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Hemodialysis is a sophisticated filtering process that acts as a stand-in for the kidneys, purifying the blood by sifting out waste and excess fluid, thus helping the body maintain a healthy balance despite kidney inefficiency Hemodialysis is like a special cleaning service for the blood, where a machine helps remove the waste and extra water from your body when your kidneys are too tired or sick to do it themselves.


Why Hemodialysis

Hemodialysis is necessary when a person's kidneys are unable to effectively filter waste products and excess fluids from their blood. There are several reasons why hemodialysis might be needed:

  • Kidney Failure: In cases of chronic kidney disease or acute kidney injury, the kidneys lose their ability to remove waste and regulate fluid balance in the body.

  • Toxins Accumulation: Without functioning kidneys, harmful waste products and toxins can build up in the blood, which can be life-threatening.

  • Fluid Control: Hemodialysis helps control fluid levels in the body, preventing fluid overload, swelling, and high blood pressure.

  • Electrolyte Balance: It also helps maintain the proper balance of essential minerals and electrolytes in the blood.

  • Treatment of Kidney Diseases: Hemodialysis can be a long-term treatment for people with end-stage kidney disease who are awaiting a kidney transplant or for those who are not suitable candidates for transplantation.

Hemodialysis is a life-saving medical procedure that mimics the kidney's filtration function and is crucial for maintaining a person's overall health and well-being when their natural kidney function is compromised.

Benefits of Home Hemodialysis

Reduces hospital costs as well as saving time, effort and cost of transporting of dialysis patients.
Potentially reduces mortality at high-risk patients moving to and from dialysis units.
Reduces left ventricular mass and the risk of contagious infections
Fewer symptoms of depression in patients.
Reduces patient admissions to hospital.
Reduces medications and improves nutritional Status.
Short recovery time post-dialysis.
Improved energy, appetite, sleep, mental health, physical performance, and quality of life.
Increased Independence and allows patients to have more control over their treatment schedule.