Hard Water Syndrome | definition of Hard Water Syndrome by Medical dictionary
Hard Water Syndrome
A clinical complex seen when ‘hard’ water—which contains high levels of iron, calcium and magnesium—is used during haemodialysis, resulting in post-dialysis nausea, vomiting, asthenia, and/or hypertension
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