Hemodialysis Center (Private Bed)

3rd Floor, Counter C (EAST Lift)

Tel. 02-090-3126

Monday - Friday 6:00 am.- 8:00 pm.

Hemodialysis Center (Private Bed)

Kidney failure, also known as kidney disease, occurs when the kidneys cannot adequately filter and excrete waste products and minerals, leading to their build-up in the patient's bloodstream instead of expelling out with urine. There are two main types of renal disease: acute renal failure, which is treatable to restore normal kidney function, and chronic kidney disease, or chronic renal failure, which has deteriorated to the point where they can't function normally. For people with chronic kidney disease to live a regular and healthy life, they must undergo kidney dialysis or blood purification using artificial kidney machines.

Hemodialysis, or blood purification with artificial kidney machines, is a therapeutic renal replacement therapy for chronic kidney disease patients with end-stage renal failure. In this stage, the kidneys cannot eliminate waste from the body; hemodialysis becomes necessary for managing kidney failure and maintaining a balance of electrolytes. During hemodialysis, the patient's blood circulates through a dialyzer machine containing semipermeable membrane filters that allow waste products and fluids to pass through while retaining essential blood components and restoring impure blood to a healthier state before returning it to the body. Dialysis using artificial kidney machines is a time-consuming procedure, typically requiring 4-5-hour sessions approximately 2-3 times per week.

For people with kidney disease who need dialysis, the actual treatment process requires precision and meticulousness. It's a time when their bodies are more vulnerable than usual, requiring specialized care to navigate safely and effectively. Typically, over 50% of kidney disease patients undergoing regular dialysis have limited self-care abilities, with more than half relying on wheelchairs, often elderly individuals. Providing care for patients undergoing kidney dialysis is crucial to ensure their safety, comfort, and well-being. In addition to the expertise of specialized medical professionals and experienced nursing teams, a safe and efficient environment with state-of-the-art medical equipment and technologies is essential to offer patients undergoing dialysis a positive experience and effective treatment outcome.

At MedPark Hospital, our kidney dialysis center with private rooms reflects a deep commitment to the safety and comfort of patients undergoing this vital treatment. We have thoughtfully designed the center with patient convenience in mind, eliminating the need for elevators or designated pathways. Just park on the hospital's third floor and walk directly into the center – a seamless transition that minimizes stress and fatigue. Furthermore, we offer exclusively private dialysis rooms, ensuring optimal privacy and significantly reducing the risk of infection.

Why the Hemodialysis Center at MedPark Hospital?

  • 100% Private Hemodialysis Rooms: Our Hemodialysis Center offers only private rooms for patient safety and privacy. These rooms feature natural light, a calming atmosphere, clinical safety equivalent to an ICU ward, and amenities such as a smart TV.
  • Park and Treat Service: Simplifying the journey to the center, a dedicated adjoining car park, purposefully located on the same floor, ensures convenient access, allowing patients to be dropped off and directly access the center without traversing other hospital premises. This layout minimizes the risk of infections from exposure to other patients.
  • One-Stop-Service Convenience: Seamless payment and medication dispensing are serviceable in a patient hemodialysis room.
  • Ultrapure Water System: Our state-of-the-art reverse osmosis (RO) water system from Germany includes hot feed water, reaching temperatures up to 80 degrees Celsius. This system ensures the disinfection of tubes used in pure water distribution and hemodialysis. Scheduled machine disinfection twice a week guarantees and safeguards patients undergoing hemodialysis at MedPark Hospital from contaminated water. This system also enhances waste disposal, bringing a sense of freshness and reducing fatigue during the process.
  • Single-Use, High-Quality Hemodialysis Filters: At our Hemodialysis Center, we practice single-use, high-quality filters with no reuse. This commitment ensures that every hemodialysis session delivers 100% efficacy, assuring patients that each session at MedPark Hospital is infection-free.
  • Highly-Safe, German-Standard Hemodialysis Machines: Employing top-tier German-standard hemodialysis machines equipped with two high-quality dialysis fluid filters to prioritize patient safety and quality throughout each session.

Tests and procedures

  • A standard hemodialysis service utilizing a single-use hemodialysis filter.
  • Online HDF dialysis with single-use filter.
  • Therapeutic plasmapheresis
  • Hemodialysis for Covid inpatients
  • Kidney transplantation
  • Kidney biopsy
  • Emergency hemodialysis, a 24-hour service for ICU on-site hemodialysis

Published: 03 Jul 2023

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