TeachMeFinance.com - explain Hemodialysis
Hemodialysis The term 'Hemodialysis ' as it applies to the area of Medicare in the United States can be defined as ' A method of dialysis in which blood from a patient's body is circulated through an external device or machine and then returned to the patient's bloodstream. Such an artificial kidney machine is usually designed to remove fluids and metabolic end products from the bloodstream by placing the blood in contact with a semi-permeable membrane, which is bathed on one side by an appropriate chemical solution, referred to as dialysate'.
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