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DIANOVA HEMODIALYSIS SYSTEM - MAIN FUNCTIONALITIES

STATE-OF-THE-ART TECHNOLOGY.

REAL TIME 360° MONITORING.

YET VERSATILE AND EASY-TO-USE.

 

360° TOTAL MONITORING

  • ONLINE KT/V MONITORING: ensures proper dialysis dose is delivered in real
  • BLOOD PRESSURE MONITORING: automated and non-invasive system to control blood
  • BLOOD VOLUME MONITORING: allows ultrafiltration monitoring according to blood volume
  • BLOOD TEMPERATURE MONITORING: controls body temperature to ensure hemodynamic balance.
  • NETWORK MONITORING: interface to connect to renal unit software for centralized data management.

LEADING TECHNOLOGY COMBINED WITH UNMATCHED USER
FRIENDLINESS, EASE OF USE AND MAINTENANCE.

BVM/BTM

DIANOVA machines can be equipped with a blood volume sensor – BVM – and two independent blood temperature sensors, one on the arterial (incorporated into the BVM sensor) and one on the venous blood line – BTM With these sensors, it is possible to monitor the patient’s tendency to any Hypotension event and/or recirculation problems

BVM/BTM

Blood volume and temperature monitoring is essential to help prevent Hypotension episodes;

Kt/V

Dialife dialysis systems measure the Urea concentration into the dialysate using a spectroscopy method:

  • An optical source transmits ultraviolet light through the dialysate fluid coming out of the dialysis filter.
  • Urea particles contained in the dialysate, absorb the light according to their concentration.
  • A sensor inside the dialysis machine measures light absorption while the system, calculates Urea concentration continuously.

centre dialysis
in Eastern Attica 

  • Easy access

  • Basement PARKING 13 places

  • Perfect operation of the unit with minimization of routes and the excellent relationship between its individual spaces.

  • The creation of a pleasant and friendly environment for the comfortable long stay of patients and attendants.

  • The clear demarcation of the treatment areas from the rest of the unit and the ensuring as much as possible a sense of privacy to patients.

  • Landscaping of the premises in such a way as to ensure the partitioning of the works and to ensure, where desired, isolation to limit the spread of infections.