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Tom Sharon
Constant monitoring is the key to prevent shock


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How to prevent shock

It is important to understand that when a person is on hemodialysis, all of his or her blood is being pumped into a machine where water is drawn off. This could result in a loss of blood pressure and shock. This is why someone has to monitor the fluid volume loss and replace it as needed. If someone tells you that you or your loved one doesn't need constant monitoring because the machines are more sophisticated, do not accept it. Surveillance is the key to maintaining a proper fluid balance.

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