They did, and that is how we were able to dialyze
Medical pediatric staff of dialyze
centers should especially pay attention to the problem of life's quality, due to the intensity of disease's impact on growing organism, should actively counteract the phenomena of its decrease by continuous therapeutic education of patient and his or her family.
Heydari said that the Iranian and Iraqi red crescent societies will also cooperate in the construction of a second hospital in Iraq's holy city of Najaf which will be specialized in dialyze
and kidney diseases.
This new unit will allow patients to dialyze
closer to home and eliminate the need to travel up to 400 kilometres three times per week for dialysis.
The hospital records indicated that his heart was decompensated because of the "inability to dialyze
[Secondary to] Hypotension.
He said according to a report published recently Services Hospital has nine machines and caters to 18 patients in two shifts everyday, with a waiting list of 250 patients; Sir Gangaram Hospital has 14 machines and cater to 40 to 45 patients in three shifts per day, with the waiting list of three months; Mayo Hospital has 24 machines catering to nearly 70 patients a day in three shifts with 50 patients registered in the waiting list; Sheikh Zayed Hospital has 32 machines to dialyze
96 patients in three shifts everyday and a waiting list of 200 patients, while 13 machines at Jinnah Hospital dialyze
39 patients in three shifts with a waiting list of nearly 300 patients.
He said the Red Crescent society of the Islamic Republic of Iran is supposed to donate 1 ambulance, 2 dialyze
unit and also offer training to 6 nurses.
Nasser, "Can I tell a child, 'I cannot dialyze
your kidneys because Mom and Dad voted for the wrong political party?
GAO found that from December 31, 1998, through December 31, 2001, the total number of dialysis facilities nationwide increased at about the same rate as the Medicare dialysis population, 16 and 15 percent, respectively, and the total number of stations (that is, treatment areas and equipment, including dialysis machines, needed to dialyze
the patient) increased by over 24 percent, a rate greater than the growth in the Medicare dialysis population.
In 1904 the British biochemist Arthur Harden (1865-1940) placed an extract of yeast in a bag made of a semipermeable membrane (see 1748) in order to dialyze
the extract and remove any small molecules that might be present.
I use four artificial limbs and dialyze
on a kidney machine an average of three times a week.