This means people spend most of their time traveling to or in treatment. The 12% of patients who opt for home dialysis, are still confined to their homes for hours every day. Using these data, iRen’s team identified the need for a significant disruption of traditional treatments.
1 out of 10 people in the world experience kidney disease/failure and the most common treatment modality is in-clinic hemodialysis (88% of patients)
iRen’s cutting-edge innovation is safe, patient-friendly and portable.
In addition to liberating patients, it also enables clinics to optimize their economic model and improve the quality of their service while lowering costs.
This creates the optimal, world’s first 360° platform for people with kidney disease and caregivers alike.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 827984.