Daily home haemodialysis

Haemodialysis is the most frequently used technique, both at home and in dialysis centres. It works by taking the blood through a circuit outside the body, purifying the blood as it passes through a device known as an “artificial kidney” – dialyser – before returning it to the body.

This circuit outside the body usually starts from an access area in the arm called an “arteriovenous fistula”.
A device called a “dialysis monitor” controls the flow of blood and dialysis fluid: this is the fluid that allows the removal of toxins by particle transfer through the dialyser membrane.

The principle of daily home haemodialysis

The latest monitors, which are compact and user-friendly, make this technique perfectly safe in the home environment. The S3 monitor allows short daily treatment, offering a more physiological therapy that is easier to tolerate for the patient.
Daily haemodialysis is easy to integrate into your daily life and offers an advantage in terms of quality of life and independence.

Before confirming the choice of home haemodialysis, the home dialysis team assesses your life plan, your motivation to carry out the treatment autonomously, and the feasibility of the technique regarding your family environment or the suitability of your home.


Your home dialysis team and your nephrologist are your main contacts to discuss treatment options and responses concerning your disease. Do not hesitate to contact them to discuss daily treatment by dialysis at home. For all information concerning the Physidia S3 monitor complete the contact form below and click on the link.

” The S3 monitor has freed me from the constraints of dialysis. I can plan my dialysis sessions as I choose, to organize my life the way I want it. ”

M. Régis F.


” I have been pleasantly surprised by the simple installation and use of the
S3 monitor, and was totally ressured by the team that assisted me. ”

Mme Odile B.


” Since my nephrologist proposed that I have a daily dialysis,
I have recovered a quality of life that I had forgotten. “

M. Aziz A.