Haemodialysis is the most common treatment available for patients suffering from kidney failure or renal insufficiency. Patients with these conditions are dependent on regular dialysis for life, which is why at Privatklinik Lindberg a dialysis centre is available with eight dedicated dialysis beds.
Dialysis treatment at Privatklinik Lindberg is available to patients with any class of insurance. The centre is active twelve hours a day, six days a week.
The kidneys are responsible for constantly filtering toxic substances out of the blood and processing them ready for excretion. If the kidneys are no longer able to fulfil this role, then dialysis is needed to “clean” the blood instead. This means pumping the patient’s blood into the dialysis machine, where it is filtered in the dialyser before being fed back into the patient's body.
This treatment is required several times each week and takes a few hours, so it is important for patients to be able to undergo dialysis in a pleasant and comfortable environment.
Privatklinik Lindberg boasts the most pleasant dialysis centre in the region where patients covered by any insurer can access comfortable treatment stations with state-of-the-art Fresenius 6008 CAREsystem dialysis machines. You will be in expert hands here. Our experienced specialist staff provide the highest standard of medical care, so you can relax in a familiar environment with plenty of personal space – because our dialysis centre is designed to be a pleasant place to spend time. Our rooms have south-facing windows for plenty of daylight and the colours and materials used have been carefully chosen to create just the right atmosphere.
We’ve thought practically, too: patients have access to a fast and reliable internet connection and good mobile phone signal, so everyone can use the time they spend on dialysis how they prefer, whether that’s office work or entertainment.
Renal replacement therapies
Continuous and intermittent renal replacement therapy for chronic kidney insufficiency using the following techniques:
Continuous venovenous haemodialysis (CVVHD, sometimes called CVVD)
Continuous venovenous haemodiafiltration (CVVHDF)
Continuous venovenous haemofiltration (CVVH)
Management of haemodialysis centre patients
Nephrology and internal medicine consultations
Diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic kidney conditions
Diagnosis and treatment of infectious, metabolic and oncological diseases of the kidneys
Kidney transplant consultations, including pre-operative assessment and aftercare
Clinics with this specialty