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  • v. Present participle of dialyze.


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  • She inserts two needles: One draws blood out of her body, through thin tubing and into the dialyzing machine, and the other returns the cleaned blood back into her body.

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  • Before dialyzing, she needs to mix the dialyzing solution and sterilize the equipment.

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  • Death was always there, lurking around the next corner, even in a nephrology fellowship, where we were mostly dialyzing people, correcting electrolytes, prescribing drugs.

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  • Not long ago, in a case, I showed it by the use of dialyzing membranes.

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  • Among patients who begin dialyzing in their 80s and 90s, nearly half are suffering from congestive heart failure and one-third from diabetes or cardiovascular disease, Knauf and Aronson write. News - Top Stories

  • One way dialysis patients are able to have a more normal lifestyle is by dialyzing at home.

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  • Simple as it may sound, that was dialyzing at night. :

  • Given that they spend a lot longer in the dialysis clinic, having various moving parts for this, but should we be thinking of these as relatively to low acuity patients who would otherwise be home dialyzing, you just haven't have it in the clinic and therefore have maybe a sort of lower labor utilization costs or are these maybe traditionally really sick patients that just choose to do it at night and therefore would need the higher nursing attendance and the higher labor cost to go with this.

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