A procedure known as haemodialysis, in which an artificial kidney is used to purify the blood of people who suffer from either acute or chronic kidney failure, is required. Through diffusion, osmosis, and filtration, this procedure involves a substance exchange between blood and (extra) purified water.
A step-by-step water filtration process is used to raise the quality of the water to the level required for safe haemodialysis. Each component is arranged in a way that protects and improves the efficiency of the components that come after it and is designed to remove particular contaminants.
In hemodialysis, your blood is cleaned with a dialysis machine and a special filter called an artificial kidney, or dialyzer. The doctor needs to make an access, or entrance, into your blood vessels in order to get your blood into the dialyzer.
Minor surgery, typically on your arm, is used to accomplish this. Dialysis comes in three main varieties: peritoneal dialysis, in-center hemodialysis, and home hemodialysis There are advantages and disadvantages to each type. Patients whose kidneys are failing are treated with dialysis.
Hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis are the two types of dialysis that both carry out the normal kidney functions of filtering waste and excess fluid from the blood.
Disinfection, physical filtration, adsorptive filtration, oxidation/reduction, and chemical exchange reactions are some of the methods used in water treatment systems and devices to get rid of unwanted chemicals and/or microorganisms and make water safe for drinking or more appealing.
The Global Hemodialysis water treatment systems market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The EONTM Portable Dialysis Water System has been launched by Mar Cor Purification, Inc., a Cantel Medical Corp. company. The portable water purification apparatus makes use of reverse osmosis (RO) to get rid of microbial and organic contaminants as well as inorganic and organic substances from the water that goes into hemodialysis machines to treat patients on the treatment or related therapies.
For single-patient hemodialysis treatments in settings such as hospitals, clinics, skilled nursing facilities, and residences, the water system supplies water of a medical-grade quality in a timely manner and in an effective manner.
The EON Water System combines cutting-edge technology with tried-and-true methods. Common hand-held devices can be operated with ease thanks to a color touch screen control panel.
In order to manage the machine’s operation and gain access to the information and data they require, medical teams and caregivers can confidently navigate the touch screen.
Additionally, Mar Cor’s new, pending Heat ForwardTM Technology is included in the EON Water System. This disinfection method makes use of hot water to get rid of routine, time-consuming chemical processes for the RO and hemodialysis machine inlet connections.
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