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    Title: Kidney Health and Care: Current Status, Challenges, and Developments
    Authors: 陸行;陳政輝
    Luh, Hsing;Lin, Ming-Yen;Chiu, Yi-Wen;Lin, Yu-Hsuan;Kang, Yihuang;Wu, Ping-Hsun;Chen, Jeng-Huei;Hwang, Shang-Jyh
    Contributors: 應數系
    Keywords: kidney care;healthcare system;digital health;health equity;sustainability
    Date: 2023-04
    Issue Date: 2023-12-13 14:16:25 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The concept of chronic kidney disease (CKD) originated in the 2000s, and an estimated 850 million patients are currently suffering from health threats from different degrees of CKD. However, it is unclear whether the existing CKD care systems are optimal for improving patient prognosis and outcomes, so this review summarizes the burden, existing care models, effectiveness, challenges, and developments of CKD care. Even under the general care principles, there are still significant gaps in our understanding of the causes of CKD, prevention or care resources, and care burdens between countries worldwide. Receiving care from multidisciplinary teams rather than only a nephrologist shows potential profits in comprehensive and preferable outcomes. In addition, we propose a novel CKD care structure that combines modern technologies, biosensors, longitudinal data visualization, machine learning algorithms, and mobile care. The novel care structure could simultaneously change the care process, significantly reduce human contact, and make the vulnerable population less likely to be exposed to infectious diseases such as COVID-19. The information offered should be beneficial, allowing us to rethink future CKD care models and applications to reach the goals of health equality and sustainability.
    Relation: Journal of Personalized Medicine, Vol.13, No.5, 702
    Data Type: article
    DOI 連結: https://doi.org/10.3390/jpm13050702
    DOI: 10.3390/jpm13050702
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