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Recent guidelines that recommend that kidney disease patients start dialysis before their kidney function has significantly declined may potentially cause harm to patients.
The research teams have developed a highly sophisticated concept of interactive clothing whereby the bodyâ€™s physical and emotional state triggers the transfer of personalized memory back to the wearer.
Nephrologists must be mindful of fluid overload when prescribing dialysis.
HOUSTON, Nov. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Satellite Healthcare, one of the nation's first and leading providers of kidney dialysis services and a major sponsor of nephrology research, today announced the official opening of WellBound of Houston. This is its first home dialysis center in the state of Texas.
Xcorporeal, Inc. (AMEX:XCR) announced today the XCR-6 Dialysis Platform for self-directed kidney hemodialysis. The XCR-6 will be the smallest, lightest, and easiest to use dialysis machine ever conceived, using Xcorporeal's proprietary closed loop, regenerated dialysate technology platform.
Satellite Healthcare, Inc., one of the nation's first and largest providers of kidney dialysis services and a major sponsor of nephrology research, today announced that its chief researchers will present at the American Society of Nephrology's (ASN) 41st annual meeting and scientific exposition during Renal Week, November 4-9, 2008 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.
Spanish scientists say they've identified cell changes that cause one treatment for kidney failure to eventually become ineffective. Patients with diseased kidneys traditionally need to attend a dialysis clinic to have their blood cleaned through a special filter.
HP (NYSE:HPQ) and Home Dialysis Plus, Ltd. (HD+), a developer of devices and products for kidney dialysis, today announced a licensing agreement to enable dialysis patients to more easily integrate dialysis into their daily lives.
- A pivoted catch designed to fall into a notch on a ratchet wheel so as to allow movement in only one direction (e.g. on a windlass or in a clock mechanism), or alternatively to move the wheel in one direction.