In medicine, dialysis is primarily used to provide an artificial replacement for lost kidney function (renal replacement therapy) due to renal failure. Dialysis may be used for very sick patients who have suddenly but temporarily, lost their kidney function (acute renal failure) or for quite stable patients who have permanently lost their kidney function (stage 5 chronic kidney disease).
Kidney dialysis is a life-support treatment that uses a special machine to filter harmful wastes, salt, and excess fluid from your blood. This restores the blood to a normal, healthy balance. Dialysis replaces many of the kidney's important functions. There are different types of kidney dialysis.
Our Dialysis Unit has 14 state of the art dialysis stations for stable dialysis. The Dialysis Unit is functional seven days a week with morning & afternoon sessions. We attend to the well-being of needy people stricken with end stage kidney disease. We help to nurture hope & confidence to make life more meaningful even for the neediest patients.
On an average 1200 patients undergo Haemodialysis every month at our hospital. There are no exclusion criteria on the basis of infectious diseases, all are treated using the standard precautions. All water is purified using reverse osmosis.
The hospital staff is trained to look after peritoneal dialysis. On an average 10 to 15 peritoneal dialysis are done per month.
The hospital has the facility and trained staff to look after CAPD program.
This mode of dialysis is used for very sick patients with poor cardiac reserve. With the presence of two major cardiac centers in the city we get patients for CAVH after cardiac surgery. The hospital has the facility and trained staff for CAVH and CAVHD both with and without pump. We have two spare pumps for this purpose.
Our Dialysis Unit has 4 dialysis stations dedicated for N.R.I. dialysis. These stations are booked in advance by the N.R.I.’s prior to their visit to India.