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At our Kidney Center, we strive to get our patients back where they belong: home. And while the outcomes for our patients consistently meet or exceed national benchmarks, our work is far from done. Our commitment to continually raising the standard of care makes research and innovation a vital part of what we do.
We collaborate with other disciplines and institutions to share data, identify best practices and improve approaches to care. Our work transforms care for children with complex kidney diseases here in Colorado and all over the nation. Read about just a few of our efforts below.
Besides advancing treatment, our kidney care team leads the national effort to develop and implement practices that will lead to the best possible outcomes for our patients. And with 100% survival for transplant patients one year out from the operation — and zero transplant failures — our kidney care team posts some of the best outcomes anywhere.
Abbey Eldridge, pediatric renal dietitian, received a $70,000 grant to study bone disease in infants with chronic kidney disease. See a media story from Fox 31 Denver about the grant and our researchers’ work to standardized guidelines for treatment.
Learn more about our Kidney Program at Children's Colorado.
After Adrian's failed kidney transplant and a severe immune reaction, his chances of future transplantation were almost impossible. Desensitization was his last hope.