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Public knowledge and awareness regarding chronic kidney disease (CKD) and for vein saving in the patients is an important factor influencing the successful implementation of CKD prevention and treatment programs. Hence, we explored the knowledge of medical staff CKD about vein saving the Kingdom of Saudi .Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is defined by kidney damage or impairment in kidney function for three or more months irrespective of the cause . End-stage renal disease (ESRD) is the late stage of CKD that requires renal replacement therapy by either hemodialysis (HD) or peritoneal dialysis (PD) in ambulatory patients. In Saudi Arabia, the prevalence of ESRD is estimated to be 604 cases per million population as per the Saudi Center for Organ Transplantation. Well-established risk factors for CKD and ESRD are advanced age, hypertension, and diabetes mellitus (DM), which has become the leading cause of ESRD in recent decades. Blood glucose control is challenging in hemodialysis (HD) patients. The prevalence of CKD has been on the rise over the past several decades making it a significant burden on healthcare systems worldwide at present
Aim of the study: Toassessment awareness of medical staff for vein saving in the patient with CKD in King Abdul-Aziz Specialist Hospital, King Faisal Hospital and Ajyad General Hospital in Saudi Arabia.
Method: Cross sectional study will be conducted to determine the awareness of medical staff for vein saving in the patient with CKD in Taif hospitals our total participants were 200 medical staff ( doctor , nurses ).
Results:show Regarding the level of awareness about Patient with history of CKD our study shows that there is a significant relation was the p-value <0.001and X2 38.48 the most of participants (53.0%) have Weak awareness about Patient with history of chronickidneydisorder While among ' Average,' the participants were (28.0%) .
Conclusion :CKD is a growing problem in the KSA the prevalence in KSA the incidence of dialysis was 150 new cases per million populations this study evaluated the CKD knowledge among the medical staff for vein saving in the Saudi patient. Our study results highlight the need for conducting targeted educational activities among the medical staff for vein saving with lower educational and economic status