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In the end stages of severe renal diseases like Polycystic Kidney disease and Glomerulonephritis, kidneys lose about 90% of their functioning. But when kidneys start failing, toxic products, acid, and fluid accumulates in the body. It can affect other major organs like the heart, brain and lungs, leading to multi-organ failure. In these cases, there are only two types of treatment available for failed kidneys, which are:

  • Haemodialysis: The patient has to receive at least 2-3 dialysis sessions per week in the hospital. In this treatment, vascular access is required to pump arterial blood in the dialysis machine and then return to the body after cleaning.
  • Kidney Transplant: In this procedure, the doctors take a healthy kidney from another person and place it in the patients’ body to resume renal functions. The patient is kept on dialysis till the time renal transplant is done. 

A kidney transplant is the best treatment option for kidney failure as it ensures a better quality of life, and survival is much better than dialysis. In a kidney transplant, the surgeon will take a healthy kidney from a matching donor, either living or deceased. After the transplant, most patients get discharged after one week, and the donor gets discharged after three days. However, the patient has to take medications regularly, strictly follow the guidance of their nephrologist and actively follow a healthy lifestyle. They also have to check and maintain their blood pressure and sugar levels and get regular examinations as advised by the doctor.

A kidney transplant not only increases the survival rate of the patient but also improves the quality of life drastically. In fact, patients can start their daily work or job after three months. Even young women can bear and plan children after one year of a successful transplant. However, it is a major surgical procedure that also has risks both during and after the surgery. These risks include infection, bleeding, and damage to the surrounding organs. However, more than 95 % of renal transplants are successful and last for many years. While many people need kidney transplants, they have to find matching donors and consult with experts to check if they're suitable for this treatment.

At Eternal Hospital, we have a team of urologists, surgeons and attending physicians who specialize in treating various kinds of kidney disorders, including acute and chronic kidney diseases. The doctors and surgeons use the latest innovations to successfully treat people with kidney failure and complications of diabetes and other diseases. We have well-maintained labs and surgical rooms with advanced machines to perform the surgery with ease. 

Why Eternal Hospital?
At Eternal Hospital, we have a highly qualified and dedicated team of urologists who are always committed to providing the latest and most advanced medical care to all our patients. Being a trusted name in healthcare, we act compassionately while ensuring confidentiality to those who need it. We have set high standards in patient-centric premium care along with outstanding patient safety and exceptional maintenance in a timely manner. We adhere to the use of up to the minute innovations to offer state-of-the-art treatments to our patients with unparalleled results.