To treat patients with kidney failure through bicarbonate regeneration and neutralising the accumulated acids. The kidney is a vital organ that filters waste, excess water, and acids from the blood. When it cannot flush out the excess waste and acid from your body, it can lead to chronic kidney disease. The level of lactic acidosis is higher in diabetic and ESRD patients. When the kidney loses its ability to function properly, further medical complications can develop if left untreated. Patients can suffer from heart failure, higher blood glucose, kidney failure, and succumb to other ailments. Bicarbonate Haemodialysis is a rare therapy that can help patients survive. The Nephrology Department of Aster hospital is equipped with the latest technology and specialises in treating patients at their end-stage kidney failure with Bicarbonate Haemodialysis.