This refers to haemodialysis treatments we carry out at our centres.
The time for each treatment is usually 4 hours. Patients usually come to our centres for treatment 3 times a week.
Our clinical care teams will take care of all the details of the treatments and payment claims and guide our patients.
Please refer to Checklist of your 1st visit at our centre.
There are two kinds of dialysis available to those who need it: haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis. We provide haemodialysis at RenalTeam.
Haemodialysis takes over the functions of the kidneys by removing waste products and excess fluids, It is usually performed three times a week.
How it is performed
Vascular access is needed to perform haemodialysis on a patient. This can come in one of three forms: fistula, graft, or catheter. These are created via a minor surgery.
How long is it done
A single session can last for as long as 4 hours depending on your body type and condition. Our clinical care teams will take care of all the details of the treatments and payment claims and guide you.
If this is your first time on dialysis treatment, you may read our checklist and please feel free to ask any member of your clinical team any question you may have.