People facing kidney failure will require dialysis these treatments are called renal (kidney) replacement therapy. Kidney Dialysis Treatment is the most common treatment option. Dialysis is a life-sustaining process that cleans waste products from the blood, removes extra fluids and controls the body’s chemistry when a person’s kidneys fail. Dialysis patients typically require treatment on an ongoing basis unless they receive a kidney transplant.
Related Journals of Kidney Dialysis Treatment
Nephrology, Haematology, Dialysis and clinical practice, Journal of Nephrology & Therapeutics, Kidney, Liver, Liver: Disease & Transplantation, The Nephron Journals, Peritoneal Dialysis International, Seminars in Dialysis, Renal Society of Australasia Journal, Hemodialysis International