Nocturnal Home Haemodialysis

Department of Renal Medicine, The Geelong Hospital

 

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Updated 12th November 2012.

We have developed this website with the true and original spirit of the internet in mind - the sharing of information and the desire to educate and inform. It is designed to give a broad understanding of some of the issues surrounding this haemodialysis modality. It does not seek nor intend to replace direct and detailed discussion with a doctor. If you have a question about your condition or treatment, or if you think that nocturnal haemodialysis may be a possible option for you after reading these pages, please consult your renal unit or doctor. Only your doctor is  able to determine if this therapy would fit your individual circumstances.

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Authored by Prof John Agar. Copyright 2012
Nocturnal Haemodialysis Program, Barwon Health.
All rights reserved. Revised: Nov 12th, 2012