We offer hemodialysis treatments and other related services for patients with chronic kidney disease and those requiring renal replacement therapy. Our Hemodialysis Department is staffed with highly trained physicians and nurses and high-end machines that cater to hepatitis patients.

Hemodialysis

A treatment to filter wastes and water from your blood, as your kidneys did when they were healthy. Hemodialysis helps control blood pressure and balance important minerals, such as potassium, sodium, and calcium, in your blood.

Hemodiafiltration

A form of renal replacement therapy that utilizes convective in combination with diffusive clearance, which is used in standard hemodialysis. Compared with standard hemodialysis, HDF removes more middle-molecular-weight solutes.

Hemoperfusion

An extracorporeal form of treatment, blood is pumped through a device outside the body and passing through a column with absorptive properties with the goal of removing specific toxic substances from the blood.

Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy

A type of blood purification therapy where a patient’s blood passes through a special filter that removes fluid and uremic toxins, returning clean blood to the body. The slow and continuous nature of the process, typically performed over a 24-hour period, allows patients with unstable blood pressure and heart rates, which is termed hemodynamically unstable, to better tolerate this process.