Dialysis is a medical treatment that is used to replace the function of the kidneys in people with kidney failure. The treatment involves filtering the blood to remove waste products and excess fluids that would normally be removed by healthy kidneys. Dialysis is typically done several times a week, and each session can last for several hours.

Why choose Green City Hospital for Dialysis?

Green City Hospital is one of the best places to get medical care. For people with kidney failure, we offer cutting-edge dialysis treatment. Our Green City Hospital has the most up-to-date dialysis equipment and technology to make sure that treatment is safe and effective and also has a team of experienced nephrologists, nurses, and technicians who provide personalised care to each patient with a range of services, including kidney transplant evaluation, medication management, and nutrition counselling.

 Types of Dialysis:

There are two main types of dialysis:

Haemodialysis: This type of dialysis involves using a machine to filter the blood outside of the body. A catheter or fistula is used to access the blood vessels, and the blood is filtered through a dialysis machine before being returned to the body.

Peritoneal Dialysis: This type of dialysis involves using the lining of the abdomen (peritoneum) as a filter. A catheter is inserted into the abdomen, and a special fluid is introduced to draw waste products and excess fluids from the blood.

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