A kidney transplant (also known as a renal transplant) is an end-stage renal failure treatment method once kidney function—including the ability to remove waste from the body—is irreversibly reduced to below 15 of the norm. Kidney dialysis results from two procedures: haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis. This page educates about haemodialysis.

Haemodialysis is a procedure that filters the impurities in blood and regulates the blood's chemicals and fluids. For haemodialysis, a cannula is inserted into the patient's arm, and blood is removed from one hand using a syringe, while blood that undergoes cleaning is returned to the patient via a second syringe.

The blood flows out of the center by the first needle and then is treated outside the body via a dialysis machine's inner tubing and the dialyzer. The dialyzer then cleans the blood before returning it to the bloodstream of the patient.

Though the dialysis machine may seem like a more modern alternative to nature as a whole, it performs a modern replacement for the kidneys that a patient has lost to an illness, fever, or accident. A dialysis machine circulates a chemical solution called dialysate to the patient, removes waste from the patient's blood, and then returns the fluid to the patient.


At BON Hospital Hospital, haemodialysis equipment is used to process the patient's blood. Every 14 haemodialysis machines are used to cleanse 13 of them in our haemodialysis unit and an additional 1 in the ICU. We have a state-of-the-art reverse osmosis plant here. This machine decreases the amount of electrolyte contaminants.


The facilities at the Dialysis unit include:

  • State-of-the-art Fresenius hemodialysis machines with individual stations are state-of-the-art.
  • Patients in a single-use dialyzer are separated from one another with particular cases, providing extra protection from infections. We do not re-use the dialyzers.
  • Highly advanced Plex RO (Reverse Osmosis) pipelines that were imported from Germany.
  • A much better RO product is available because of the WCF's state-of-the-art Fresenius RO plant.
  • The therapy data management system, or TDMS, TDMS (also known as the therapy data management system), is an internet system that allows dialysis teams to monitor patients remotely. This also includes indicators concerning arterial and venous pressure, blood pump speed, water temperature, and dialysate content.
  • Each city's hospital offers its own specific ambulatory dialysis beds.
  • Each smart card for patients contains demographic information.
  • Audit the organization of patients and equipment on a daily or weekly basis.
  • Comfortable and fully furnished surroundings allow you fully to relax.
  • Senior doctors and round-the-clock care providers exercise care and support for patients and families.
  • Specialized training and practice for dialysis professionals to discover their inner vision and develop proficiency in performing immobilizations and tilt table internships.
  • Health care staff monitored hand-hygiene both by the opening of CCTV cameras and by strictly following standardized active Infection Control Practices.
  • Medical protocols and hospital best practices need to be followed by healthcare professionals.
  • Safety policies are regularly monitored in daily operations.
  • HAp perfect images and HCV positives are offered their own dedicated machines.