Department of Liver Transplant, Yashoda Hospitals, Hyderabad
Yashoda Hospitals’ Institute of Liver Transplant deals with a wide range of liver diseases through various forms of treatment procedures including liver transplants. A liver transplant is a major surgical intervention that can be done only in specialized transplant centers. This procedure involves the removal of a non-functioning or diseased liver and is replaced by a healthy liver from a deceased donor or a piece of a liver from a living donor (since the liver can grow back). All donated organs including the liver are tested before subjecting it to transplant surgery. The testing is crucial as it helps the surgeons to make sure that the donor’s liver is healthy and compatible with the receiver and that it will function well.
Usually, a transplant is suggested at the end stage of a chronic liver disease where the patient’s liver is beyond repair. If a liver transplant is recommended, the integrated liver care team of Yashoda Hospital’s Liver Transplant Department will evaluate the recipient as well as the donor thoroughly before performing the transplant. Several investigations are done to ensure the fitness of the recipient and the donor. Other vital organs such as the heart, lungs, kidney, and all others should be in good shape before the transplant. The team of surgeons and specialists involved in planning the transplant must give a medical fitness clearance, and only then will the plan be taken ahead.
Yashoda Hospitals’ Department of Liver Transplant provides comprehensive and highest quality live donor and deceased (cadaveric) donor liver transplantations. The department includes a multidisciplinary liver transplant team and dedicated liver intensive care units (LICU) that help us accomplish successful results in complex surgeries.
Our in-house team of liver transplant surgeons and specialists are highly trained, skilled and supremely knowledgeable. They bring with them years and decades of experience in performing and handling complex transplants and surgeries. They perform surgeries with impeccable precision and utmost accuracy. The team of experts is backed with the latest, most advanced technology and a well-trained team of support staff to help them get successful results. This is one of the many reasons why Yashoda Hospitals is considered to be one of the best liver transplant hospitals in Hyderabad and surrounding states. The diseases and conditions treated at the center include jaundice, hepatitis, liver cirrhosis, hepatocellular carcinoma or liver cancer, ascites, liver-kidney dysfunction, vascular liver diseases, acute or chronic liver failure
Wilson’s disease, other end-stage liver diseases, etc.
At Yashoda Hospitals Hyderabad, along with comprehensive care and top-class treatment, we offer a wide range of technologically advanced facilities for patients to take advantage of. They include:
ERCP Treatment: ERCP stands for endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography. It is a procedure that is used to diagnose diseases in the liver, pancreas, biliary systems, and gallbladder.
Biopsy Treatment: Biopsy is a test performed by a surgeon, interventional radiologist, or an interventional cardiologist to determine the presence or the extent of a disease.
Microwave Ablation: MWA or Microwave Ablation is a form of thermal ablation used in cancer interventions.
Minimally Invasive Surgery: Also known as laparoscopic surgery, is a form of surgery that involves minimal incisions in order to decrease the wound healing time and therefore the risk of infection.
With the use of such advanced and latest technologies and facilities, Yashoda Hospitals has become one of the most renowned liver transplantation hospitals in Hyderabad.
The collective experience of Yashoda Hospitals’ multidisciplinary liver transplant team sums up to being more than 2,700 successful liver transplants. The high success rate of our liver transplants has been one of the major contributing factors for the institute to shine as the best liver hospital in Hyderabad and the surrounding states.
What is the best liver transplant hospital in Hyderabad?
Yashoda Hospitals is one of the best liver transplant hospitals in Hyderabad. We house a multidisciplinary team of surgeons and experts with years of experience, we also have the latest technology and a highly trained team of support staff to back our experts. In addition, the department has dedicated liver ICUs.
Which is the best hospital for a kidney and liver transplant?
Yashoda Hospitals is one of the best hospitals for kidney and liver transplant as our surgeons and specialists are highly trained and skilled in performing transplants and other complex procedures. In addition, our comprehensive care approach is also a contributing factor for the name of Yashoda Hospitals’ Department of Liver Transplant being listed among the top.
What are the advantages of a Liver Transplant?
The liver is one of the vital organs of the human body. It performs important functions that are essential for sustaining life. When a chronic disease affects the functioning of the organ or has destroyed it beyond repair, a transplant may be crucial to ensure that the patient lives a long and healthy life.
When to undergo a liver transplant?
Liver transplant is a complex surgical intervention that is performed when a patient’s liver is diseased and is unable to function well or has been damaged beyond repair. There are certain criteria that a patient must fulfill to be able to undergo a liver transplant.
Health Blogs for Liver
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Liver Transplantation: Current Status and Challenges
May 17, 2019 16:03
There is a large discrepancy between the number of patients requiring a liver transplant and the number of transplants being done in our country. With expertise available for both LDLT and DDLT, many of these patients can be offered a definitive treatment for their lethal liver disease.
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How is normothermic liver perfusion giving hope to patients needing liver transplantation?
Nov 06, 2018 11:49
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World Hepatitis Day – Eliminating Hepatitis through Awareness
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Hepatitis C spreads through contaminated pricks
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Autoimmune hepatitis is an uncommon cause of persistent liver inflammation
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All you need to know about Liver Transplantation
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Liver transplants accord a new lease of life
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Liver Cirrhosis- Early detection may help patients
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