Peritoneal dialysis or hemodialysis can be used to reduce the level of amino acids.
If these treatments do not work or the overdose is extremely severe, hemodialysis may be needed to remove aspirin from your blood.
And with end-stage kidney failure, patients are on hemodialysis, but you can't cure them.
In severe cases, hemodialysis may be used to directly remove the ethylene glycol and other poisonous substances from the blood.
British Dictionary definitions for hemodialysis
noun (pl) -ses (-ˌsiːz)
(med) the filtering of circulating blood through a semipermeable membrane in an apparatus (haemodialyser or artificial kidney) to remove waste products: performed in cases of kidney failure Also called extracorporeal dialysis See also dialysis, artificial kidney