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kidney machine

kid·ney ma·chine

(kid'nē mă-shēn')
Colloquialism for dialyzer.
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Supply eight (8) artificial kidney machine hemofiltration, hemodiafiltration and online methods to meet the needs of the Nephrology Clinic, and technical support-maintenance services until the completion of these ten (10) years from the start of their operation.
Blood is pumped by a kidney machine from your body through a filter attached to the side of the machine.
She said: 'If they hadn't found me a good match I'd have been tied to the kidney machine for the rest of my life.
The Nuts and Bolts of Life: Willem Kolff and the Invention of the Kidney Machine.
In 1956, the company pioneered hemodialysis with the introduction of the first widely available artificial kidney machine.
The first artificial kidney machine was developed in the early 1940s in Holland.
Two years later, in the same hospital, Kolff demonstrated that his artificial kidney machine could temporarily substitute for the human kidney.
If there is only one kidney machine available, is the use of it being given to young people at the expense of the elderly?
Hemodialysis requires that the patient be connected to an artificial kidney machine three times per week, for approximately four hours per session.
I use four artificial limbs and dialyze on a kidney machine an average of three times a week.
Hemodialysis is the process of removing waste and excess fluid from the blood utilizing an artificial kidney machine.
supplies and materials for artificial kidney machine dialog - b.