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  • "Appetite for life"

    Marek Lichota, a Polish patient living with short bowel syndrome, gets his quality of life back with parenteral nutrition.

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  • #wearebusy because our customers are

    The coronavirus pandemic is requiring everybody involved in the health care system and beyond to share expertise and work together. That is what we do. Let us all be busy in what we are good at, fighting the virus and flattening the curve.

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  • Joy of motherhood: Having a baby, even on dialysis

    Only a few women who receive dialysis treatment can have a baby. Estimates indicate less than a thousand cases in which a dialysis patient has given birth to a child—in the entire world. In B. Braun Renal Care Center in Orenburg, Russia, two patients in one center were able to become mothers while under the care of chief physician Dr. Alexander Seliutin. One of the patients, Olga G., tells us about her life, pregnancy and the birth of her baby.

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  • "We stay together - in good times and bad."

    Millions of people around the world are affected by urinary tract disorders and incontinence. Barb, the protagonist of our Annual Report, has experienced what that means for those affected and their families: she cared for her mother-in-law for many years.

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  • It's in your hands - prevent sepsis in health care

    Health care-associated infections, infections acquired during health care delivery, are common and are a risk factor for developing sepsis but we can prevent this. Effective hand hygiene plays a key role. On world hand hygiene day - 5 May, the focus for everyone should be on prevention of sepsis in health care.

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