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The study of kidney function and illnesses is the focus of the internal medicine subspecialty known as nephrology. Nephrology deals with the diagnosis, management, and care of those requiring renal replacement therapy, such as dialysis and renal transplant patients, as well as the diagnosis and management of kidney illnesses, including electrolyte imbalances and hypertension. Many kidney diseases are systemic conditions that don't just impact the organ and may need specialised care.

Our Approach in Nephrology

The Department of Nephrology at VR Revankar Hospitals is a well-equipped facility with a specialized team of trained specialists and paramedical staff. This allows the hospital to provide patients the benefits of a multidisciplinary approach to treatment. Our facility treats children and adolescents who suffer from kidney conditions that were either congenitally present or acquired later in life. Patients with kidney illness in any stage are welcome to seek treatment here. Medical management of kidney diseases as well as dialysis are included in the services.

Conditions We Treat in Nephrology

    • Kidney stones
    • Kidney cancer
    • Kidney failure
    • Polycystic kidney disease
    • Prostate cancer
    • Bladder cancer
    • Nephrotic syndrome
    • Kidney infections

Treatments We Provide in Nephrology

      1. Hemoperfusion
      2. Dialysis
      3. Hemodialysis
      4. CAPD Catheterization
      5. Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy (CRRT)
      6. Kidney Transplantation
      7. Peritoneal Dialysis
      8. Plasmapheresis
      9. Kidney biopsy
      10. Nephrectomy
  • FAQs

    What distinguishes urology from nephrology?

    In conclusion, nephrologists specialize in treating conditions like diabetes or renal failure that impair the kidneys and their capacity to operate. Urologists treat diseases of the urinary tract, including kidney-related illnesses like blockage and kidney stones.

    What are the first three renal disease warning signs?

    1. Fatigue and dizziness Weakness is one of the early indicators of renal disease.
    2. Swelling (Edema) (Edema)
    3. Alterations in urination

    What causes kidney damage?

    Diabetes and high blood pressure are the two illnesses that impact your kidneys the most frequently. Both can be kept under control with a healthy diet and consistent exercise. It’s crucial to closely monitor your blood sugar levels if you have diabetes and to provide insulin as needed.

    How can I make sure my kidneys are healthy?

    A blood tests. The ability of your kidneys to filter waste, poisons, and excess fluid from the blood is measured by a blood test, which a clinician may also employ. The results of the blood tests will demonstrate how well and how rapidly the waste is being eliminated by your kidneys.

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