Founded by group of medical products experts and senior managers, Nanjing Kaihong Healthcare Co., Ltd has devoted itself to be
the most professional and high-end exporter of medical products in China.We provideinfusion set, Hemodialysis catheter including tandem infusion sets,subcutaneous infusion set,contact detach infusion set, temporary hemodialysis catheter,permanent hemodialysis catheter, and so on.
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Founded by group of medical products experts and senior managers, Nanjing Kaihong Healthcare Co., Ltd has devoted itself to be the most professional and high-end exporter of medical products in China. Since established, the company always sticks to the objective of professionalization, dedication, excellence and win-win relation with customers.
The company supplies nearly 400 products,covering all common medical consumables used in ICU, operating room, exam room, and inpatient ward.
In the future,the company will build a more comprehensive and efficient medical supply procurement platform that is "customer-centric and bridged by products".
High-Flux Hemodialysis (HF-HD) and Low-Flux Hemodialysis (LF-HD) are currently common dialysis treatments for patients with chronic renal failure and uremia, and both are in clinical application. There are certain differences. The purpose of this article is to conduct a clinical comparison of the dialysis effects of high-flux hemodialysis and low-flux hemodialysis in patients with chronic renal failure and uremia, in order to provide a reference for clinicians in selecting suitable dialysis treatment methods for patients.
Dialysis catheters are used to drain a patient's blood to a dialysis machine for processing, and then return the processed blood to the patient. Long-term catheter use may lead to a range of complications, including infection, blockage, skin damage, thrombosis, catheter migration, and catheter rupture. Infection is one of the most common complications of long-term catheterization. Dialysis catheter-related infections can be divided into: catheter outlet infections, catheter tunnel infections, and systemic infections.