dialyse


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dialyse

(ˈdaɪəˌlaɪz) or

dialyze

vb
1. (Medicine) (tr) to separate by dialysis
2. (Chemistry) (tr) to separate by dialysis
ˈdiaˌlysable, ˈdiaˌlyzable adj
ˌdiaˌlysaˈbility, ˌdiaˌlyzaˈbility n
ˌdialyˈsation, ˌdialyˈzation n

dialyse


Past participle: dialysed
Gerund: dialysing

Imperative
dialyse
dialyse
Present
I dialyse
you dialyse
he/she/it dialyses
we dialyse
you dialyse
they dialyse
Preterite
I dialysed
you dialysed
he/she/it dialysed
we dialysed
you dialysed
they dialysed
Present Continuous
I am dialysing
you are dialysing
he/she/it is dialysing
we are dialysing
you are dialysing
they are dialysing
Present Perfect
I have dialysed
you have dialysed
he/she/it has dialysed
we have dialysed
you have dialysed
they have dialysed
Past Continuous
I was dialysing
you were dialysing
he/she/it was dialysing
we were dialysing
you were dialysing
they were dialysing
Past Perfect
I had dialysed
you had dialysed
he/she/it had dialysed
we had dialysed
you had dialysed
they had dialysed
Future
I will dialyse
you will dialyse
he/she/it will dialyse
we will dialyse
you will dialyse
they will dialyse
Future Perfect
I will have dialysed
you will have dialysed
he/she/it will have dialysed
we will have dialysed
you will have dialysed
they will have dialysed
Future Continuous
I will be dialysing
you will be dialysing
he/she/it will be dialysing
we will be dialysing
you will be dialysing
they will be dialysing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dialysing
you have been dialysing
he/she/it has been dialysing
we have been dialysing
you have been dialysing
they have been dialysing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dialysing
you will have been dialysing
he/she/it will have been dialysing
we will have been dialysing
you will have been dialysing
they will have been dialysing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dialysing
you had been dialysing
he/she/it had been dialysing
we had been dialysing
you had been dialysing
they had been dialysing
Conditional
I would dialyse
you would dialyse
he/she/it would dialyse
we would dialyse
you would dialyse
they would dialyse
Past Conditional
I would have dialysed
you would have dialysed
he/she/it would have dialysed
we would have dialysed
you would have dialysed
they would have dialysed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.dialyse - separate by dialysis
separate - divide into components or constituents; "Separate the wheat from the chaff"
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En outre il faut savoir que pour une femme qui souffre d'une insuffisance renale a un stade avance, ou qui est sous dialyse, la grossesse represente un reel danger.
Each of the new machines has a capacity to dialyse 10 patients during the day and six patients at night.
Au cours de ce trimestre, le secteur de la Sante sera marque par l'entree en service d'une unite de catheterisme cardiaque, a l'Hopital universitaire a Medenine, d'une unite de dialyse dans ce meme CHU et d'une autre unite a l'hopital local a Beni Khedach, ainsi que d'un service des urgences a Ksar Jedid (delegation de Beni Khedech), d'un centre intermediaire de sante a Medenine-sud et de six centres de sante de base.
In-centre night haemodialysis (INHD) allows patients to dialyse for an extended period of time in a dialysis unit overnight.
S'ajoute une liste de materiels medicaux fabriques localement et qui sont aussi interdits a l'importation tels les seringues, compresses, les bandes de gaze, le bicarbonate de soude pour dialyse.
Tangri, recommande des strategies pour la prise en charge des populations de patients en dialyse, notamment l'augmentation du recours a la dialyse a domicile.
Nephrology consultant Dr Clara Day said: "The ability for Elsie to dialyse in her nursing home has made a huge difference to her quality of life.
Already having to dialyse three times a week, in a way that never restores his embattled body to anything resembling what you and I would recognise as 'feeling well', he appears to be wilting.
Et d'ajouter que sera inaugure un centre de chirurgie des yeux, une banque de sang, une unite de dialyse a l'hopital du Croissant Rouge egyptien dans le gouvernorat, et ce suite a leur developpement.
It will be a great relief to those patients receiving treatment at the St Luke's site and also to those chosen to dialyse in the new unit who at the moment travel down the car park known as the M62 for treatment at Seacroft in Leeds three times a week, 52 weeks a year.
It is important we ensure the environment in which they dialyse is as comfortable, pleasant and safe as possible.