Our Kidneys help maintain normal salt and water balance in our body by removing the liquid waste from the blood. In an adult of normal weight (60-65kg), about 1200ml of blood flows through both the kidneys every minute (this is about 20-25% of heart output). Therefore, normal functioning of kidneys is critical for maintaining the body’s balance.
The above symptoms/signs are given to you as a warning and should be used as general guideline only. Contact your doctor if you notice any of the above for further advice on investigation and treatment.
Kidney disease is detected only when you go for urine / blood checkup. A large number of patients with kidney disease are asymptomatic. Doctor’s advice is a must for any treatment.
BPH Management – State-of-the-art facility to manage this common disease affecting elderly population. Ultramodern laser treatment for prostate along with conventional microsurgery like TURP, Saline TURP (Plasma Kinetic Resection)
Stone Management – Modern facility to manage Urinary Stone Disease
ESWL: Non-invasive extra corporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy to manage suitable kidney stone. This technique powders the stone into sand-like particles, which are washed away
PCNL: Per-cutaneous Nephrolithotomy is a minimally-invasive method whereby kidney stones are removed by establishing a keyhole tract to the stone from the kidney.
Uretero-renoscopy: Endoscopic technique to break and remove ureteric stones by applying energy sources like pneumatic lithotripsy and laser lithotripsy.
Facility for treatment of urological cancers with facility for following surgeries:
Facility for advanced reconstructive urology involving urological diseases like Stricture Urethra, Hypospadius, Epispadius, Genito-Urinary Fistula.
Hemodialysis is a process by which blood is purified by taking it out of the body with the help of a machine and passing it through a ‘Dialyser’ (Artificial Kidney). Blood is taken out of the body via a needle (A.V.F.). In the dialyser, blood and dialyzing fluid flow on either side of a semi permeable membrane. This removes the toxic waste and excess water from the blood. The pure blood is returned to the body. This process of taking out and putting in the blood continues for 3-4 hours. The dialysis has to be repeated at least 3 times a week.
AAMI Standard Double RO purified ultrapure water treatment plant
MBBS, DTMH, MD (Medicine), DNB (Nephrology), MRCP SCE (UK) (Nephrology)
Senior Register Nephrology
MBBS, MD (Nephrology)
Associate Consultant Nephrology
MBBS, MD (General Medicine) & DNB (Nephrology)
Director & Head (MIKD), Sr. Vice Chairman
MD( Gen.Med.), DM (Nephrology),DNB (Nephrology), FISN
MD (Medicine), DM (Nephrology)
Associate Consultant - Department of Urology
MBBS, MS (General Surgery), M.Ch (Urology)
MBBS, MS (Gen. Surg.), M.Ch.
Consultant, Urologist & Andrologist
MS, DNB (Urosurgery)
MS (General Surgery), M.Ch (Urology)
MS (Gen Sur), MRCS