He waged war on the modern with a Siemens dialysis machine in-tow, bankrolled by Aramco petrodollars.
Castro may well have been put on dialysis, as kidney failure is not uncommon in such surgical mishaps.
The result can be total kidney failure and the need for dialysis; for some people, the kidney failure is permanent.
The first and still the best example is dialysis, which costs more than $40,000 a year.
Although the Al Qaeda chief was said to require dialysis for kidney disorders, no dialysis machines were found at the house.
Hence we can easily separate by dialysis two bodies of different groups which are mixed in a solution.
dialysis, the process by means of which a crystalline substance may be separated from a colloidal body.
They can usually be separated from their corresponding enzymes by dialysis, the coenzyme passing through the parchment membrane.
The contents of the stomach are filtered or submitted to dialysis, and the test applied direct.
Furthermore, the structure of the intestine is such as to produce conditions adapted for dialysis.
1580s, from Latin, from Greek dialysis "dissolution, separation" (of the disbanding of troops, a divorce, etc.), from dialyein "dissolve, separate," from dia- "apart" + lyein "loosen" (see lose). Used originally in logic and grammar; chemistry sense is first recorded 1861, medicine 1914. Related: Dialytic.
dialysis di·al·y·sis (dī-āl'ĭ-sĭs)
n. pl. di·al·y·ses (-sēz')
The separation of smaller molecules from larger molecules or of dissolved substances from colloidal particles in a solution by selective diffusion through a semipermeable membrane. Also called diffusion.