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di·a·lyze

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

(dī′ă-līz)
To perform a dialysis or to undergo one.
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The proportion of patients dialyzing at home began to fall steadily with the implementation of almost universal entitlement to dialysis and transplantation with the Medicare End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) Program in the U.S.
Dialyzing at home gives me the freedom to work as a nurse and to accomplish many things that I have wanted to do.
No episodes of buttonhole site infections were reported in patients dialyzing in the home setting.
Over three decades of clinical data have now irrefutably confirmed that, compared with AV fistulae, patients dialyzing with synthetic grafts experience an alarming increase in the frequency of stenosis, thombosis, and infection--requiring a 2.4- to 7.1-fold higher frequency of salvage procedures (i.e., angioplasty, thombectomy, and surgical revision) (Allon & Robbin, 2002).
In this report, the percentage of incident and prevalent patients dialyzing with an AV fistula had increased to 35% (CMS, 2004).
Fistula First is a national program that encourages systematic evaluation of vascular access choices, with the goal of increasing the percentage of patients dialyzing with an AV fistula.
You will need to evaluate the selected treatment area to see whether it is suitable for dialyzing and handling emergency situations during your visit.
As quickly as you talk to the patient about the therapy, when you walk away, the staff person dialyzing the patient may be telling him or her that it's a bad idea: "Mrs.
* 91% of patients on dialysis for 6 months or more and dialyzing three times a week had a mean delivered adequacy dose of Kt/V [greater than or equal to] 1.2 (HD Adequacy CPM III)