• Use of the accountability for reasonableness approach to improve fairness in accessing dialysis in a middle- income country 

      Moosa, Mohammed Rafique; Maree, Jonathan David; Chirehwa, Maxwell T.; Benatar, Solomon R. (Public Library of Science, 2016)
      Universal access to renal replacement therapy is beyond the economic capability of most low and middle-income countries due to large patient numbers and the high recurrent cost of treating end stage kidney disease. In ...
    • A renal registry for Africa : first steps 

      Davids, M. Razeen; Eastwood, John B.; Selwood, Neville H.; Arogundade, Fatiu A.; Ashuntantang, Gloria; Gharbi, Mohammed Benghanem; Jarraya, Faical; MacPhee, Iain A. M.; McCulloch, Mignon; Plange-Rhule, Jacob; Swanepoel, Charles R.; Adu, Dwomoa (Oxford University Press European Renal Association, 2016)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: There is a dearth of data on end-stage renal disease (ESRD) in Africa. Several national renal registries have been established but have not been sustainable because of resource limitations. The African ...
    • An effective approach to chronic kidney disease in South Africa 

      Moosa, Mohammed Rafique; Meyers, Anthony M.; Gottlich, Errol; Naicker, Sarala (Health & Medical Publishing Group, 2016)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: Very few patients with end-stage kidney disease in South Africa receive renal replacement treatment (RRT), despite the rapidly growing demand, because of resource constraints. Nephrologists who agonise ...