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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The level of QOL of surveyed patients in dialyze centers participating in the survey are substantially lower than those dialyzed in Children Health Center in Warsaw.
We can bring patients to a common area to dialyze, but each patient has to have his own machine for his exclusive use, which drives up equipment costs.
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".
I dialyze at night five-and-a-half hours each time, five times a week.
Our patients so often dialyze just to live, but would we not want to do just the opposite and live to dialyze?
This would keep her with her family and enable her to dialyze at home for a fraction of the cost.
Currently, 137 patients dialyze three times a week utilizing buttonholes, with 2088.
There are waiting lists for patients to dialyze at more convenient times.