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Six of the seven patients had breathing tubes, six had ulcers, and four were on dialysis, according to the CDC.
They can be done from a variety of other locations, such as a rural health clinic, a dialysis center or skilled nursing facility.
On a recent day, power was out in the town and the region’s sole dialysis center, powered by a fuel generator, was barely functioning.
Last July, Lindzy, a 59-year-old mother of two who lives in Fort Wayne, started on dialysis, turning to a machine three times a week to do the kidney’s work of purifying her blood.
Salah, residents boast with pride, has poured millions of pounds into the village, with the beneficiaries' list including a school, a mosque, the youth center, a dialysis machine at a nearby hospital, and financial aid to poor families.
Since last August, Alana has helped to hook Eva up to a dialysis machine at home every night for sessions that typically last 10 hours at a time.
The measure would limit a clinic’s revenue to 115 percent of the average cost of dialysis treatment in the state, plus any health care improvement costs.
About two weeks since the mother of three went under the knife for her high-school sweetheart, both have recovered well and Abel no longer has to undergo gruelling dialysis treatment to filter the toxins and excess water from his body.
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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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