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anne987 posted:
Millions of people worldwide suffer fluid retention due to a number of disorders, such as heart and kidney problems. If unfortunately you are one of them, you should never lose hope since there are medications now available to help you. Learn the ways to treat fluid retention here:


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As applicable to the patient, some hospitals and medical centers have equipment that is specifically designed to remove (at a controlled and predictable rate, safer than using powerful and dangerous drugs) excess fluid from those who have fluid overload due to congestive heart failure (CHF).

Aquapheresis, a device-based therapy, is intended to remove extra salt and water from the blood and body, using a simple filtration technique.

Aquapheresis Therapy: A Better Way to Treat Fluid Overload

http://aquadex.gambro.com/en/aquadex/

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