US scientists design an artificial kidney with Nano filters that could replace dialysis

The artificial kidney, about to enter its testing phase in humans, will combine electronic and organic elements, and will be similar in size to organs whose function it will assume. This will be a huge improvement for the lives of those who need to connect several times a week to an external hemodialysis device because their kidneys fail.
The key to the device is a microchip, which is introduced into the artificial kidney, and is composed of a series of holes responsible for performing the proper filtering of kidney function.