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REDCOP

2014 Updates

VISION

TO BE THE LEAD OFFICE IN THE PREVENTION AND CONTROL

OF KIDNEY DISEASES AND END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE

(ESRD) THROUGH A COMPREHENSIVE PUBLIC HEALTH

PROGRAM AND AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO RENAL

DISEASE MANAGEMENT

MISSION

TO ABLY REDUCE THE MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY FROM

KIDNEY DISEASES AND END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE

THROUGH A STRONG ADVOCACY CAMPAIGN, EXTENSIVE

INFORMATION DRIVE, TRAINING AND PUBLIC EDUCATION,

RESEARCH, SERVICE AND QUALITY ASSURANCE

WITH REDUCED MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY FROM KIDNEY DISEASES AND END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE. GOAL HEALTHY AND EMPOWERED FILIPINOS BY THE YEAR 2015. IN A SOCIETY WITH AN ESTABLISHED AND MODERN HEALTH SYSTEM THAT CAN EFFICIENTLY AND EFFECTIVELY ADDRESS CURRENT AND EMERGING PROBLEMS .

Components of REDCOP RESEARCH TRAINING POLICY ADVOCACY SERVICE QUALITY ASSURANCE .

Conduct research  Document the incidence and prevalence of kidney diseases and end-stage renal disease  To determine the leading causes of kidney disease and ESRD  To formulate evidence-based plans and information for public consumption .

urology and related specialties To coordinate and cooperate with the respective sub-specialty societies for resources on these training programs To source funds for such training activities . Training Conduct training for health workers on basic and essential knowledge on nephrology.

management and referral of cases To formulate guidelines and protocols at different levels of kidney disease prevention for use of these health facilities and workers . Guidelines and protocols To assist public health facilities and health workers on the timely diagnosis.

Assist government on renal health policies Share knowledge and information on kidney disease to: Assist government policy and law-makers Make appropriate recommendations to the government’s health insurance system .

Advocacy To educate and increase the awareness of the public on renal disease prevention To participate and support other programs and agencies involved in renal disease prevention and control To encourage other programs and agencies to join REDCOP in its objectives .

Apr. Components of REDCOP QUALITY ASSURANCE  New Facilities: Letter of Intent DOH Central Office  Certificate of Compliance:  Timely submission and completeness of the PRDR forms  Collection of PRDR (HD/PD): 1st week of 1st month of quarter (Jan. Oct)  PHIC requirement . Jul.

Region V 2014 Updates The following slides will show how Region V compares with the rest of the country This should help health facilities and workers in the region on how to prioritize their health plans and strategies .

7 47 83 143 229 184 94 31 1 819 VIII . 3 10 14 18 41 41 13 2 . 227 X .472 3.451 2.972 IV-A 1 24 113 189 332 557 473 225 56 5 1.395 . 8 58 78 154 271 218 99 22 1 909 XII . 2012 AGE REGION 1-10 11-20 21-30 31-40 41-50 51-60 61-70 71-80 81-90 >90 TOTAL CAR 3 5 31 40 63 83 64 35 23 3 350 CARAGA . 2014 Updates Frequency of New Dialysis Patients according to Region and Age (years).975 IV-B . 1 4 6 18 17 18 10 .811 3. 2 21 38 90 156 120 61 7 . . 466 NCR 30 93 324 471 725 1114 957 477 180 16 4. 5 5 16 43 75 61 18 4 . 499 VI . 1 9 16 23 36 45 24 5 .301 1. 142 I . 16 47 58 127 165 153 83 29 1 679 II 1 13 29 66 105 117 93 55 11 4 494 III 1 22 115 198 324 511 474 255 71 1 1. 74 V 1 7 34 46 86 135 116 61 13 . 10 37 71 126 182 181 116 24 1 748 VII .659 485 33 14. 495 XI . 159 IX .387 TOTAL 37 224 922 1. 7 38 61 95 122 103 33 7 .

036 51 42 207 41 3. . 19 5 348 CARAG 77 30 29 6 .Frequency of New Hemodialysis Patients according to Primary Renal Disease.972 IV-A 931 285 476 56 14 152 61 1. . 33 1 405 VI 329 129 230 6 1 51 2 748 VII 341 129 238 14 10 78 9 819 VIII 89 19 16 10 1 16 8 159 IX 108 31 59 1 4 22 2 227 X 260 62 87 37 2 19 28 495 XI 393 131 290 16 6 60 10 906 XII 178 116 86 8 20 55 3 466 NCR 1.634 323 131 907 211 13.975 IV-B 50 6 13 2 1 1 1 74 V 162 83 110 16 . 2013 PRIMARY RENAL DISEASE REGION DM CGN HPN CPN ADPKD OTH UNK TOTAL CAR 130 34 122 38 .637 . 142 A I 317 95 205 19 6 33 4 679 II 166 99 171 8 8 40 2 494 III 943 357 466 35 16 121 34 1.728 TOTAL 6.743 608 1.214 3.217 2.

912 13. . .613 3. 2013 HEMODIALYSIS PERITONEAL DIALYSIS REGION MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL CAR 202 146 348 2 . 0 IV-A 1. 0 V 244 161 405 58 36 94 VI 439 309 748 .637 491 267 758 . 0 X 273 222 495 . .115 1.728 429 230 659 TOTAL 7.Frequency of New Dialysis Patients according to Gender and Mode of Dialysis per Region. . 0 VIII 83 76 159 .147 828 1. . 0 I 375 304 679 .972 . 0 VII 459 360 819 . 0 III 1. 0 IX 133 94 227 .030 942 1. . . . .975 . 0 NCR 2. . 2 CARAGA 81 61 142 . 0 IV-B 41 33 74 . 0 II 301 193 494 . . 0 XI 529 377 906 2 1 3 XII 273 193 466 .725 5. .

95 0.59 4.31 2.71 2.Frequency of New Hemodialysis Patients according to Co-morbidity per Region.54 0.637.29 11. N=13.49 56.78 1.52 .73 3.93 0.42 1. 2013 CO-MORBIDITY * REGIO N STROK DM HPN IHD CHF PTB COPD COL GOUT MAL NONE OTH E CAR 140 204 11 6 0 1 3 3 6 11 43 7 CARAG 82 80 6 7 0 0 2 2 4 0 14 6 A I 348 467 45 26 7 5 12 9 21 6 54 8 II 182 287 2 2 3 4 5 2 15 2 76 8 III 1001 884 59 30 17 12 43 15 63 19 311 20 IV-A 986 934 114 38 17 19 40 10 86 19 276 33 IV-B 57 37 5 8 2 0 3 0 1 0 1 3 V 173 220 8 5 5 2 5 5 16 3 47 8 VI 343 470 55 10 8 3 12 4 21 10 58 19 VII 377 453 13 28 7 7 9 6 22 13 99 30 VIII 98 80 7 2 0 0 3 0 7 2 16 7 IX 113 140 3 11 2 3 5 2 10 1 12 4 X 280 333 52 10 8 7 4 2 23 4 29 8 XI 450 532 48 23 8 13 15 9 41 16 87 30 XII 194 265 30 18 5 10 17 1 39 3 52 6 NCR 1925 2331 184 123 41 21 85 30 91 67 368 146 TOTAL 6749 7717 642 347 130 107 263 100 466 176 1543 343 % 49.

0 VII 459 360 819 .147 828 1. . . . 0 X 273 222 495 .728 429 230 659 TOTAL 7.972 . 0 I 375 304 679 . 0 IX 133 94 227 . . 0 XI 529 377 906 2 1 3 XII 273 193 466 . . 0 NCR 2. 0 V 244 161 405 58 36 94 VI 439 309 748 . . . . . 2013 HEMODIALYSIS PERITONEAL DIALYSIS REGION MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL CAR 202 146 348 2 . 0 II 301 193 494 .030 942 1.613 3. 0 III 1. .637 491 267 758 .Frequency of New Dialysis Patients according to Gender and Mode of Dialysis per Region. 2 CARAGA 81 61 142 . 0 VIII 83 76 159 . 0 IV-B 41 33 74 .115 1.912 13. .975 . 0 IV-A 1.725 5. .

53 0.66 2. N=758.Frequency of New Peritoneal Dialysis Patients according to Co-morbidity per Region.19 39.79 99.87 % . 2013 REGIO CO-MORBIDITY * N STRO DM HPN IHD CHF PTB COPD COL GOUT MAL NONE OTH KE 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 CAR 35 66 6 8 3 1 2 0 7 0 6 93 V 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 XI 205 234 16 15 1 4 2 5 12 1 235 659 NCR 244 302 23 25 4 5 5 5 19 1 241 757 TOTAL 32.66 0.84 3.13 31.51 0.66 0.03 3.30 0.

. .634 323 131 907 211 13.637 .743 608 1.975 IV-B 50 6 13 2 1 1 1 74 V 162 83 110 16 . 33 1 405 VI 329 129 230 6 1 51 2 748 VII 341 129 238 14 10 78 9 819 VIII 89 19 16 10 1 16 8 159 IX 108 31 59 1 4 22 2 227 X 260 62 87 37 2 19 28 495 XI 393 131 290 16 6 60 10 906 XII 178 116 86 8 20 55 3 466 NCR 1. 142 I 317 95 205 19 6 33 4 679 II 166 99 171 8 8 40 2 494 III 943 357 466 35 16 121 34 1.217 2.214 3. 2013 PRIMARY RENAL DISEASE REGION DM CGN HPN CPN ADPKD OTH UNK TOTAL CAR 130 34 122 38 .Frequency of New Hemodialysis Patients according to Primary Renal Disease. 19 5 348 CARAGA 77 30 29 6 .036 51 42 207 41 3.728 TOTAL 6.972 IV-A 931 285 476 56 14 152 61 1.

679 II 252 . 1. 819 VIII 166 . 1. 105 121 ‐ 121 142 .395 . 495 XI 642 2 644 746 10 756 906 3 909 XII 295 . 166 219 ‐ 219 159 . Frequency of New Dialysis Patients according to Region and Mode of Dialysis.2013 2011 2012 2013 PERITO REGION HEMODIA NEAL PERITON PERITON HEMODIALY HEMODIALY TOTAL EAL TOTAL EAL TOTAL LYSIS DIALYSI SIS SIS DIALYSIS DIALYSIS S CAR 231 . 748 VII 584 1 585 719 1 720 819 . 170 178 ‐ 178 227 .807 3728 659 4. 227 X 339 1 340 398 ‐ 398 495 . 295 367 3 370 466 . 494 III 1375 2 1377 1. 74 V 290 78 368 320 104 424 405 94 499 VI 590 2 592 616 5 621 748 . 2012 .485 1975 .289 518 3.975 IV-B 68 . 466 NCR 3202 362 3564 3.Table 13.637 758 14.387 TOTAL 10043 448 10491 11. 252 337 ‐ 337 494 .757 12 1. 477 573 ‐ 573 679 . 159 IX 170 . 142 I 477 .465 657 12. 68 86 ‐ 86 74 .972 IV-A 1257 . 231 256 2 258 348 2 350 CARAGA 105 .122 13.769 1972 . 1257 1.483 2 1.

Region V 2014 Updates DIALYSIS CENTER Bicol Regional Training & Teaching Hospital Estevez Memorial Hosp. ALBAY Tabaco Kidney Care and Dialysis Center Our Lady of Perpetual Dialysis and Diagnostic Center Tanchuling Hospital TOTAL . – Bicol Hemodialysis Center Nephrology Center of Bicol Inc.

Region V 2014 Updates DIALYSIS CENTER Bicol Medical Center Dr. Maria Josefa Foundation Hospital . Nilo Roa Memorial Foundation Hospital CAMARINES SUR Mother Seton Hospital Naga Hemodialysis Center NICC Sta.

Peter and Paul Dr. Region V 2014 Updates DIALYSIS CENTER Sorsogon MMG Dialysis Unit SORSOGON Sts. Fernando B. Duran. Memorial Hospital Gubat? . Sr.

Region V 2014 Updates Masbate ? Catanduanes Juan M. Alberto District Hospital .

Chronic Glomerulonephritis . Camarines Sur has the highest incidence of ESRD (2012) The 3 most common causes of kidney failure in Region V are: 1. Region V Summary Region V is the 9th highest incidence if ESRD outside of the National Capital Region Of the provinces in Region V. Hypertensive Nephrosclerosis 3. Diabetic Nephropathy 2.

000 per month .000 Filipinos per year for our current 97+ million population Kidney failure ranks as the 7th leading cause of death Only 2/3 of patients who develop kidney failure will undergo hemodialysis.2 M and need maintenance meds for a lifetime costing P20-30. Patients who do not dialyze die In contrast.000 to 1. of which only 15% will live beyond 1 year. transplant patients have over 95% 1 year survival Patients who dialyze spend around P40.000 per month. Importance of CKD as a health concern Incidence of CKD V (ESRD) is over 120/million or about 12. Patients who get a transplant spend P800.

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ORGAN DONATION PROGRAM “ORGAN DONATION ACT OF 1991” Authorizing the legacy or donation of all or part of a human body after death for specified purposes. .

WHAT ORGANS ARE APPROPRIATE FOR DONATION? Organs that can be donated are Heart Liver Kidneys Lungs Pancreas Corneas intestines .

WHAT ARE THE CRITERIA FOR BECOMING AN ORGAN DONOR? Organs can be donated only after a person has been declared brain dead while his vital organs are being maintained on a breathing machine Organ donors can be anyone including newborns up to age 75 .

Although these are both considered legal documents. permission must be given by his family/next of kin He may also sign a donor card or express his intentions in his driver’s license. his family’s permission for donation must still be obtained . HOW DOES ONE BECOME A CADAVER ORGAN DONOR? The prospective organ donor should tell his family his wishes and in the event of his death.

his family will be offered the option of organ donation. His next of kin will grant the permission for donation List of next of kin in ascending order (with the top most ranked highest) Spouse Adult son or daughter Either parent Adult brother or sister Grandparent Legal guardian Medical examiner . WHO IS CONSIDERED HIS NEXT OF KIN? After brain death is determined.

. REDCOP Let us make kidney disease one of our top priority health concerns Join REDCOP and support its activities and cushion the impact of this dreaded disease.

REDCOP International Kidney Day April Kidney Month Celebration June Theme (2014): A Healthy Lifestyle Makes Your Kidneys Smile .

THANK YOU! ..