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“The medical staff here specializes in the health care process, so they don't need to worry about the technical setup as well.”
Green dialysis is not fundamentally different from conventional dialysis - but it uses less water and energy.
“First and foremost, patients should receive high-quality treatment at the centers. At the same time, the negative impact on the environment should be minimized. This is not a contradiction.”
Water is a valuable resource. In green dialysis, it is used sparingly, for example by combining rinsing processes smartly and still maintaining hygienic standards.
liters of water are used in conventional dialysis. With a green one, it's only 200 liters at best.
liters of water a green dialysis center can save per year - half an Olympic swimming pool.
liters of dialysis fluid can be obtained from one cartridge of dry powder. This saves transporting the 10-liter canisters.
In Europe alone, dialysis is life-preserving for around 600,000 people. Making it more sustainable is a big win for the environment.
Sustainability always in view: The footprint of a dialysis center can be significantly reduced by intelligently combining various measures.
Modern construction and building technology can save on heating costs, for example.
Supplying the basic materials needed for dialysis fluid in dry form is more efficient than in liquid form. It also produces less waste.
Smart interconnection of equipment during rinsing and efficient allocation prevents idle times.
With the help of the B. Braun concentrate mixing device ECOMix Revolution the dialysis concentrate is prepared directly at the location. ECOMix is a crucial technology for the green dialysis concept.
With their innovative technology, all reverse osmosis devices in the AQUAboss series rank among the world's leading water treatment systems for hemodialysis applications.