Kidney transplantation is a surgical procedure of transplanting or placing a kidney from a living or deceased donor into a person whose kidneys are not functioning properly.
What do our kidneys do?
- Main function of our kidney is filtering, it excretes waste products in form of urea, proteins metabolism and uric acid
- Balances electrolytes (sodium, potassium, magnesium) in the body
- Regulates our blood pressure
- Helps in producing red blood cells
- Plays a key role in balancing the amount of fluid in the body
- Helps in balancing acid level
A day it filters about 30 gallons of blood to remove approximately half gallon of extra water and waste products. The most common causes of kidney disease are diabetes and high blood pressure. Working with your doctor can help prevent kidney disease.
End stage kidney disease:
Kidney transplant is recommended when you have end stage renal failure that cannot be reversed by another treatment method.
- Experienced and dedicated renal team
- 24 hours dialysis facility
- Plasmapheresis and Kidney Biopsy
- An ideal place for affordable health care with well equipped and latest infrastructures.