what is difference between haemodialysis and hemodialysis
From haemo- + dialysis.
haemodialysis (countable and uncountable, plural haemodialyses)
- (British spelling, medicine) The use of dialysis to remove waste products from the blood in the case of kidney failure.
From Ancient Greek αἱμο- (haimo-, “blood”) + διάλυσις (diálusis, “separation, dissolution”), from διαλύω (dialúō, “I separate”), from διά (diá, “through”) + λύω (lúō, “I loose”). Synchronically, hemo- + dialysis.
hemodialysis (countable and uncountable, plural hemodialyses)
- (medicine) A dialysis utilizing extracorporeal removal of waste products from the blood in the case of kidney failure.
- peritoneal dialysis