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Dialysis Patients

When a hurricane or other disaster strikes, power to kidney dialysis patients may be without their normal scheduled dialysis until hospitals or renal centers have been restored. Therefore, dialysis patients will have to extend the life of their last treatment by watching their diets.

Below is a link to the Emergency Renal Diet Plan Published by the ESRD Network of Florida and sponsored by the Department of Health and Human Services under HCFA Contract #500-97-E025 as a resource for the professional renal community in Florida. You can contact them at the ESRD Network of Florida (Network 7) (813) 251-8686 or (800) 826-3773

  • ESRD Network Disaster Preparation
    On this website you may find valuable for the renal community in Florida. Check with your doctor first before using this or any other diet plan.

 

 

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