Kidney Transplant Surgery in India
- Understanding Kidney disease
- Functions of the kidneys
- What is renal function?
- Why do kidneys fail?
- Types of Kidney disease
- What are the signs of chronic kidney disease (CKD)?
- How do we detect kidney disease?
- What are the stages of CKD?
- Treatment for Chronic Kidney Disease
- Preparing for End-stage Renal Disease (ESRD)
- Kidney Transplantation Facts
- Kidney Transplantation Documents
- Required Donor Documents
The Centres of Nephrology and Urology have a sizeable and comprehensive renal transplant program, having performed both autologous and cadaveric transplants. It has the first organ transplant registry in India. The Centres also perform minimally invasive surgery for renal donors thereby minimising post-operative recovery time and hospitalisation.
The stringent infection control practices, immunosuppressive protocols and proactive vigil for complications and their prompt management make the service a huge success. The Transplant unit also integrates, analyzes and addresses the health needs of the transplant patient and his or her family. The Apollo Hospitals group has performed more than 10, 000 kidney transplants till date. We perform nearly 400 Kidney transplants each year.
State-of-the-art procedures for kidney transplantation include:
- Cadaveric renal transplantation
- Cadaver-donor kidney transplantation
- Living donor kidney transplants (from both related and unrelated donors)
- Laparoscopic donor Nephrectomy
UPDATED ON 15/11/2023