By Bill Peckham
The market wants people to get by with three hours of hemodialysis, three days a week. How that could work? What sort of additional tool would a person need to feel well with a low dose of hemodialysis? What is it that an extra hour of treatment provides? What is it that an extra two hours of treatment provides? In other words, what solute or solutes are in the body after 3h treatments that are not in the body after 4h treatments? What explains the difference we dialyzors feel?
Kidneys are mysterious and subtle in their ways. What would have to happen for dialyzors to feel well with three hours of hemodialysis three days a week?