In blood dialysis, which is usually used alongside a kidney transplant as an alternative for kidney diseases, the resource water plays an important role in purifying the blood.
It is a component of the dialysis fluid, which must be adjusted to the respective needs of the patient with regard to the proportion of electrolytes.
To avoid complications, it is essential that the water is treated by reverse osmosis.
This is where our Testomatics come in.
On the one hand, the water hardness must be monitored before treatment by reverse osmosis in order to avoid blockage. Secondly, this process usually involves disinfection with chlorine, which requires additional monitoring, which is also made possible by our online analysis devices.
Post from 21st December 2022