Our clients can avail from us a premium quality assortment of Dialysis Catheters. Dialysis Dual Lumen Catheter Features: The process of hemodialysis (also haemodialysis) allows to achieveread more
Our clients can avail from us a premium quality assortment of Haemodialysis Catheters. Haemodialysis is a type of treatment received by the patient when his kidney fails. In this state, the kidneys noread more
Shubham Corporation offers the high-quality dialysis catheter for patients undergoing dialysis. We give our first preference to quality as the catheter is been used for exchanging blood to and from the hemodialysis machine. We believe in quality and take care of patients as the catheter is placed into the patient's veins. We offer Dialysis Dual Lumen Catheter and Haemodialysis Catheters.
Dialysis Catheter is also known as tunneled catheter and is placed under the skin. The catheter has double tubes with separate openings. There are two types of opening for the dialysis catheter namely as red and blue. The red opening is the arterial that draws blood from your vein whereas the blue opening of the catheter allows clean blood to return to the body. It is essential to take care of the catheter so that it lasts longer and prevent problems
The catheters are used in the medical condition of hemodialysis that occurs due to the failure of kidneys and thus losing the ability to remove the additional fluidic content from the body and clean the blood. Dialysis catheters provide an alternative to gain an access to reach the blood to perform hemodialysis. It is imperative that the catheter dressings are clean and dry before the procedure. Simultaneously, the region where the hemodialysis catheters are inserted is also sterilized and the process is carried out with air not allowed to enter the device. The haemodialysis catheters are placed in the central arteries of the patients whose condition do not support the usage of AV fistulae. The preferred site for this procedure is internal jugular vein but it is advisable to look for another catheter site as well that ensures sufficient blood flow for dialysis.
Dialysis catheters are divided into two categories, one preferred for extracorporeal modes of renal replacement therapy that include haemodialysis and the second one for peritoneal dialysis. The catheters of the first category bore central venous lines to extract blood from the patient and ultimately return to their body. On the other hand, catheters used in peritoneal dialysis allows the fluid or dialysate to enter the intraperitoneal space to get in contact with the membrane.