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RO water plant for home dialysis!!!

Dialysis‘ or ‘Hemodialysis‘ is a term which we come across too often in the field of medicine. It simply means that there is an unexpectable rise in the number of patients who are affected by renal diseases which leads them to be in need of undergoing dialysis either at their homes or in hospitals.

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‘RO water plant for home dialysis’

What is dialysis?
Dialysis is the treatment which involves removing the waste products and unwanted fluid from the blood as if the actual working kidneys do. It is done when people’s kidneys are not working to do its usual job. It helps to make the minerals such as calcium, sodium, and potassium to be in a normal level and it also helps to balance blood pressure.

Water treatment and dialysis (hemodialysis)
Many patients may probably know that water is needed for dialysis but there is a question whether they are aware of the water that is to be used for dialysis should be ultra-purified water i.e., it should be free from minerals, bacteria, chlorine, organic molecules, etc.

How does dialysis be implemented?
The blood of the affected patient is put through a filter outside the body. It is then cleaned and returned to the patient’s body.

When does a patient undergo dialysis at home?
If there are entire facilities along with the means to get RO water treatment to get ultra-pure water to the dialyzer, dialysis can also be possible at home.

Is it ok to get direct tap water for taking dialysis at home?
Absolutely, No. The patient must need ultra-pure water for taking dialysis at home.

Tap water may be retrieved from different sources.
💦If the tap water’s source is rain water, there are many chances for carbon dioxide to be picked up by the rain and it produces acid rain
💦If the water seeps down into the earth, heavy minerals and metals such as lead and copper can be mixed with water
💦Tap water can also be contaminated with impurities
💦If the tap water’s source is well water, there is a risk of huge salt content
💦If the tap water is from reservoirs, there can be the high amount of bacteria and viruses
💦Tap water may also have additives like fluorides to prevent tooth issues etc

Even though tap water is safe to drink, the water must be greatly purified for dialysis because the water meets the patient’s blood stream directly.

Does water used for dialysis meets any standards?
Yes, Of course. Dialysis providers must ensure that the water used for dialysis must satisfy the requirements that are prescribed by AAMI (Advancement of Medical Instrumentation)

Why does ultrapure water need for dialysis treatment?
The dialyzer equipment is hollow shaped and it is made of fibre walls. The fibres are semipermeable. When the patient is ready to receive dialysis treatment, his blood starts flowing into the inner side of the fibers and dialysate solution is used to bath outside of the fibers.
Dialysate is a chemical solution which does the basic role to extract the wastes and extra fluids from the blood with the help of these fibers.
Here, we have to notice that dialysate should be pure. Since dialysate is the combination of water and chemicals, we may expect the possibilities to contaminate dialysate if the water contains impurities.

If the water in dialysate is not ultra pure, the contaminants in the water can be blended into your blood. These impurities may create dangerous issues to the patient”.

When ultra pure water is absent during dialysis, it results in the following harmful situations👇🏻
🔖Metals like lead and copper can lead to destruction of red blood cells, damages in liver and brain and inflammation of the pancreas
🔖The presence of bacteria in the water can produce infections
🔖When an excess amount of fluoride is mixed in water, bones will be too hardened, nausea and vomiting will have happened, low blood pressure also occurs
🔖Microbial contaminated dialysis water complicates the leading cause of death for dialysis patients

What is the best option to get purified water for dialysis?
RO plant.

RO water plant for dialysis‘ is the suitable caption when you search for related options for dialysis treatment at home.
But only RO water plant for dialysis is not the first and last option for dialysis but it also involves processes such as
🔸Pre water treatment that includes sediment filters, water softeners and carbon tanks for filtration purposes
🔸Then, water is sent for ultra purification to Reverse Osmosis (RO) system

RO (Reverse Osmosis) water plant for home dialysis:
In Reverse Osmosis system, water is passed with extreme pressure through a semipermeable membrane. This semipermeable membrane acts as a filter which removes bacteria, viruses and other contaminants. If the water is very hard due to large amount of minerals like calcium and magnesium, water softener can also be used to prevent RO system to get damaged by the hardness of the water

How is RO water plant for home dialysis used?
With the use of RO water plant, we are left with two kinds of water.
🔺The usable (product) water is sent into the dialysis machine and this water is the ultimate purified water which is used to mix the dialysate solution for the dialysis treatment.
🔺The waste (reject) water contains the bacteria that was the result of cleaning the water and this waste water is sent to the drainage tank and this water is never used for dialysis

What is the capability of RO water plant for home dialysis in delivering water?
When analysing the combined use of home dialysis machine with RO water plant for dialysis treatment, the water source that is connected into RO water plant releases atleast two gallons of water per minute. Similarly, the reject water from RO plant and the drain after using the dialysate should also deliver two gallons of water per minute.

How is the RO water plant for home dialysis fixed?
We should install the dialysis equipment where the water source can be connected to the RO water plant and the drained water can be flown out at our home.

Challenges arise when using RO water plant for home dialysis👇🏻
🔸When there are large quantities of waste water during every dialysis treatment, your septic tank can easily be full quite earlier
🔸 The higher the quantities of water used for dialysis at home, the more the water bills of the home will be
🔸When the dialysis machine is bleached for cleaning, the drain may make the good bacteria to be destroyed in the drainage tank

Are you the one suffering from kidney dysfunction?
Are you the one who is unable to go to dialysis center quite often every week?

Then….this post on “RO plant for home dialysis” is entirely for you.

Advantages of installing RO water plant for home dialysis👇🏻
💧Save your lives
💧Save your time
💧Save your vehicle bill

Do I install RO water plant for home dialysis on my own along with dialysis equipment?
Strictly, No. The biomedical technicians of your dialysis center should make you sure that the functions of your equipment and RO water plant is performed very well.
🔺Your health care professionals should ensure that you are operating the system correctly and you are well trained
🔺You should continuously follow the guidance of your health care team

How can I know that well purified water is available at my home for home dialysis?
✔️Before the dialysis equipment is installed at your home, your water treatment professionals should ensure that water treatment systems are worked properly to produce safe and well purified water that fulfils AAMI standards
✔️RO treated water and the dialysate solution have to be checked periodically to know whether any contaminants like bacteria are there
✔️When using RO system for dialysis, you should ensure that chemicals are removed from water using carbon filters. It should be done before you start your treatment everytime

All these three steps that are mentioned above ought to be approved by your water treatment professionals for every certain period of time. Otherwise, you should be properly trained by them.

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