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Dialysis is a lifesaving medical process that removes waste and toxins from the blood. Usually used as a treatment for lost kidney function or renal failure, dialysis is administered by a specially trained dialysis nurse.

Dialysis nurses are experts on kidney disease and can administer all types of dialysis. They carefully assess the patient before, during and after dialysis to ensure the he receives proper care. Dialysis nurses must have excellent attention to detail, as they see their patients several times a week, often spending more time with them than other healthcare professionals. As such, they are typically the first to spot signs of infection or organ rejection.  

Like most nursing professions, dialysis nurses positions involve teaching patients how to care for themselves. They are there to answer any questions about the illness and show them how to stay healthy at home.

Registered nurse dialysis jobs are found in a variety of healthcare settings, including hospitals, outpatient treatment centers, hospices, transplant programs or nursing homes. Nurses may be required to work nights, weekends and holidays depending on location.

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