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World Kidney Day
The International Federation of Kidney Foundations (IFKF) and the International Society of Nephrology (ISN) have joined forces to create World Kidney Day (WKD), a worldwide initiative that aims to increase public awareness of the significance of kidney health and to lessen the incidence and effects of kidney disease and its related health issues. To assist spread awareness of kidney illness, hundreds of organizations and individuals conduct activities and events each year on World Kidney Day.
About World Kidney Day
The goal of World Renal Day is to increase public awareness of the value of healthy kidneys and to lessen the incidence and effects of kidney disease and related health issues around the world. Every second Thursday in March is World Kidney Day. On this day, many people and organizations all around the world organize various events aimed at increasing public awareness of kidney illness.
Theme of World Kidney Day
The year 2023 will be dedicated to "Kidney Health for All - Preparing for the Unexpected, Supporting the Vulnerable!" according to the World Kidney Day Steering Committee. The goal of the 2023 campaign is to increase public awareness of
catastrophic occurrences, whether they are natural or man-made, global or local, and how they affect persons with kidney disease whose access to necessary diagnostic procedures, treatments, and care is hampered.
History of World Kidney Day
World Kidney Day (WKD) is a day dedicated to raising awareness about kidney health and working to lessen the incidence and effects of kidney disease and related health issues around the world.
Every year on the second Thursday in March, World Kidney Day is honored. 66 nations marked this date as the beginning of the holiday in 2006. This number increased to 88 in just two years. WKD is a collaborative endeavor of the International Federation of Kidney Foundations (IFKF) and the International Society of Nephrology (ISN) (IFKF). Although many kidney problems are curable, the purpose of this holiday was to increase public awareness of them because they are a secondary source of medical concern for the majority of people.
Significance of World Kidney Day
The goal of World Renal Day is to increase public awareness of the value of healthy kidneys and to lessen the incidence and effects of kidney disease and related health issues around the world. Every second Thursday in March is World Kidney Day.
Facts about World Kidney Day
• Make people aware of our "wonderful kidneys" Stress the importance of diabetes and high blood pressure as major causes of chronic kidney disease (CKD).
• Encourage regular CKD screenings for all patients with diabetes and high blood pressure.
• Promote protective habits.
• Inform all medical professionals of their critical role in CKD detection and risk reduction, especially in high-risk patients.
• In order to control the CKD epidemic, emphasize the critical role that local and national health authorities play. All countries are urged to act and spend money on additional kidney screening on World Kidney Day.
• Encourage organ donation as lifesaving practice and transplantation as the best treatment option for renal failure.
Major Issues with kidney health
Today, it is estimated that 850 million individuals worldwide suffer from renal disease from a variety of sources. The sixth leading cause of death in chronic kidney disease (CKD), which is on the rise. Globally, it is estimated that 1.7 million individuals pass away each year as a result of acute kidney damage (AKI).
Inequity and disparities in renal health persist despite the rising burden of kidney illnesses globally. Transplantation requires highly skilled teams, the availability of organ donors, and dialysis backup in order to function. It also involves substantial infrastructure setup expenses. In many nations, the lack of adequate physical and legal infrastructure, as well as cultural stigmas against organ donation, forces dialysis as the only viable option.