Inpatient Dialysis

What is dialysis, and is inpatient dialysis available?

Dialysis is a specialized treatment that is often recommended for patients who experience certain concerns with their kidneys. The kidneys are essential in removing the waste and fluids that accumulate in the body through urination, and when they are not functioning properly, they may require some assistance through a treatment known as dialysis. This treatment… Read More »

  • Posted on: Oct 15 2020

What is inpatient dialysis?

When kidney conditions occur, many patients are advised to start inpatient dialysis. The kidneys play an important role in removing the waste and extra fluid that can accumulate as it moves through the body. This is done through urination. However, if the kidneys are not functioning properly, this waste cannot be eliminated and the blood… Read More »

  • Posted on: May 30 2020

In-patient Dialysis

The benefits of inpatient dialysis

Patients who have experienced problems associated with their kidney may be faced with the reality of attending inpatient dialysis. Inpatient dialysis is a specialized treatment that needs to be cone regularly to maintain the function of the kidneys, which remove waste and fluid from the body. When the kidneys are failing or have been injured,… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jan 15 2020

What is inpatient dialysis?

When patients are diagnosed with a kidney condition such as kidney failure, they may need to undergo specialized procedures to ensure that their blood is filtered properly when the kidneys are no longer healthy enough to perform. This can be detrimental to a patient’s health and can result in death. This is because the kidneys… Read More »

  • Posted on: Oct 15 2019

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