HEMODIALYSIS CENTER

HEMODIALYSIS CENTER, LADPRAO HOSPITAl.

HEMODIALYSIS CENTER

• Provide care for both chronic and acute kidney disease patients.

• Provide regular dialysis services. Treatment using a renal replacement machine.

• Provide water extraction service from the patient's body with excess water. Hemodialysis for severely ill patients Surgery to connect veins and arteries or insert a temporary tube for dialysis. kidney transplant by a skilled surgeon.

• Provide water extraction service from the patient's body with excess water. Hemodialysis for severely ill patients Surgery to connect veins and arteries or insert a temporary tube for dialysis. kidney transplant by a skilled surgeon.

• The hospital provides facilities in a comfortable, clean and safe environment for patients with renal failure and artificial dialysis.

Kidney failure.

• A condition in which the kidney function is impaired for various reasons, preventing the body from excreting waste in the body normally in the urine. As a result, the retention of waste in the body.

Kidney failure can be divided into two types:

• Renal Failure : Occurs suddenly if the cause of renal failure is corrected. Usually return to normal work in 2-4 weeks, so if the patient needs treatment. with hemodialysis It is usually a temporary treatment. until the kidneys recover.

• Chronic renal failure: A blood dialysis treatment must be performed 2-3 times a week for patients with chronic renal failure who have been treated with artificial dialysis.

Hemodialysis

• The filtration of waste from the blood using an artificial kidney machine, also known as a dialysis machine, is a tool that replaces the kidneys by using a filter to clean the blood and facilitate the exchange of mineral salt waste between the blood.

• It takes 4 - 5 hours at a time, 2 - 3 times a week, although there are tools that help replace the kidneys, but they can't perform all the functions of the kidneys. Because normal people's kidneys work all the time without stopping, but patients on dialysis are only 8-10 hours a week.

• In addition, the kidneys also perform other functions such as producing hormones that cannot be replaced by dialysis, so patients need to be treated with medicines together. Patients should understand how to behave properly for quality of life. good and prevent complications.

Benefits from the hemodialysis machine.

• Symptoms of salt and water congestion include swelling, breathlessness, tiredness, inability to lie down, congestive heart failure, etc. Within 1-2 days, the pre-existing high blood pressure decreases and can be controlled. easier.

• Symptoms related to the nervous system include drowsiness, confusion, unconsciousness, spasms or convulsions, etc.

• Including gastrointestinal symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, anorexia, etc.

• It is possible to live a normal daily life within two to four weeks.

• Depending on the symptoms and age, other congenital diseases of the patient before receiving treatment.

Pre - dialysis treatment.

• Patients should go to dialysis at the appointed time.

• Should weigh yourself before dialysis. and should clean the arm on the side where the blood vessel is connected.

• When you see a doctor or nurse, you must tell your doctor any abnormal symptoms after returning from the last dialysis session, such as fever, tightness in the chest, breathlessness, inability to lie down, falls, and wounds.

• In addition, things that need to be told to the nurse before the hemodialysis cycle include scurvy. Or have nosebleeds or not to extract teeth, menstruation, bleeding wounds. Because the nurse will reduce the dose of anticoagulant as appropriate. to prevent increased bleeding.

How does dialysis work?

• Begin by inserting a needle into a special vein that must be prepared before surgery. Most commonly used veins in the arm. After stabbing the needle and then connected to the blood line to bring blood to the filter.

• When the blood passes through the filter The patient's blood is exchanged for different substances with a special solution called a dialysis solution.

• After the blood has been cleaned and the minerals have been balanced, the machine will return good blood to the patient with reduced concentration of waste.

• Generally, the process of dialysis takes 4 hours at a time, 2-3 times a week, because hemodialysis machine is required for every dialysis, it must be done at the hospital. or a hemodialysis center with nurses and specialist staff in close supervision.

• After hemodialysis The nurse will use gauze. which has been disinfected Press the blood in the area where the needle was removed until it stops.

• Some patients may press themselves. They should not press too hard when the wound is closed after the bleeding stops.

• Patients should hold their fingers on the support for another 30 minutes to completely stop the bleeding, avoid contact with water, and open the plastic 24 hours before.

• Because it may cause infection. The patient should have the phone number of the hemodialysis room.

• Because if necessary or problems on the day of not doing dialysis Will contact to inquire in order to get the correct clarification.

The practice of taking medication.

• Take all kinds of medicine strictly. and in accordance with the time prescribed by the doctor.

• Do not change the size. or buy oral medication Try to know the names of all the medicines your doctor prescribes. and the importance of taking medicines on time.

• For the effectiveness of drug absorption. blood pressure medication Always take your medicine on time. Even at any meal without eating Had to take medication to lower blood pressure.

• If you forget to take the medicine, it may cause a blood vessel in the brain to rupture. Some patients may order the doctor to stop taking blood pressure medication. Meal before hemodialysis.

• In case of low blood pressure during hemodialysis Patients should not follow each other without a doctor's advice. because each patient is different.

• Many problems arise from taking medications. is a specific problem iron booster Should be taken on an empty stomach, that is, 2 hours after meals or 1 hour before meals. Phosphate-busting drugs include calcium acetate. should be taken with food.

Hemodialysis treatment.

• In addition to using drugs together with correct behavior of the patient and food is very important.

• Should rest enough. and exercise that does not use much strength If you feel very tired or your heart is pounding, stop immediately. And most importantly, need to see a doctor regularly.

• Patients should not increase, decrease, stop taking medication or buy oral medication by themselves because it may cause kidney failure faster than it should be. and can be fatal.


More inquiries can be made at

• Hemodialysis Center (Building 2), 3rd Floor, Tel. 02-530-2013 ext. 2300 , 2301.

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