How will i feel after kidney dialysis?
Each patient reacts to dialysis differently. Some are able to resume their normal activities right away. You may however, feel tired and washed out afterwards and need to rest.
I think you mean Dialysis. Dialysis filters blood in your kidney for you when you go under kidney work or your kidneys doesn't function like its suppose to. You usually can live off of one kidney, but if your last kidney goes out(Kidney Failure) then they can you up to a dialysis machine and filter your kidneys for you. Hope this helps =]
The dialysis membranes used in the treatment of kidney disease do not allow plasma protein molecules to pass?
The dialysis membrane is selectively permeable because it doesn't allow all cells to go through it. Think of it as a kidney. When blood is sent to the kidney, the blood cells cannot fit through the dialysis inside the kidney, but the waste and bacteria in the cells do. So, The dialysis membrane is selectively permeable.
What happens to a person if they are given dialysis treatments and their kidney function has returned to normal?
Would kidney transplants still be necessary if dialysis machines were to become cheap tiny and portable?
The main difference there would be that a kidney is an organ that helps the body maintain a proper balance of minerals, metabolites and other bodily fluids. Dialysis/a dialysis machine is a procedure/machine that can perform some of the basic functions of the kidneys for people experiencing either temporary or long term renal (kidney) failure. wikipedia has some accurate and in depth pages on both the kidney, and dialysis if you want to know more.
The dialysis takes the place of a kidney when it stops working. It is a machine that is used as an artificial replacement for lost kidney function in people with renal failure. The process of dialysis is basically to clean your blood of toxins, waste, and excess water just like a normal kidney. It is perfectly safe, too. Hope this helped, Charlie the Grey
Dialysis is not considered until the kidney disease is advanced. Kidney disease is largely preventable, by keeping blood sugar and blood pressure normal. The length of time a person requires dialysis depends on the condition being treated, and the viability of the kidneys. If the renal failure is temporary, dialysis could be short term, giving the kidneys a chance to rest and recover. If the patient is suffering from a progressive disorder, dialysis will last…