Hemodialysis is a method of replacement renal therapy, in which blood is purified from decay products and surplus water, using a special equipment called "artificial kidney." Usually the frequency of the procedures is 3 times a week, lasting about 4 hours. During the hemodialysis procedure, the blood passes through the artificial kidney apparatus, in which the blood is purified, and then returned to the bloodstream of the patient. There is a possibility of a one-time hemodialysis session in 5 patients.
Renal replacement therapy
Hemosorbtion (for renal replacement therapy patients only)
Renal replacement procedures for all Latvian inhabitants are covered by the National Health Service.
We also provide renal replacement procedures to tourists.
We speak Latvian, Russian, English, and German.
For tourists: we accept EVAK (EHIC) insurance, or EVAK replacing certificate.
Other fee-based services:
Hemodialysis 180.00 EUR per procedure
Hemodiafiltration 220.00 EUR per procedure
Payment procedure – bank transfer or in cash.