Acute renal failure (AKF), or acute kidney injury (AKI), is a medical condition which can be highly detrimental to your health if left untreated. It is characterised by a sudden loss of kidney function, caused by factors such as dehydration or infection, and it’s important that you have medical travel insurance in place to cover this condition.
Being on holiday should be a time of relaxation and enjoyment, and that’s why Medical Travel Insurance can provide cover for those with pre-existing medical conditions like an acute kidney injury. Our policies provide a wide range of coverage to help protect you from the financial burden of emergency medical expenses abroad, including those associated with acute kidney failure.
In addition to providing coverage for emergency medical expenses, you will also have the benefit of protection for your belongings and travel delay. You can also select optional coverage for cruise, wintersports, or other activities you might do while away.
We know that travelling with a pre-existing medical condition like AKF can be worrying, especially if this is a recent issue. That’s why we provide varying and cost-effective cover for hundreds of medical conditions, so you can enjoy your holiday with peace of mind.
By conducting a medical screening, you can conveniently compare travel insurance options that cover pre-existing medical conditions. Just enter your travel information and complete the screening to receive a selection of suitable insurers and quotes.
Don't let the thought of falling ill due to your pre-existing kidney condition hold you back. With Medical Travel Insurance, you can get the cover you need and enjoy your holiday with peace of mind. Request a quote now and take the first step towards protecting yourself while away.
Our medical travel insurance team are ready to provide you with assistance regarding your quote. If you would prefer to talk to an advisor to receive a quote or have a query please contact our UK based customer service team. Find out details on our contact us page.