Kidney diseases: Technology & Facilities
Institute of Nephrology has technology and facilities to perform Renal Biopsies, Renal Angiography and Angioplasty, Haemodialysis, special forms of dialysis like continuous renal replacement therapy for acutely sick renal failure patients, endoscopic treatment of prostatic diseases (Holmium Laser therapy), complete one stop solution for Renal Stone Disease (including intrarenal surgery) and various laparoscopic renal surgeries.
Dedicated twin Operation Theatre (OT) with Laminar Air-flow is specially designed for Organ Transplants. The unit includes isolated and specially designed areas with all facilities for strict aseptic precautions for post-transplant recovery. Significantly, the Institute has state-of-the-art equipment and facilities for haemodialysis, kidney transplant and post-transplant renal intensive care.
Besides haemodialysis the institute has the facilities to offer peritoneal dialysis both acute and chronic. It has the equipment and infrastructure to offer automated peritoneal dialysis to both chronic end stage kidney disease and acute renal failure patients admitted in the ICUs.
It has the infrastructure to offer sequential renal replacement therapy with extracorporeal membrane oxygenation for transplants and haemoperfusion for poisoning and septic shock.
The institute also has the technology to offer plasmapheresis as a treatment for various renal and non-renal (vasculitis & myasthenia gravis) indications.
- Well-equipped dialysis unit open 24 hours with the most advanced dialysis machines for haemodialysis, Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis (CAPD), continuous veno venous haemodialysis, continuous veno venous haemodiafiltration and renal biopsy.
- Highly specialized water treatment plant with the best quality water for effective dialysis
- Haemodialysis unit equipped with efficient cardiac monitoring, central oxygen supply and other emergency treatment facilities for critically ill patients
- Haemodialysis in critical care units for patients on ventilators and other critically ill patients
- Diagnostics & Imaging facilities:
- Renal biopsy
- CT scanning
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Health Blogs for Nephrology
Frequently asked questions about kidney transplant
May 04, 2019 11:25
Kidney transplant refers to a surgical procedure of placing a healthy kidney from a donor (alive or deceased) in the body of an individual whose kidneys fail to function normally. Kidney transplant is one of the most common transplant surgeries done around the world.
మూత్రపిండాల సమస్యలను గుర్తించటం ఎలా ? చికిత్స విధానాల వివరాలు
Mar 29, 2019 16:02
మూత్రపిండాల సమస్యలో ఐదు దశలు ఉంటాయి. మొదటి దశ, రెండో దశలో అసలు వ్యాధి లక్షణాలు కనిపించవు. మూడో దశలో ఆకలి మందగించడం, నీరసం, ముఖం వాచినట్లుగా ఉండటం, కాళ్లలో వాపు రావడం వంటి లక్షణాలు కనిపిస్తాయి.
వేసవిలో వేధించే మూత్రనాళ, కిడ్నీ వ్యాధులు ముందు జాగ్రతతో ఉపశమనం, ప్రమాదకర సమస్యల నివారణ
Mar 12, 2019 17:04
ఎండకాలం వచ్చే ఆరోగ్యసమస్యలలో మూత్రపిండాలు, మూత్రసంబంధమైనవి ముందు స్థానంలో ఉంటాయి. వీటిలో మూత్రపిండాలలో రాళ్లు ఏర్పడటం, యూరినరీ ట్రాక్(మూత్రనాళపు) ఇన్ఫెక్షన్లు ప్రధానమైనవి.
Learn the facts about PKD – Polycystic Kidney Disease
Mar 09, 2019 13:16
Polycystic kidney disease is characterised by cysts in the kidney which increase both in size and number, often resulting in kidney failure. Kidney transplant has shown successful result but precautionary measures are to be taken to cope up with its complications.
Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome (HUS)
Sep 19, 2016 07:00
A type of E. coli bacteria produces toxins that can destroy the red blood cells and block the kidneys’ filtering system Hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) is a condition where the red blood cells are destroyed, abnormally. This leads to clogging of the kidney’s filtering system and leads to kidney failure. Hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) is […]
Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)
Sep 03, 2016 05:37
Chronic kidney disease or chronic kidney failure is a slow and progressive loss of kidney function over a period of several years Chronic kidney disease (CKD) also described as chronic kidney failure is a condition where kidneys gradually stop functioning. The primary function of kidneys is to filter wastes and excess fluids from the blood. […]
Age-related Kidney Diseases
Aug 16, 2016 07:09
Anyone can develop kidney disease, regardless of the age Kidney diseases may occur in all age groups. Except for the hereditary link, in many instances kidney diseases may have been caused by an underlying disease. Glomerulonephritis is a condition where the kidneys get inflammated / swollen. Diabetes (excess sugar in the blood) is one of […]
Acute kidney failure – loss of kidney’s filtering ability
May 11, 2016 04:59
Acute kidney failure is a condition where the kidneys no longer filter the waste products from the blood. This condition results in accumulation of waste in the blood leading to further complications. Acute kidney failure may happen over few hours or days, and usually seen in patients undergoing treatment for kidney diseases. Acute kidney failure […]
Towards innovation – Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy (CRRT)
Dec 17, 2015 08:51
Continuous renal replacement therapy or CRRT is a blood purification therapy. CRRT is advised for patients suffering from impaired renal function, also referred to as Acute Kidney Injury (AKI). ICU patients undergo this therapy 24 hours a day. Kidney failure or renal insufficiency is a medical condition in which the kidneys fail to adequately filter […]