At Medanta Hospital's Urology and Nephrology Department, a collaborative team of urologists, nephrologists, and related specialists works harmoniously to provide each patient with comprehensive care, free from individual bias.
Our dedicated clinicians collaborate with a skilled support network, including nurses, technicians, and researchers, to deliver compassionate and comprehensive care at every stage of treatment.
From prevention to advanced treatments, we encompass the entire range of urological and kidney care, promoting well-being and addressing complex conditions.
Our in-house fleet ensures rapid and advanced critical life support transfers.
We have an extensive track record, having performed over 4,000 patient transfers with a cumulative flying time of 16,000 hours.
Our expertise extends to advanced critical life support transfers, both by road and by air, including IABP and ECMO procedures.
For patients with communicable diseases like TB or COVID and those requiring contact precautions, we have designated isolation rooms.
Peritoneal dialysis is a dialysis technique that requires the surgical implantation of a peritoneal dialysis catheter (PD Catheter) to filter your blood through the peritoneum membrane in your abdomen. The process requires a fluid called Dialysate, to be pumped into your Peritoneum (to absorb waste from your blood) and drained out (via your abdomen) into a drainage bag. This exercise can require a few hours to complete and will need to be conducted 4-6 times in a single day.
Hemodialysis is a commonly prescribed procedure for people who have trouble with excreting waste from their body. It involves using an artificial kidney machine called a Hemodialyzer to clean your blood. The blood is run through an external machine for a few hours, which filters and cleans it. This procedure is typically carried out in a hospital, but it can also be done at home for people who require long-term dialysis due to severe cases.
Kidney transplant is a surgical procedure that involves transplanting a healthy kidney from either a living or deceased donor to a recipient who has kidney failure. This life-saving intervention is aimed at restoring normal kidney function and improving the recipient's quality of life.
Andrology and urogynecology disorders affecting the male reproductive system and pelvic floor in women are treated using a multidisciplinary approach. Treatment options include medication, hormone therapy, surgical interventions, assisted reproductive technologies, pelvic floor physical therapy, medications, minimally invasive procedures, or reconstructive surgery.
Chronic Kidney Failure, or Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), is a gradual loss of kidney function over time. It can result from various conditions, leading to irreversible damage. Management involves lifestyle changes and, in advanced stages, dialysis or transplantation.
Acute Kidney Failure, or Acute Kidney Injury (AKI), is a sudden decline in kidney function, often due to underlying medical conditions, toxins, or severe dehydration. Prompt medical intervention is crucial.
Kidney stones are small, rigid mineral deposits that form within the kidneys. They can induce intense pain and discomfort as they traverse the urinary tract.
BPH is a non-malignant enlargement of the prostate gland that frequently affects older men. It results in urinary symptoms such as frequent urination and a weakened urine flow. While not life-threatening, treatment may be required if the symptoms become severe.
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Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy (ESWL) is a medical technique that uses high-intensity sound waves externally to break down kidney or urinary stones into smaller fragments, which makes them easi.. Continue Reading
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