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- ‘In hemodialysis, a machine is used to take waste products out of the blood.’
- ‘In haemodialysis, blood is taken (via a needle inserted into a blood vessel) through a machine, containing an artificial filter.’
- ‘For patients with renal insufficiency who are undergoing hemodialysis, administration of all medications should occur after dialysis to avoid premature removal of drugs such as pyrazinamide and cycloserine.’
- ‘During hemodialysis, your blood flows through a filter in a dialysis machine.’
- ‘Together with hemodialysis, medications and diet will round out your treatment plan.’
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