindful of what they eat and drink to avoid damaging their kidneys.

Identifying different causes of kidney disease, speakers urged concerned authorises and hospitals to partner organisations, well established healthcare givers like the Max Healthcare to create awareness of the disease, treat and manage it, saying this will help reduce the surge, especially as the cost of treatment is always high.

The experts urged members of the public to be free to donate their kidney, saying there are professionals that can handle the treatment without complications.

Max Healthcare representative in Nigeria, Pharm Saravanan Arimuthu, disclosed that the company is in the country to contribute to the wellbeing of the people, adding that apart from handling issues around the kidney, his company also undertakes heart operations, among other critical health matters.