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Own your own care

EMPOWERING DIALYSIS PATIENTS WITH SELF CARE OPTIONS — 02:35

Take charge of
your dialysis treatments.

Patient getting started with Tablo dialysis

Easy to learn & use

Tablo’s user-friendly touchscreen, animated instructions, pre-strung cartridge, and automated sensors require less from you.

No more memorization, fewer manual steps. Train for home use in as little as two weeks.

Automatic reporting

Wireless data transfer enables Tablo to securely, automatically communicate with your healthcare provider about your treatment.

With automatic charting, Tablo limits the need for hand-written documentation.

A perfect fit for your home-2

A perfect fit for your home

Tablo’s sleek 19-inch wide frame is compact and mobile, able to fit easily in your home, with no tubes or wires visible between treatments.

All you need is tap water and an electrical outlet. An entire month of supplies fits in a small closet!

Schedule flexibility

When you’re ready for dialysis, so is Tablo. With its integrated water purification system, Tablo produces dialysate on-demand, allowing you to start treatment in less than 20 minutes.

No batching or bags required.

home dialysis with tablo

Home, but not alone

With home dialysis, you and your care partner are trained to manage your dialysis treatments in a way that works for you. 

And you can rest easy knowing that 24/7 access to your Tablo care team is always just a call away.

Better life on dialysis

Studies have shown that with self-care or home dialysis, you may actually do better.

  • Fewer hospital visits1
  • Better quality of life2
  • Longer life expectancy3
  • Ability to maintain employment4

Hear what our patients have to say about Tablo and get a closer look at our interactive touchscreen.

  • Zooming In with Dr. Michael Aragon: Featuring Nieltje Gedney with Home Dialyzors United

  • Zooming In with Dr. Aragon: With guest Tracey Amadi, a home hemodialysis patient

  • A patient's perspective: Tablo's ease of use

Interested in home dialysis with Tablo?

Tablo is now available for use both in-center and at home.

The Tablo Hemodialysis System is currently only available through your provider. Please fill out this form to provide us with more information about you and your interest in Tablo. We may use this information to reach out to your provider, and let them know that you are interested in the Tablo Hemodialysis System. By filling out this form and providing us your information, you agree to our Privacy Policy as well as our disclosure of this information to the provider you list below.

Patients

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Home dialysis patients and their care partner(s) are empowered to take control of their own care and perform hemodialysis in their home, all under the guidance of their clinic’s nursing team.

    Benefits 

    Studies have shown that if you manage your own dialysis treatment, you may actually do better.

    • Fewer hospital visits1
    • Better quality of life2
    • Longer life expectancy3
    • Ability to maintain employment4

    Tablo is easy to learn and has many automated features that make home set up, treatment, and maintenance simple.

    Flexibility

    Dialysis at home allows you to do dialysis on your own schedule. While most patients on Tablo can achieve adequate dialysis with as few as 3 treatments per week5, you and your physician will work out a schedule that is best for you. 

    Safety

    The Tablo Home trial demonstrated that Tablo is  safe and effective for use in the home. Tablo was designed to simplify treatments while reducing the potential for user errors and bringing peace of mind and confidence to do dialysis on your own. For example, Tablo’s sensors and alerts guide you when something needs your attention, and wireless data transmission provides automated updates to your doctor about your device and treatment.

    The Tablo support team is here for you by phone at 844-MYTABLO, or email at cs@outsetmedical.com.

References
In-center self-care hemodialysis: An unappreciated modality in renal care. (Jones ER, James LR, “Neph News and Issues” 2011; 9:31-33,37)
2 Quantity of Dialysis: Quality of Life—What is the Relationship? (Morton AR, Meers C, Singer, MA, et al., J of Am Society of Artificial Internal Organs, 1996; 42 (5): M713-M717, 1996)
Survival in Daily Home Hemodialysis and Matched Thrice-Weekly In-Center Hemodialysis Patients (Weinhandl EDLJ, et al. “J Am Soc Nephrol.” 2012;23:895–904)
A Discrete Choice Study of Patient Preferences for Dialysis Modalities (Walker RC, et al. “Clin J Am Soc Nephrol.” 2018; 13: 100–108)
5 Urea Clearance Results in Patients Dialyzed Thrice Weekly Using a Dialysate Flow of 300 mL/min (L. Alvarez et al, ADC 2019)
Clinical Experience with a New Hemodialysis System Designed for In-Center Self-Care Hemodialysis (L. Alvarez et al., “Self Care”, 2017)