Ten uremic patients aged 50 +/- 11 years receiving regular bicarbonate hemodialysis for 49 +/- 57 months were studied.
Two main types are hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis.
In hemodialysis, the blood flows out of the body into a machine that filters out the waste products and routes the cleansed blood back into the body.
In the case of patients on hemodialysis, physicians perform surgery to create a fistula.
In some individuals, anaphylaxis can occur with exercise, plasma exchange, hemodialysis, reaction to insulin, radiocontrast media used in certain types of medical tests, and on rare occasions during the administration of local anesthetics.