Design for the Real World: Dialysis Machine

Feature

Friday, May 18, 2012

(Daniel Sergeev)

Before the invention of the dialysis machine, kidney failure was basically a death sentence. Registered nurse Janice Breen explains how the design of dialysis machines has evolved since she started working with them back in 1973.

(Originally aired: December 10, 2010)

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Comments [2]

ali from iran-esfahan

I NEED dialysis Architectural design for hospital in iran

Jan. 06 2013 05:05 AM
david

This was an amazing story and Janice sounds like an amazing caring person. Awesome to hear about people who care so much.

Aug. 11 2012 07:16 PM

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