Dialysis machines or equipments are also considered as artificial kidneys which perform most of the kidney functions for patients who have temporary or permanent renal failure. The equipment uses hemodylasis to decontaminate the blood and stabilize its constituents. By this process, the blood of the patient is circulated through the device where it is balanced and filtered. Dialysis equipments have basically two classes, one is the classical unit and the other one is the home-use dialysis device. The classical units are generally cabinet sized machines which are commonly operated by trained personnels and are mainly used in hospitals and other healthcare units.