dialyze


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di·a·lyze

(dī'ă-līz),
To perform dialysis; to separate a substance from a solution by means of dialysis.

dialyze

(dī′ə-līz′)
tr. & intr.v. dia·lyzed, dia·lyzing, dia·lyzes
To subject to or undergo dialysis.

di′a·lyz′a·bil′i·ty n.
di′a·lyz′a·ble adj.

dialyze

(dī′ă-līz)
To perform a dialysis or to undergo one.
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We expect that collaborating with such an exceptional team will provide dialysis patients with generations of products that will offer them a new level of ease of use and flexibility to help them meet their goal to dialyze at home.
Whether you dialyze in-center, at home or with peritoneal dialysis, you should locate a dialysis center in the city you are visiting.
I dialyze seven to eight hours per night, or between 49 and 56 hours per week and, over the course of a year, might take five to eight nights off.
But, with a little bit of ingenuity and a lot of help, you can dialyze 63 patients reasonably well without a supply of water in the "DIALYSIS UNIT".
The Liberty Cycler is easy and safe enough for patients to administer their own treatments and dialyze while they sleep.
When patients dialyze at home, they have greater flexibility to manage their daily schedules, leaving more time for family, careers and the demands of everyday life.
Additionally, there is a Home Hemodialysis and Peritoneal (CCPD/CAPD) Training room to teach patients how to dialyze themselves in the comfort of their own home, using advanced portable dialysis technology.
This convenient access to bedside dialysis is important to the quality of residents' lives since it allows us to dialyze them up to five to six times a week to maintain steadier blood clearance.
Patients with end-stage renal failure need to dialyze three times per week.
Patients who dialyze six times each week require significantly lower doses of erythropoietin (EPO) to maintain healthy hemoglobin levels when compared to patients who dialyze every other day.
Patients with ESRD who dialyze at home benefit from improved quality of life, reduced mortality, and morbidity while reducing the associated high cost of in-hospital or in-clinic patient care.