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Haemodialysis is an extracorporeal blood purification technique used for patients suffering from chronic renal insufficiency who are not able to receive a kidney transplant. About 2.3 million patients worldwide depend on long term renal replacement therapies. The number of patients worldwide is increasing by about 6% annually. Asia, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East are experiencing even higher proliferation rates, up to 10%. Haemodialysis and acute blood purification belong to the category of extracorporeal blood purification techniques, haemodialysis is the most widely used form of therapy, with a rate of 89%.