Nephrology Department or Department of Kidney at Aartham Multi Super Speciality Hospital in Ahmedabad offers complete range of consultative, diagnostic and treatment services for various kidney disease or renal disease. The team of nephrologist at Aartham Hospital commonly treat ARF, CRF, Chronic kidney diseases, Polycystic kidney and all aspects of kidney transplantation as well as dialysis in Ahmedabad.
With 12 dedicated dialysis units Aartham Hospital offers treatment for various stages of kidney diseases right from earliest detectable changes in kidney function through end-stage kidney disease, as well as patients with high blood pressure, kidney stones, and other kidney-related disorders like Acute Renal Failure, Chronic Kidney Disease.
The team of Nephrologist is consist of the best nephrologist in Ahmedabad Dr. Apurva Parekh – M.D., D.M. (Nephrology), Senior Nephrologist & Transplant Physician and Dr. Javed M Vakil – M.D.(Medicine), D.M.(Nephrology) Senior Nephrologist. Due to their vast experience, 5000+ cases, in management & treatment of Renal Disorders Aartham Multi Super Speciality Hospital is emerging as the Best Kidney Transplant Hospital in Ahmedabad.
Facilities available at The Best Kidney Hospital in Ahmedabad (Nephrology department):
Symptoms Of Kidney Disease Treated at Best Kidney Hospital in Ahmedabad
Causes Of Kidney Failure
Causes of acute renal failure includes Infection, Diarrhoea, Dehydration, Pain killers and nephrotoxic drugs, Low blood pressure, Liver disease, Heart failure, Urinary and kidney infection.
Cause of chronic renal failure includes Diabetes, Hypertension, Kidney stones, Ayurvedic medicines, Glomerular diseases, Genetic kidney diseases like polycystic disease.
Kidney Biopsy Facility at Aartham Hospital
When kidney biopsy is required? Normally kidney biopsy is required in patients having protein or blood cells in their urine and unexplained renal failure.
Kidney biopsy is a simple and safe procedure, which is done under local anaesthesia and ultrasound guidance.
Biopsy gives accurate diagnosis and prognosis of kidney disease. Thus helps in accurate treatment.
We provide best care for kidney biopsy.
Hemodialysis is a procedure in which blood is filtered by a machine to remove waste products of body.
Patients with acute renal failure and chronic renal failure ESRD may require hemodialysis.
Not all patients require long term dialysis, patients with acute renal failure require dialysis only temporary.
We have 12 modern dialysis unit at Aartham Multi Super Speciality Hospital we also have facility of PLASMOPHASESIS and SLED and DIALYSIS in critical patients in ICU.
About Peritoneal Dialysis
Patient with chronic renal failure – end stage renal disease require renal replacement therapy
1 DIALYSIS OR 2 KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION
Peritoneal dialysis is an equally effective as hemodialysis. Its main advantages are it can be done at home by patient and relatives.
We have facility for CAPD catheter insertion and training for CAPD.
Best Facility for Kidney transplantation in Ahmedabad
Kidney transplantation is best treatment for kidney failure patients.
There are two types of transplant
Living donor kidney transplant
Cadaveric kidney transplant
In our country living kidney transplantation is done most commonly.
According to Indian law mother, father, brother, sister, son, daughter, husband, wife and grandparents can donate kidney.
Kidney donation is safe and donors don’t require any treatment on precaution after transplant.
Advantages of Kidney Transplant over Dialysis
What is Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) or Chronic Renal Disease (CRD)?
Chronic kidney disease (CKD) or Chronic Renal Disease (CRD) is a gradual, permanent loss of kidney function over a period of time. When the kidneys are damaged, they eventually reduce their functionality and ultimately stop functioning. Thus, the waste substances get accumulated in blood, hampering the body. Kidney disease, if not timely treated, can lead to kidney failure. Once the kidneys fail, the patient must either opt for dialysis immediately or wait to get a new kidney, so as to avoid the risks of blood poisoning, anemia, heart disease, bone disease, impaired vision, infection, and walking disabilities.