Dialysis Services

Hemodialysis is a vital treatment used to filter waste products, excess salt, and fluids from the blood, a function the kidneys normally perform. At our centre, we utilise High Flux Dialyzers known for their larger pores, which enhance the removal of uremic toxins and excess fluids more efficiently, including larger middle molecules. This technology not only makes the dialysis process more effective but also improves the clearance of middle molecules, potentially leading to better long-term health outcomes for our patients.
Peritoneal Dialysis
Peritoneal dialysis leverages the body's peritoneal membrane to eliminate waste products and excess fluid from the blood, serving as an artificial kidney. This method involves the use of a peritoneal dialysis catheter, which is permanently placed in the abdominal cavity to facilitate the dialysis process. It offers patients the convenience of managing their dialysis treatments around their personal schedules, making it possible to undergo treatment at home, work, or while travelling. Our dedicated team offers comprehensive support, from initial training on peritoneal dialysis to ongoing care and troubleshooting, ensuring a smooth and effective dialysis experience.
Hemodiafiltration combines the best of both hemodialysis and filtration, offering an effective solution for reducing some of the unwanted symptoms associated with dialysis. This method has shown to improve long-term patient outcomes, with benefits including lower levels of β2-microglobulin, reduced inflammatory responses, enhanced stability during dialysis, and better management of anaemia and phosphate levels.
Dialysis Access Management
Our holistic approach extends to managing dialysis access, ensuring that patients receive the full spectrum of care.

We offer a range of services, including ultrasound-guided cannulation of fistulas or grafts for hemodialysis, minimally invasive angioplasty or stenting for arteriovenous fistula or graft complications, and precise peritoneal dialysis catheter placements using fluoroscopic guidance.