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Dialysis, Hemodialysis


Hemodialysis is a medical treatment that uses a machine called a dialyzer to remove waste products, excess fluids, and toxins from the blood when the kidneys are no longer able to perform this function adequately. It is a type of dialysis that involves connecting the patient's bloodstream to the dialyzer through a vascular access point, allowing the blood to be filtered and returned to the body.