What is dialysis?
Dialysis is an artificial method of cleansing the blood, this process is adopted when a patient’s kidney / kidney / kidney does not work properly. When the kidney does not work properly, such as creatinine and urea, the toxic substances do not get out of the body! When the human body grows of toxic substances, it is necessary to have dialysis to save life.
Commonly used as dialysis for kidney when functioning kidney decreases by 80-90% and the formation of urine is too low to be stored in the body of toxins , swelling, fatigue, nausea, vomiting and breathlessness like symptoms Seems to be visible! At such times, general medical management means that the medicine becomes insufficient and the patient needs to start dialysis. Kidney dialysis is also called hemodialysis ! There are two kidneys in the human body, when both kidneys fail, only then hemodialysis is done!
Dialysis is done in patients with kidney failure, the decision to dialysis depends on many factors like –
- Kidney injury
- Intoxication and poison
- Uremia, pericarditis, encephalopathy
- Electrolyte – Hyperkalemia
- Galomerular Filtration Rate (GFR) – less than 15 mL / min