If you wanted to get pregnant on dialysis what do you need to do?
Yes you can but it is not recommended. Only 1% of women on dialysis get pregnant
Yes dialysis is cleaning of the blood and is not making him sterile.
yes. But its not recommended
if the creatinine level is 2.54 do i need dialysis
Do you need a mri afeter dialysis. For confusion
People need to be put on Dialysis when their kidneys aren't working well enough to perform their job.
Patients with kidney disorders need to be treated with dialysis. Devices that perform dialysis are simply called dialysis machines (dialyzers). For more information on dialysis follow the links below.
Both hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis patients need to be vigilant about keeping their access sites and catheters clean and infection-free during and between dialysis runs
You need to be seen by a Nephrologist, (kidney doctor), to have the correct tests performed, to be sure you even need dialysis to begin with. If you need a referral, your family doctor can provide that for you. Once your tests have confirmed that your kidneys are functioning at less than 15%, your Nephrologist will set you up with dialysis at the clinic he or she is affiliated with. Most communities have at least… Read More
There is NO CERTIFICATION required for a dialysis PCT. All you need is a high school diploma or a GED.
Both hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis patients need to be vigilant about keeping their access sites and catheters clean and infection-free during and between dialysis runs.
I don't know that any cruise ships have permanent dialysis units on board. However a group call Dialysis at Sea (see related link) does offer select cruises that will allow patients that need dialysis to take a cruise.
==Doctor's Opinion== Yes, but ... you will have to be under the special care of both your nephrologist and your ob/gyn. Pregnancy puts an extra burden on your body and there are two major issues to overcome. Firstly, pregnancy on dialysis is rare due to the increased level of water which interferes with egg production and other aspects of fertility. Secondly, you will need extra doses of dialysis whilst pregnant. It's risky, but it has… Read More
yes but it is high risk and you would definently be put on bedrest for a long time in the hospital and dialysis would be done everyday. it is alot on your body and the baby and it is always ends up as premature labor.
every twelve seconds
Peritoneal dialysis uses a membrane inside your body (peritoneal membrane) as a filter to clear wastes and extra fluid from your body and to return electrolyte levels to normal. Unlike in center hemodialysis, you do not need to travel to a dialysis center for your treatment. Instead, after being trained at a dialysis center, you will do your treatment at home on your own schedule. Peritoneal dialysis can often be done at night, while you… Read More
Someone with one kidney can survive as long as someone with two kidneys - their remaining kidney grows a little bigger and does the extra work, but you only run into trouble when you have no kidneys left. Then you need either a transplant, or dialysis (your blood run through a machine that cleans out all of the 'waste' products), or you die. Grandpa decided he no longer wanted dialysis (he was having dialysis for… Read More
Dialysis is for kidney failure. It takes over the job for many of the kidney functions, and cleans the blood from build up of waste when you can't remove the fluid yourself through urination. The kidneys direct the body to replace your red blood cells, and regulates the storage of Vitamin D. Protein is hard on kidneys that are failing, so a special diet is usually recommended. Once you are on dialysis, you will need… Read More
In order to survive without your kidneys you will need to be on dialysis. A dialysis machine is a device that you hook yourself up to usually 3 days a week and it cleanses the blood. My uncle was on dialysis for over 15 years.
Yes you do ...most urgently!
If you need dialysis, there is usually some type of insurance that comes into play. The price depends on your coverage, your deductible, and your out-of-pocket limits.
People on dialysis usually need it because they have kidney failure. Since the kidneys are very important for removing the waste products of protein breakdown, it is important to carefully limit protein consumption between dialysis sessions.
You don' need two, but you do need one that's working. if you haven't got that you'll need regular dialysis treatment
to clean the blood out, and get rid of the toxcins
Urea, potassium, creatinine, and extra fluids are 4 components of urine that dialysis would also remove.
Why do people eat burnt matches when you did it first time you were 16 and pregnant and the second time you were 50 and on kidney dialysis?
Look up "pica".
My boyfriend and I have been dating for a year and a half and we been trying to become pregnant but been unsuccessfulso my question is can I have his child even though he's on dialysis.?
Don't you have a doctor? Get one. There's a low chance of you conceiving but it is certainly possible. Is his Dialysis due to Kidney failure?
You would need to do dialysis and/or have a kidney transplant
No she was not, she wanted to get pregnant and she was planning to before se died but she was never pregnant.
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.
Yes. Dialysis has to do with the kidneys not functioning properly, thus needing a machine to do the job of the kidneys. Normally the kidneys process toxins and you excrete them through urine. This process has absolutely nothing to do with the production of sperm in the testes or the ability of the man to become aroused and ejaculate this sperm (in a fluid called semen). If the man, on dialysis or not, ejaculates his… Read More
When your kidneys are healthy, they clean your blood. They also make hormones that keep your bones strong and your blood healthy. When your kidneys fail, you need treatment to replace the work your kidneys used to do. Unless you have a kidney transplant, you will need a treatment called dialysis. There are two main types of dialysis: hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis. Both types filter your blood to rid your body of harmful wastes, extra… Read More
Dialysis of the blood (hemodialysis) is done 3 times a week at a dialysis center. Peritoneal dialysis (dialysis in the abdominal cavity) is done usually nightly at home.
dialysis refers to stripping the blood of toxins that the kidneys cannot do themselves cause they either work poorly or have some other issue... the blood when it is cleaner is infused back into the body.
Yes. most have two, but can get by with one healthy one. If you haven't got that, you'll need either regular dialysis or a transplant.
Soaking potatoes rids them of their rich potassium. Potassium is a healthy vital nutrient for most people, however, high potassium levels can be dangerous for dialysis patients or people who have kidney failure. My mother was a dialysis patient and if she wanted to eat them we had to soak them at least 24 hours in the refrigerator.
because she wanted to be pregnant or i think that it was to save her marrage with Kevin
Davita dialysis is known for offering at-home dialysis as well as in the clinic.
700 dialysis centers with a total of 4000 dialysis machines
When a person has kidney failure he/she is put on dialysis. Dialysis is when the blood is taken out of the body and put through a dialysis machine which filters the blood.
Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis (CAPD), Continuous Cyclic Peritoneal Dialysis (CCPD), and Intermittent Peritoneal Dialysis (IPD).
Bottom line: You need at least one funtioning kidney to live. Bite the bullet and undergo the dialysis. It's a terrible procedure to have to endure, but it can and will save your life.
A dialysis PCT patient care technician DOES NOT need any certification. Since they are not certified they are not even regulated.
The average dialysis treatment takes 4 hours.
no, but she always wanted to have kids......
Dialysis is the process of cleaning waste products from the blood when the kidneys fail. Without dialysis, all patients with kidney failure would die from the buildup of toxins in the bloodstream. Presently there are two types of dialysis: hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis.
The patient experienced kidney failure and now requires dialysis.
The official definition for the word dialysis is "the clinical purification of blood by dialysis, as a substitute for the normal function of the kidney."
There are two methods of dialysis in use: hemodialysis (blood dialysis) and peritoneal dialysis (dialysis in the abdominal cavity). In hemodialysis, the dialysis membrane is made up of cellophane or other synthetic material that assists in the removal of impurities from the blood by their passage through these semipermeable membranes in a fluid bath. In peritoneal dialysis, the surface area of the peritoneum acts as the membrane. Dialysis fluid is introduced into the peritoneal cavity… Read More
The kidneys filter your blood. That is why, if your kidneys shut down you need to have Dialysis or a transplant.