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Although dialysis presents kidney failure patients a lot of side effects or various fatal complications, it is still the most commonly used treatment. Therefore having a through knowledge about dialysis before start is necessary.

When Should Dialysis Start

When Should Dialysis Start

Dialysis is an important kidney replacement therapy to help discharge metabolic wastes and harmful substances out of the body and purify the blood. Why people need to take dialysis? Under normal circumstances, the kidneys have the functions...Read More

Potential Complications of Dialysis

Potential Complications of Dialysis

Long-term application of dialysis presents various complications which may become the final cause of patients death. Therefore, for people who are undergoing dialysis or are looking to dialysis, learning dialysis complications and correspon...Read More

What will Happen if I Stop Kidney Dialysis

What will Happen if I Stop Kidney Dialysis

Dialysis is one important renal replacement therapy for treating end stage renal disease, however long term dialysis will cause a series of complications and side effects, for example hypotension is one common one and nearly all kidney pati...Read More

Will Hemodialysis Cause Muscle Cramp

Will Hemodialysis Cause Muscle Cramp

We all know that long term hemodialysis will cause many side effects and complications. Muscle cramp usually occurs in the latter stage of hemodialysis. Once muscle cramp occurs, the first step is to find out the cause and then take proper...Read More

Can I Stop Dialysis Once I Start

Can I Stop Dialysis Once I Start

Can I stop dialysis once start? This is one of the most commonly concerned topics for kidney failure patients. Dialysis as of now is the most popular treatment for kidney failure, but it is not a perfect dialysis, as long-term taking of dia...Read More

Indicators of Dialysis in Kidney Failure

Indicators of Dialysis in Kidney Failure

In dialysis the patients blood will flow into dialyzer and water and metabolic wastes such as urea, creatinine, guanidines and other toxins will pass through the dialysis membrane and enter the dialyzate while blood cell, while cell and pro...Read More

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