Hemodialysis Dialyzer (1 piece)
Hemodialysis Dialyzer (1 piece)
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Hemodialysis Dialyzer

AccuPoint™ Injection Instruments
Hemodialysis Dialyzer, also called an artificial kidney, is a medical device designed to help remove waste and solutes in the blood during hemodialysis. It is produced by CE and ISO-certified manufacturer AdvaCare Pharma.

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What is a Hemodialysis Dialyzer?

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A Hemodialysis Dialyzer, also called an artificial kidney, is a medical device used in hemodialysis. The dialyzer works by filtering blood to remove waste products and excess fluid from the body when the kidneys are no longer able to function well. They come in two membrane types: low flux and high flux.

Low flux dialyzers have a less permeable membrane and are used for patients who have less severe end stage renal disease (ESRD), while high flux dialyzers have a more permeable membrane and are used for patients with more advanced ESRD or who have certain health complications. The type of dialyzer used will depend on the patient's specific needs and medical condition.

AdvaCare Pharma is a global manufacturer and supplier of high-quality Hemodialysis Dialyzers. Our low-flux and high-flux hemodialysis dialyzers go through a rigorous production process at our facilities in China, India, and the USA, which are regularly inspected and evaluated to ensure compliance to all health, safety, and environmental standards.

Product Specifications

Membrane Type

Low Flux Membrane hemodialysis dialyzers are designed with a membrane that has an ultrafiltration rate of < 15 mL/mmHg/h and a β2MG clearance rate of < 15 mL/min, allowing for the effective removal of small solutes while minimizing the removal of middle-sized solutes.

They are available in surface areas 1.4, 1.6, 1.8, and 2.0 sqm. Low flux hemodialysis dialyzers help reduce the risk of complications associated with high flux dialysis, such as hypotension and membrane fouling. In addition, low flux membrane hemodialysis dialyzers require less frequent replacement than high flux dialyzers, reducing the overall cost of treatment for patients.

High Flux Membrane hemodialysis dialyzers are a specialized solution defined by an ultrafiltration rate of ≥ 15 mL/mmHg/h and a β2MG clearance rate of ≥ 15 mL/min. They have high hydraulic permeability and higher solute permeability for middle-sized solutes compared to low-flux membrane dialyzers, making them ideal for patients with high levels of middle-sized solutes. High Flux hemodialysis dialyzers are available in surface areas of 1.5, 1.8, and 2.0 sqm, offering a range of options to cater to individual treatment requirements.

Why are we a quality Hemodialysis Dialyzer manufacturer?

AdvaCare Pharma is a global manufacturer of Hemodialysis Dialyzers. All medical devices and products made under our AccuPoint™ brand are ISO and CE-certified to ensure that our partners and distributors work with only the highest-quality products that will help them lead in their respective industries.

Today we supply distributors, hospitals, pharmacies, NGOs, and government institutions in more than 65 markets globally. We conduct frequent internal and third-party facility inspections to guarantee that all of our products meet and exceed the standards required by our distributors. Our control of the supply chain is data-driven and methodical, supported by highly skilled teams of professionals. AccuPoint™ medical devices are accompanied by a STED dossier. CE, ISO and FDA certifications can also be provided for some product specifications.


How should a Hemodialysis Dialyzer be used?

A hemodialysis dialyzer comes as a cartridge-like device that contains the semipermeable membrane that filters the patient’s blood and removes waste products and excess fluid. The dialyzer is attached to the hemodialysis machine and then connected to the patient’s blood vessels through two needles. One needle removes the blood from the body and sends it to the dialyzer to be filtered, while the other needle returns the cleaned blood to the body.

Can this Hemodialysis Dialyzer be reused?

No, this dialyzer is designed for one-time use only. Reusing a dialyzer that's intended for single use may pose serious health risks, including the potential for infection and inadequate dialysis treatment. It is important to follow the manufacturer's instructions and dispose of the dialyzer properly after each use.


What is the difference between low flux and high flux membrane Hemodialysis Dialyzers?

The main difference between low flux and high flux membrane dialyzers is their ability to remove different sizes of molecules from the blood during Hemodialysis.

Low flux dialyzers are designed to remove smaller molecules like urea, while high flux dialyzers are able to remove larger molecules such as beta-2 microglobulin, which can accumulate in the blood of patients with kidney failure.

High flux dialyzers are typically used for patients with advanced kidney failure who require more thorough removal of waste products, while low flux dialyzers are more commonly used for patients with less severe kidney disease.

How do hemodialyzer membrane surface areas differ from each other?

The selection of hemodialyzer membrane surface area is typically based on the prescribed treatment regimen. Factors that may be considered include the patient's age, weight, height, and overall health status, as well as the severity of their kidney disease and other specific goals. Selection of blood dialyzers should be made in consultation with the patient's healthcare provider.

How is a Hemodialysis Dialyzer selected?

The choice of hemodialysis dialyzer depends on several factors, including the patient's blood flow rate, the size of their blood vessels, and the type and severity of their kidney disease. A healthcare provider will make the recommendation based on these factors and may also consider the dialyzer's membrane type, clearance rate, biocompatibility, and other factors.

When is a high flux dialyzer membrane recommended over a low flux dialyzer membrane?

High flux dialyzer membranes are generally recommended for patients with end-stage renal disease who have high levels of protein-bound toxins or inflammatory cytokines in their blood. These patients may also have comorbidities such as diabetes or heart disease that increase their risk of complications. Low flux dialyzer membranes may be appropriate for patients who have a lower level of toxin buildup in their blood or who are not able to tolerate the higher blood flow rates required for high flux dialysis. The choice of dialyzer membrane should be made by a healthcare provider based on the patient's individual needs and medical history.

How should Hemodialysis Dialyzers be disposed of after use?

Hemodialysis dialyzers should be disposed of in accordance with local regulations and guidelines for medical waste disposal. This may involve placing the used dialyzer in a designated medical waste container or disposing of it through a specialized medical waste disposal service.

*Regulatory compliance may vary according to production standard, import requirements and/or manufacturing origin.

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