GSN-ISEEC A Comparative view on 3 Alternative Therapy for Renal Disorders September 13, 2010

GSN-International Skills Enhancement and Education Center (GSN-ISEEC) invites all health care providers to attend their workshop entitled “Hemodialysis, Peritoneal Dialysis and Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy: A Comparative view on 3 Alternative Therapy for Renal Disorders”.

with PRC- CPE Units and International Standards

Date: September 13, 2010

Venue:
Unit 502 Pacific Corporate Center
131 West Avenue, Quezon City

Definition:
Dialysis treatment replaces the function of the kidneys, which normally serve as the body’s natural filtration system. Through the use of a blood filter and a chemical solution known as dialysate, the treatment removes waste products and excess fluids from the bloodstream, while maintaining the proper chemical balance of the blood.

Hemodialysis
The treatment involves circulating the patient’s blood outside of the body through an extracorporeal circuit (ECC), or dialysis circuit.

Peritoneal dialysis
In peritoneal dialysis, the patient’s peritoneum, or lining of the abdomen, acts as a blood filter. A catheter is surgically inserted into the patient’s abdomen. During treatment, the catheter is used to fill the abdominal cavity with dialysate.

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