UROLOGY / NEPHROLOGY
UROLOGY / NEPHROLOGY
The Urology Division of Samraksha Centre of Renal Sciences has a team of extensively experienced doctors, proficient in treating the whole spectrum of disorders related to the urinary tract and the reproductive system at its helm.
The Urology department has been at the forefront of providing clinical services and advanced treatment strategies for treatment of the male and female urinary tract, and for the male reproductive system. The department seeks to advance treatment options for a broad range of urological conditions and diseases, and introduce pioneering treatment techniques in India.
The Urology Division treats the entire spectrum of allied conditions going from common ailments such as urinary tract stones to minimal access procedures with lasers etc., and complicated cases like malrotation and ectopic kidneys.
The department works closely with the Nephrology division to perform live and cadaver-related kidney transplant surgeries.
The Nephrology department has conducted more than 1000 dialysis and has performed cadaver and live kidney transplantations at Samraksha Hospitals.
The team of senior nephrologists have extensive experience in dealing with complicated cases. Apart from delivering top-notch patient care, they are actively involved in carrying out frontline academic research in Nephrology.
EFFICIENCIES AND INFRASTRUCTURE:
- Reliable capabilities to treat any kidney failure
- Well-equipped clinical laboratory
- Advanced imaging facilities
- Renal biopsies
- Initiation of peritoneal dialysis, implantation of haemodialysis catheters and permanent catheters
- Exclusive haemodialysis unit
- Sustained Low-Efficiency Dialysis (SLED)
AREAS OF TREATMENT:
- Acute Kidney Injury (AKI)
- Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)
- Dialysis – Haemodialysis & peritoneal dialysis
- Kidney transplantation
- Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy (CRT)
- Diabetic kidney disease
- Congenital kidney disorders
- Glomerular disorders
- Tubular Disorders
- Acid-base & electrolyte disorders
- Renal stone disease