dialyze

[dahy-uh-lahyz]
verb (used with object), dialyzed, dialyzing.
1.
to subject to dialysis; separate or procure by dialysis.
verb (used without object), dialyzed, dialyzing.
2.
to undergo dialysis.
Also, especially British, dialyse.


Origin:
1860–65; dia- + -lyze

dialyzable, adjective
dialyzability, noun
dialyzation, noun
nondialyzing, adjective
undialyzed, adjective
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dialyse or dialyze (ˈdaɪəˌlaɪz)
 
vb
(tr) to separate by dialysis
 
dialyze or dialyze
 
vb
 
'dialysable or dialyze
 
adj
 
'dialyzable or dialyze
 
adj
 
dialysa'bility or dialyze
 
n
 
dialyza'bility or dialyze
 
n
 
dialy'sation or dialyze
 
n
 
dialy'zation or dialyze
 
n

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dialyze di·a·lyze (dī'ə-līz')
v. di·a·lyzed, di·a·lyz·ing, di·a·lyz·es
To subject to or undergo dialysis or hemodialysis.


di'a·lyz'a·bil'i·ty n.
di'a·lyz'a·ble adj.
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Example sentences
Make a written agreement with another dialysis facility to dialyze your patients in the event your facility is inoperable.
Patients who are expected to continue to dialyze at the present dialysis unit for the duration of the study.
Patients who dialyze at home tend to have a lower acuity than patients who dialyze in facilities.
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