Study and Modeling of Waste Material Level in the Blood after Dialysis
Keywords:dialysis, dialysis solution, waste material, the differential equation
The main task of kidneys is removing waste materials like urea and toxins resulting from metabolism of the body. Other functions of the kidneys are regulating water balance and electrolytes, acid and alkali balance adjustment, the secretion of a hormone-like substances and so on.When the kidneys are impaired in their work and the toxic waste are accumulated in the blood, it can cause diabetes or increase blood pressure. A quarter of people with diabetes need kidney dialysis. Remove waste materials and toxins from the blood, dialysis makes the kidneys work better. In this paper, waste material level in the blood has been investigated after dialysis using modeling software Metmatyka and drawing chart of required time to reach waste material level to the normal level in blood.
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