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Dialysis devices and equipment is primarily used in the treatment of patients suffering from End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) that is primarily the last stage of CKD or chronic kidney failure. This is a stage where the kidney’s functioning is nearly 10% to 15% below its normal capacity. As the prevalence of diseases such as diabetes and hypertension grows, there is a parallel increase in the number of ESRD patients across the globe. This has also led to corresponding increase in the number of ESRD patients that need to be treated with dialysis devices. While some patients need to undergo a kidney transplant, there are some others that need to be regularly subjected to dialysis in order to purify their blood. Dialysis helps to rid the blood of toxic substances and waste matter. The two main types of dialysis procedures are hemodialysis (HD) and peritoneal dialysis (PD).

Some of the key products and equipment used for conducting a dialysis procedure include: dialyzers, dialysis concentrates, hemodialysis machines, and products for peritoneal dialysis.

The global dialysis market is witnessing several changes with millions of dollars being invested in carrying out research and development activities. Given that high blood pressure and diabetes are on the rise, and these are also the factors that have been found to lead to kidney failure, the demand for dialysis devices is on the rise among medical institutions. 

The global market for dialysis devices is dominated by a few players that own a sizeable chunk of earnings. Thus, as an enterprise dealing with the dialysis devices market, it is important to study the current marked landscape carefully before making a decision. ResearchMoz.us helps you do just that with its large collection of market research reports on the dialysis devices market. 

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