This programme explores the haemodialysis unit at Kings College Hospital, Denmark Hill, London. Treating people with kidney failure the unit treats up to a 100 patients on a weekly basis. Doctors, nurses and technicians discuss the nature of kidney failure and how this life saving treatment is delivered. Patients describe their experiences of coming to the unit three times a week for treatment. This is set against a backdrop of recordings made of the dialysis machines and associated machinery that make the unit function. Produced by Tom Wallace
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