The Department of Nephrology provides comprehensive care across the spectrum of kidney diseases. The department’s transplant facilities are engineered to deliver quality care and successful outcomes even in ABO incompatible transplants. Our team of experienced doctors is recognized for their superior clinical skills and treats all categories of patients from children to elders. We have an eminent team of kidney transplant specialists, nephrologists, urologists and the technical expertise needed to meet the challenges of this life saving procedure. We offer the most advanced diagnostics, comprehensive pre-operative evaluation and dialysis support, the latest facilities available in surgical procedures, and complete post-operative care to minimize chances of infection.
Patients with kidney disease need quality care, guidance and hope. As leaders in kidney disease management, we provide a full spectrum of services and take pride in our teamwork to achieve the best possible outcomes in a range of disorders from congenital to acquired and degenerative. Our nephrologists (kidney doctors) direct all aspects of treatment, including early intervention, transplant support and dialysis services, like peritoneal dialysis (CAPD) and clinical research.
Nephrology is the study about the normal functioning of kidneys as well as treatment/diseases related to it. Kidneys are important for filtering out waste products and excess water from the body. They are vital for retaining the fluid intake, electrolytes that may be altered by numerous conditions or medicines.
Nephrologists are kidney doctors who specialize in treating renal or kidney related disorders. Broadly, the diseases that are treated by them includes autoimmune diseases, kidney cancers, bladder stones, polycystic ovaries, side effects of diabetes and blood pressure and several others.
We provide dialysis service driven by an efficient team of nephrologists, nurses, and certified haemodialysis technicians along with registered dietitians. Peritoneal, nocturnal and short daily dialysis and haemodialysis are provided to both children and adults.