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M.B.B.S, F.C.P.S (Nephrology)
MBBS, M.D. (Nephrology)
MBBS, FCPS (Nephrology)
MBBS, Diplomate in Nephrology, M.D, FACP, FASN
MBBS, M.D (Nephrology)
MBBS (Gold Medalist), FCPS (Nephrology), SCE Nephrology (UK), Royal College of Physicians Certified Nephrologist
MBBS, FCPS (Nephrology), MRCP (Neprology)
MBBS, Diplomat of American Board (Internal Medicine), Diplomat of American Board (Internal Medicine), Diplomat of American Board (Nephrology), FASN, FACP
MBBS, MRCP (UK), FCPS (Nephrology)
MBBS, FCPS (Medicine)
MBBS, MRCP-I, FCPS (Nephrology)
MBBS, MD (Russia), MD Nephrology (Pak)
MBBS, FCPS (Medicine), MRCP (London, UK), MRCP (Nephrology)
MBBS, FRCP (EDIN), Dip. Hypertension, MRCP (UK), FRCP (London), Diplomat Nephrology & Hypertension (London)
MBBS, FCPS, MCPS
During Hemodialysis, a flexible tube (catheter) is put into a vein in your neck, below your collarbone, or next to your groin.A pump in the hemodialysis machine slowly draws out your blood, then sends it through another machine called a dialyzer. This works like a kidney and filters out extra salt, waste, and fluid. Your cleaned blood is sent back into your body through the second needle in your arm.