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Gentry received two blood transfusions and was placed on dialysis, which purified her blood and prevented the further spread of her infection, allowing her to heal.
Other treatment options include dialysis, urine alkalization and blood filtration.
The advisory, linked to toxins caused by algae, warns children under 6, people with liver conditions or compromised immune systems, on dialysis, or pregnant or breastfeeding not to drink Salem’s tap water.
He was put on a waiting list, and started undergoing dialysis.
One group submitted signatures Wednesday to limit the amount charged at kidney dialysis clinics and inspect them more frequently.
MedStar Union Memorial Hospital was denied preliminary accreditation by the Joint Commission because of problems with its inpatient dialysis center that posed safety problems for patients.
Similarly, a ninth ballot initiative would cap charges to patients at outpatient dialysis centers, and a tenth would give private ambulance employees better training and working conditions.
This infrastructure includes hospitals, pharmacies, nursing homes, and dialysis centers, along with health care distribution centers and manufacturing facilities.
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Definition of dialysis for English Language Learners
medical : the process of removing some of a person's blood, cleaning it, and then returning it to the person's body
medical Definition of dialysis
dialyticplay \ˌdī-ə-ˈlit-ik\ adjective
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