Your guide to the world for dialysis

Status of arteriovenous fistula

22-01-2013
The term fistula comes from Latin and in medicine in means a connection between two or more organs that has been formed as a result of pathological processes, iatrogenic artifacts or on purpose in a surgical procedure.
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Chronic renal failure and treatments

10-01-2013
Currently, every tenth Pole has a condition related to the excretory system, mostly kidneys. Every year, 6-10% of young people suffer from an infection of the urinary tract, while in the group of people over the age of 50 it afflicts 20% of the population. One of the most frequent and serious diseases of today’s civilisation – diabetes – pertains to over 2 million people nationwide.
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Peritoneal dialysis

02-01-2013
Peritoneal dialysis is a method that lets patients suffering from chronic renal failure survive. A treatment involving peritoneal dialyses is a solution that makes it possible to provide a renal replacement therapy using the abdominal cavity. To purify the blood of waste substances and excess water, contemporary medicine uses the peritoneal membrane lining the abdominal cavity on the inside.
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Haemodialysis

11-12-2012
Haemodialysis is a treatment method during which excess water and waste substances, which come mostly from the metabolism process, are removed from the patient’s blood. Dialyses are required by people suffering from renal failure – a disease of an organ that is a specific filtration system in human body.
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Dialysis- What dialysis really is?

24-07-2012
In medicine, dialysis (from Greek dialusis,"διάλυσις", meaning dissolution, dia, meaning through, and lysis, meaning loosening or splitting) is a process for removing waste and excess water from the blood, and is used primarily to
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