A hemodialysis machine performs the critical tasks and drives hemodialysis treatments. A hemodialysis machine pumps blood from the body of the patient through a system of bloodlines and into the dialyzer. Dialysis fluids absorb toxins and excess water filtered out of the blood and then removes them from the body. The dialysis fluids are entered into the dialyzer through a separate cycle. Hemodialysis machines mix and monitor the dialysate used in each treatment. Dialysate is the dialysis fluid that serves to remove dangerous and unwanted waste products from the patients blood. A dialysis machine also adds an anti-coagulant drug into the blood.