How is the dose of dialysis determined

How is the dose of dialysis determined?

The dose of dialysis is determined by measuring the urea concentration in the blood at the start and end of the dialysis procedure to determine the amount of urea that is removed during the dialysis session and concurrently determining the amount of fluid removed during a single hemodialysis session.

Once these values are available, a variety of techniques can be used to determine the dose of dialysis provided to the patient.


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