Kidney and Urology Institute

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Medanta Institute of Kidney and Urology is a unique resource for those with the diseases of the urinary system, including the kidneys, bladder and prostate gland. As the major tertiary and quaternary care centre in North India, we are proud to offer some of the region’s finest experts covering ...

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The Medanta Institute of Kidney and Urology provides care and treatment for all disorders associated with the prostate, bladder, kidney, or urinary tract.

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At the Kidney and Urology Institute of Medanta, we continuously strive to provide our patients top-notch treatment at affordable prices for various kidney disorders, cancer, and benign urological diseases by integrating and leveraging our combined...

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Chronic Kidney Disease Clinic

The gradual loss of kidney function is referred to as Chronic Kidney Disease. At an advance stage of the disease, dangerous levels of fluid, electrolytes, and eastes can build up in your body. Our team at Medanta’s Chronic Kidney Disease Clinic, focusses on slowing the progression of kidney damage, usually by controlling the underlying cause. The clinic is well equipped to provide treatments like dialysis and kidney transplant. Regenerative medicine is another breakthrough treatment for CKD which can be done without dialysis and demands no surgical operation.

Kidney Transplant Clinic, Pre-Transplant & Post- Transplant

Medanta’s doctors at Kidney Transplant Clinic use proven innovations to treat people with chronic kidney disease or end-stage renal disease (ESRD). Our experience in using minimally invasive surgery, new medicines to prevent organ rejection and specialised procedures makes Medanta a leader in transplant outcomes in India. Patients for renal transplantation undergo an extensive evaluation to identify factors that may have an adverse effect on the outcome. At Medanta, we have a special committee that meets regularly to discuss the results of the evaluation to identify the best treatment for the patient.

Prostate Clinic

Our prostate and bladder clinic is a service wholly focussed on problems like interstitial cystitis, benign prostatic hyperplasia, stress incontinence, urge incontinence, and prostatitis. We regularly provide effective treatment for patients and specialise in treatments such a robotic surgeries for prostate cancer, which are not widely provided elsewhere.

Stone Clinic

Kidney stones or renal lithiasis are hard deposists made of minerals and salts that form inside your kidneys. Our team at Medanta’s Stone Clinic will guide you through your treatment depending on your situation. The treatment can vary from drinking water for small stones to surgeries to remove very large stones in kidney. For certain kidney stones, depending on size and location, we may recommend a procedure called Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy (ESWL).

Paediatric Urology Clinic

The Paediatric Urology Clinic provides compassionate and comprehensive care to diagnose and treat all childhood urological problems. The conditions treated at the clinic include bedwetting (enuresis), bladder exstrophy, cloacal exstrophy, undescended testicle, epispadias and vesicoureteral reflux. The clinic at Medanta has been set up to minimise trauma and recovery time for parents as well as patients. Our multidisciplinary team works together to provide parents with a detailed therapeutic plan for all genitourinary issues.

Sexual Function and Infertility Clinic

Sexual dysfunction is more openly discussed that in the past, but still only a fraction of the population with these problems seek medical care. Common sexual problems include erectile dysfunction or impotence, premature ejaculation, Peyronie’s disease or penile curvature and hypogonadism. At Medanta, we can help untangle the causes of sexual dysfunction and infertility problems with a full range of treatments.

Urinary Incontinence Clinic

Urogenital Cancer Clinic

Stricture Urethra Clinic

Female Urology Clinic

Utilize cutting-edge technology

  • The Da Vinci Si 3D Robot

    The Da Vinci robotic technology is the most advanced platform for minimally invasive surgery available today.  It enables surgeons to perform delicate and complex surgeries through a few tiny incisions, instead of giving the patient a big cut. The system has an ergonomically designed console where the surgeon sits while operating. The hand movements of the surgeon are converted into corresponding micro-movements of instruments inside the patient’s body.

  • Lithotripsy Machine

    uses an externally-applied, focused, high- intensity acoustic pulse to break a urinary or kidney stone into small pieces that can more easily travel through the urinary tract and pass out with urine in a few days or weeks. It is usually an outpatient procedure and takes about an hour to do. Sedatives or anaesthetics may be used for patient comfort. ESWL is a safe procedure and may be used on children and on individuals with only one working kidney.

  • MRI/TRUS Fusion system for 3D Targeted Prostate Biopsy

    A revolutionary imaging and 3D navigation system that provides a complete prostate biopsy management platform. The system has the ability to take information available in MR and use it in conjunction with your standard ultrasound guided biopsy. Using robotic principles that mimic the physicians arm, the machine increases the accuracy, robustness and reliability of performing a MRI/US Fusion-Targeted Biopsy.

  • Urodynamics

Avail advanced treatment and procedures

  • Robotic Radical Prostatectomy

    A robotic radical prostatectomy is performed on patients suffering from prostate cancer. This is a minimally invasive surgical procedure. The prostate gland and some of the tissues that surround it are removed during this surgery.

  • Percutaneous Renal Surgery

    In a percutaneous nephrostomy, a special medical instrument is passed through the patient’s skin all the way into the kidney. This procedure is done in order to remove stones from the patient’s kidney. To make sure the catheter is inserted correctly, a special type of X-ray is used.

  • TRUS/MRI FUSION Prostate Biopsy

    After an advanced MRI image of the prostate has been produced, the doctors using special technology fuse the image with a live transrectal ultrasound. This biopsy is used to diagnose prostate cancer in patients.

  • Optical Internal Urethrotomy (OIU)

    Urethrotomy is a surgery wherein the body tissues are removed from the urethra for relief of a stricture. The OIU uses an endoscopic device called urethrotome. Along with the urethrotome, an incision is made with a sharp knife in the urethra. This process removes any unwanted tissues that might be present in the urethra.

  • Bladder Neck Incision

    A bladder neck incision, as the name suggests, is an incision made in the neck of the patient’s bladder in order to improve the urine flow, and relieve the urinary pressure in the bladder. A telescope is used to remove the obstruction from the bladder.

  • Nephroureterectomy

    Nephroureterectomy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure, performed to remove the renal pelvis, ureter, kidney, and the bladder cuff of the patient. It is most commonly performed on patients with a cancer in their kidney.

  • Urethroplasty

    Urethroplasty refers to the repair of any kind of injury or defect existing within the walls of a person’s urethra. It is considered to be an excellent treatment for the urethral strictures, and the outcomes offered are better than other types of treatments.

  • Dialysis

    Dialysis is used to carry out the basic functions of a person’s kidneys when they stop working properly. Dialysis filters and then purifies the blood using a machine. If a person does not opt for dialysis after his/her kidney’s fails to function, waste products including salt get accumulated in the blood and poison the body.

  • Sling Procedure

    A sling procedure is performed to treat urinary incontinence in women. In this procedure, around the urethra, a sling is placed in order to lift and return the urethra to its normal position. The sling is attached the wall of the abdomen.

  • Pelvic Floor Repair

    Pelvic floor repair is the most common surgery performed for prolapse. Pelvic floor repair is basically a broad term used for simple surgical procedures performed on the floor of the pelvic. The surgery is performed under general, regional, and local anaesthetic.

  • Urethroscopy

  • Retrograde Intrarenal Surgery

  • Penile Implant

  • Artificial Urinary Sphincter Placement

Why choose Medanta?

The Medanta Institute of Kidney and Urology offers an amalgamation of world class technologies and expert treatment exercised through trusted and experienced hands. The Institute is well equipped with experienced team of urologists and nephrologists who specialize in kidney transplants. We are one of the premier centres in the world using minimally invasive surgical techniques including the state-of-the art Da Vinci robotic surgery for kidney transplants. We provide an excellent support team, in terms of blood bank, urgent and quick pathology facilities and nursing care. The Institute also provides round-the-clock care for dialysis, transplant and chronic kidney disease.

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Research & Publications

  • Comparative testing of reliability and audit utility of ordinal objective calculus complexity scores. Can we make an informed choice yet? - British Journal Urology International (BJUI) , 2016
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  • Reconstructive surgery for the management of genitourinary tuberculosis: A single center experience - J Urol. , 2006
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  • Safety of holmium laser prostatectomy in patients with cardiac pacemaker implant - Ind J Urol , 2006
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  • Atypical presentation of pheochromocytoma: Central nervous system pseudovasculitis - Indian Journal of Urology. 2017 Jan 1;33(1):82 , 2017
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  • Assessment of the performance of Partin’s nomogram (2007) in contemporary Indian cohort - Indian J Urol 2016: 199-203 , 2016
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  • Selective Indication for Check Cystogram before catheter removal following Robot Assisted Radical Prostatectomy - Indian J Urol 2016: 32: 120-3 , 2016
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  • Role of computed tomography with no contrast medium enhancement in predicting the outcome of extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy for urinary calculi - BJU Int. , 2005
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  • Radical cystectomy in septuagenarian patients with bladder cancer - Int Urol Nephrol. , 2004
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  • Prospective randomized comparison of Transurethral Resection of Prostate Using vapor resection (Wedge TM) Loop and Standard Loop in Prostates larger than 40 CC - Ind.J.Urol. , 2001
  • Duplication of urethra with complete atresia of the orthotopic channel I-stage reconstruction - J.Urol , 2000
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