Centre dialyse Paris 8

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We provide changing rooms, televisions with personal headphones, wifi internet access and a snack per session.


Dress suitable for dialysis is recommended (jogging suits or pyjamas).


  • Bring your current prescriptions with you.
  • Don't forget to ask for your prescriptions to be renewed.


On arrival in the dialysis rooms, patients must wash their hands and fistula if they have one.

  • Hydro-alcoholic solutions are available at the entrance to the rooms for patients to use before and after treatment.
  • In the event of a cold, cough or febrile syndrome, patients are advised to wear a mask.
  • If you have recently been hospitalised abroad, it is important to inform your supervisor.


A fistula must be created to enable you to be dialysed.

You will need to learn how to monitor its proper functioning (characteristic beats).

  • Avoid wearing watches, jewellery or dressings that are too tight.
  • Do not compress the fistula while sleeping
  • Protect the fistula when working or doing physical activities
  • Consult your doctor before using creams or detergents.


The nephrologist will prescribe transport directly related to treatment. It is covered by social security.

  • If you take an approved taxi, VSL or ambulance, payment is made directly between your health insurance fund and the carrier.
  • If you use your own vehicle or public transport, keep your receipts and send them to the secretariat each month.
  • We will give you a transport voucher each month or before you leave so that you can be reimbursed.


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