Registry of Kidney Diseases
The Registry of Kidney Diseases (ROKD) is a clinical quality registry which collects data from patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) across a spectrum of renal specific diseases (RSDs). The primary objective of the ROKD is to identify patients at earlier stages of CKD, monitor the course of their disease progression, and assess the quality of care provided to these patients in their medical management.
The registry aims to:
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Benefits of participation – the aim of the Registry of Kidney Diseases (ROKD) is to improve the quality of care provided to people diagnosed with chronic kidney disease (CKD). Information from the registry will be used to monitor care provided, including treatment, complications and outcomes of care. The registry will help doctors and nurses to provide best possible care to CKD patients and also to identify any gaps that exist in service provision.
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