The Nephrology department was established to deal with illnesses related to kidneys. The department encompasses all the latest equipment and a specialised team of nephrologists, kidney transplant surgeons, Interventional Nephrology Radiologists, and urologists who collaborate to diagnose and treat the full range of kidney-related conditions.
This facility is managed by a full-time nephrologist, assisted by a team of dialysis technicians and trained staff nurses who care for patients suffering from kidney complications such as Acute Kidney Failure and Chronic Kidney Diseases. Various kidney complications are systematic disorders, i.e., they are not only confined to the organ itself. These conditions need specialised treatment and medical care. The kidneys are in charge of removing waste products and excess fluid from the body. They are also important in retaining fluid intake and maintaining electrolyte concentrations which may change due to a variety of conditions or medications.
Several kidney complications are systemic disorders, which means they are not limited to the organ. These conditions necessitate specialised treatment and medical attention.