Special Care for Kidney Disease

Special Care for Kidney Disease

Patients with nephropathy lose the ability to normally excrete the nitrogenous waste generated by protein metabolism due to kidney damage, resulting in urinary toxicity. They need to receive long term regular dialysis services, while dialysis is also called “Hemodialysis”. There are two types:

Hemodialysis: The principle is to use a dialysis machine to draw blood out of the body by filtering out the waste and excess water in the blood through an artificial kidney which contains an artificial semipermeable membrane, and then return the remaining clean blood to the body.

Peritoneal dialysis: The principle is to use the peritoneum in the human body to purify the blood. First, a tube is implanted into the abdominal cavity, and then the dialysate is injected into the abdominal cavity through the tube. After that, the sludge-filled with waste is discharged regularly and replaced by the fresh dialysate. It is required to exchange 3 to 4 times a day. The New Town medical team will plan the most suitable dialysis arrangement for the patient according to the doctor’s recommendation. No matter there is a medical staff accompanying the patient to a dialysis centre or adding equipment at home and arranging medical staff to come home to dialysis the patient, we would deal with our customers one by one.