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During dialysis process, blood from the patient body runs through the tubes made of a semi-porous membrane for purification. But if the dialysis continues for a long time, the traces of electrolyte present in blood also get completely removed. Since the electrolytes are responsible for the stabilization of colloidal blood, in absence of electrolytes blood coagulation occurs.

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