Kidney and Urology Institute

Nephrology

About the Speciality

Disease reversal is a key driving force of our nephrologists. They work efficiently to ensure that the health of patients' kidney doesn’t deteriorate and improves to an extent that it needs intervention of their surgical counterparts - the urologists. We deliver a full range of diagnostic and disease management services, which is affordable, and work towards making the patient comfortable throughout the process of treatment and improving their quality of life after. Our sophisticated and latest technology aids our team of doctors in performing the treatment with precision.

A word from our leaders

What we treat?

At our Nephrology Division at Medanta, we invest our efforts, time, and skill into helping people manage the health of their kidneys with various non-invasive interventions.

Our approach to treat you

The Division of Nephrology works with the Division of Urology to look after the different treatment modalities depending on the stage of the disease. This integrated team of doctors makes sure that every patient receives suitable and advanced care...

Consult with experienced doctors

Visit our specialised clinics

Chronic Kidney Disease Clinic

This clinic delivers treatment and services to every patient who reports any kind of longstanding problem with their kidneys, which might lead to renal failure.

Hypertension Clinic

Hypertension, more commonly known as the condition of a high blood pressure is on a rapid rise. The hypertension clinic at Medanta offers its services and care to everyone who has such a problem.

Transplant Clinic

This clinic deals with patients who come in for organ transplants. We have both a pre-transplant setup, and a post-transplant setup to properly help the patients before and after their organ transplantation.

Comprehensive Diabetic Clinic

The comprehensive diabetic clinic caters to patients with a high risk of diabetes.

Patient education programmes & preventive nephrology

Utilize latest technology

  • Computed Tomography (CT)

    Computed Tomography is an innovative non-invasive imaging technique that provides a complete 3-Dimensional visual representation of the internal organs. The device keeps rotating, obtaining data from different viewpoints which is then processed by a computer to produce a slice-wise imagery of your organ being diagnosed.

  • PET CT

    PET (Positron Emission Tomography) is an imaging technique used to observe metabolic processes in a human body. CT (Computed Tomography) X-ray scan is also performed on the patient during the same session and with the same machine. The imaging thus obtained helps identify abnormal anatomy and metabolic activity, indicating cancerous growth.

  • MRI TRUS Fusion biopsy

    TRUS stands for Transrectal Ultrasonography. When it is merged with imaging from MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging), smallest of abnormalities can be detected, increasing the sensitivity of the diagnosis, helping in early and accurate diagnosis.

  • Bone Scan

    Two X-ray shafts of light, consisting of different energy levels, image the bones of the patient. The created pictures help identify the bone loss and helps quantify bone mineral density.

Avail advanced treatment and procedures

  • Percutaneous Nephrostomy

    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.

  • Adrenalectomy

    Adrenalectomy refers to the surgical removal of the two adrenals in a person’s body. Adrenals are the two organs located above each kidney, and are responsible for secreting hormones that regulates a person’s immune system, blood sugar levels, and metabolism.

  • 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.

  • 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.

Why choose Medanta?

The Medanta Institute of Kidney and Urology offers advanced and latest technologies, expert treatment exercised through experienced team of urologists and nephrologists who specialize in kidney transplants. We are among the global centres using minimally invasive surgical techniques including da Vinci robotic surgery for kidney transplants. We are supported by a blood bank, urgent pathology facilities and nursing care. The Institute also provides round-the-clock care for dialysis, transplant and chronic kidney disease.

Our Success Stories

See how Medanta’s doctors treated patients using advanced technologies and procedures.

All patient's stories

What's new?

The team of doctors at Medanta is involved in research and advancements going on. A look into what our team at the Nephrology Division is up to.

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