Kidney Health and Dialysis
Treatments for kidney failure include dialysis and kidney transplantation. People with failing kidneys can receive treatment through dialysis. Hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis are the two types of dialysis that carry out typical kidney functions by removing waste and extra fluid from the blood.
As a result of inadequate blood filtering during kidney failure, waste and toxins accumulate in the bloodstream. Dialysis performs the function of the kidneys by eliminating waste and extra fluid from the blood.
Join the Yashoda Health Podcast with Dr. Sashi Kiran A, Consultant Nephrologist, Yashoda Hospitals, to learn more about Kidney Health and Dialysis.