Hemoperfusion is a treatment for toxins developed in the 1940s and is rarely used today. Blood is removed from the body, filtered (usually with activated charcoal) and then given back to the patient. It is usually only used as a last resort when dialysis would not work because of the size of the molecule of the toxin.

Hemoperfusion at Wikipedia

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