How can people with home dialysis machines remove chloramines?
There are two ways to do that - either by adding ascorbic acid or using granular activated carbon treatment. You should first check with your physician, who will probably recommend the appropriate type of water treatment. Often, home dialysis service companies can make the needed modifications, but you should check with your physician to be certain.

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1. Are chloramines new?
2. Why did Bethany Beach make the change to chloramines?
3. Are there any individuals who may be harmed by the use of chloramines?
4. Why do kidney dialysis patients have to take special precautions?
5. How can people with home dialysis machines remove chloramines?
6. If chloramines are toxic, won’t they harm people and pets?
7. Can people with kidney ailments, on low-sodium diets, or with diabetes use chloraminated water?
8. Do home water softeners remove chloramines?
9. How do chloramines affect fish?
10. Won’t letting water sit for a few days remove chloramines from tank or pond water?
11. Are both salt and fresh water fish affected by chloramines?
12. Will a carbon filter remove chloramines?
13. Will chloramines be removed by boiling the water?