Dialysis is the process where a machine purifies the blood as a result of acute kidney failure. Dialysis is usually prescribed when kidney loses 85-90% of its function. There are two types of dialysis:
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According to CDC, 1 of 10 adults have Chronic Kidney Disease. More than 10% (20 million) of US adults have CKD, because early CKD has no signs, and most don't know they have it.