Physician improves implantable device for dialysis patients

07/7/2009 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

A nephrologist at the Cleveland Clinic is working with other experts to improve an implantable tool, called Renal Assist Device, designed to help patients with kidney disease to receive more dialysis treatments without being attached to a dialysis machine. The technology is a bioartificial device that combines living tissue with natural or artificial material.

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