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With unreliable power and generators that need hundreds of gallons of fuel a day, surgeries have been delayed, medical records are a disaster, and patients are missing out on vital treatments such as dialysis.
Doctors liken pumping a patient’s blood through it to kidney dialysis, only MARS treatment is far more temporary.
But local dialysis centers are struggling with the demand, and with shortages of qualified staff, since several nurses who’d normally work in the centers are themselves displaced by the flood.
There was no running water for the first week; the dialysis machines had to be lugged to the adult hospital next door.
Find an advocate As a result of his deteriorating health, Dad had to start dialysis treatment in Los Angeles.
And emergency generators are running everything from dialysis machines to air conditioning during the year’s hottest season.
DaVita Kidney Care, which provides dialysis treatment to 3,700 patients at 41 centers in Miami and Fort Lauderdale, said its priority was accounting for patients and employees, and assessing facilities.
In contrast to their usual purpose of entertainment, the ducks will be on a mission to provide potentially life-saving for the patients who depend on dialysis treatments.
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medical Definition of dialysis
dialyticplay \ˌdī-ə-ˈlit-ik\ adjective
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