Hemodialysis is a treatment for kidney failure that uses a machine to filter your blood outside your body. At the start of a hemodialysis treatment, a dialysis nurse or technician places two needles into your arm. Once trained by the health care team, some people prefer to insert, or put in, their own needles. A pump on the hemodialysis machine draws your blood through one of the needles into a tube, a few ounces at a time. Your blood travels through the tube to the filter, called a dialyzer. Inside the dialyzer, your blood flows through thin fibers that filter out
- extra salt
- extra fluid
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Effects and symptoms of chronic kidney disease include:
- Increased frequency of urination, especially at night.
- Swelling of the legs and puffiness around the eyes (fluid retention).
- High blood pressure.
- Fatigue and weakness (from anemia or accumulation of waste products in the body.
- Loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting.
- Low hemoglobin levels.
- Shortness of breath from fluid accumulation in the lungs and metabolic acidosis.
- Bone pains and increased risk of fractures.
- Reduced Urine Output
- Generalized Swelling of the body
- Blood in the urine
- Increased fatigue and tiredness
- Nocutria (increased frequency of urination at night)
- Vomiting, oedema and high blood pressure
- Loss of appetite
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