Ar-Ridzuan provides a complete and state-of-the-art hemodialysis center, where the hemodialysis center has been completely renovated as well as equipped with the latest dialysis machine and started operational in June 2020. Originally the Ar-Ridzuan hemodialysis center was started since 2002 at Persekutuan Seruan Islam Perak (Jam'iyah) and shifted its operation to new Ar-Ridzuan’s hospital in Greentown Suria in 2011.
Operating hours are from 6.30 a.m. till 9.00 p.m.
The team of qualified nurses care for and manage patients at each session.
Understanding Dialysis Treatment
Our kidneys usually filter and remove waste products and excess fluid from the blood. Haemodialysis is a way of replacing some of the functions of your kidney, if your kidneys have failed, by using a machine to filter and clean your blood.
Your blood passes continuously through the dialyser during each dialysis session. Dialysis sessions normally last around four hours and take place three times a week; longer sessions are required for bigger people and for people who tend to gain more fluid between dialysis sessions. Shorter sessions may be used for small people, people whose kidneys are still working a bit, and people who have treatment more than three times a week.
Haemodialysis can be given in hospital, in free-standing dialysis units (often called satellite units), or at home. In hospital and satellite units, nurses and dialysis assistants help you with the treatment; home dialysis requires you or someone else to learn how to use the machine.
You may feel tired after the dialysis session, but as haemodialysis only takes place up to three times each week, the intervening days can allow you a certain amount of freedom to do normal activities, although restrictions in diet and fluid intake are usually necessary.
- Haemodialysis Treatment
- Hormone Erythropoietin Injection
- Minor Catheter Surgery (AVF fistula)
- *FREE Catheter Surgery & Haemodialysis Treatment
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