Peritoneal dialysis is a way to remove waste products from your blood when your kidneys can't adequately do the job any longer. This procedure filters the blood in a different way than does the more common blood-filtering procedure called hemodialysis.
During peritoneal dialysis, a cleansing fluid flows through a tube (catheter) into part of your abdomen. The lining of your abdomen (peritoneum) acts as a filter and removes waste products from your blood. After a set period of time, the fluid with the filtered waste products flows out of your abdomen and is discarded.
These treatments can be done at home, at work or while traveling. But peritoneal dialysis isn't an option for everyone with kidney failure. Manual dexterity and the ability to care for yourself is necessary at home, or you need a reliable caregiver.
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