Dialysis is a condition affecting over two and a half million people worldwide, with an overall prevalence of 340 patients / million inhabitants

Our activity in this area covers:

Hemodialysis: is a method of purifying blood by creating an extracorporeal circulation circuit and passing it through a dialyzer.

Two types of hemodialysis are recognized:

  • Conventional hemodialysis and
  • hemodiafiltration.

Peritoneal dialysis: is a type of dialysis that aims to eliminate wastes such as urea, creatinine, excess potassium or liquid that the kidneys fail or no longer to purify from the blood plasma. This medical treatment is indicated in cases of chronic terminal renal failure.

Continuous extra-renal therapeutics: in particular in acute renal failure which is a pathological condition resulting from the sudden decrease of the glomerular filtration rate. The etiologies are numerous, and the mechanisms contributing to the alteration of renal function are variable. Acute renal failure is a diagnostic and therapeutic emergency.

Dialysis at home: It is to be able to allow persons with reduced mobility or who wish to perform their dialysis at home.