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What Is Dialysis?
Dialysis is a procedure that we perform routinely for patients suffering from acute or chronic kidney (renal) failure, or who have end stage renal disease (ESRD).
What Happens During Dialysis?
Normally, the kidneys are responsible for removing waste substances and fluid from the blood. If you have kidney failure, your kidneys can no longer perform their function. Dialysis takes over the job of your kidneys, removing waste and fluid.
We may also use dialysis if you have been exposed to or ingested toxic substances, in order to prevent renal failure from occurring.
Types of Dialysis
There are two types of dialysis: peritoneal and hemodialysis. Learn more about the types of dialysis.
We offer advanced dialysis procedures, including peritoneal dialysis and hemodialysis, for patients with kidney failure or end stage renal disease.
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