CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR RENAL SCIENCES (KIDNEY)The Centre for Renal Sciences at Nayati excels in providing complete kidney care through a full range of diagnostic and therapeutic services, at par with top hospitals in the country. The Centre has some of the finest medical professionals, world-class operation theatres, latest medical equipment and state-of-the-art technologies to treat a wide spectrum of conditions ranging from kidney and urology disorders to surgeries and kidney transplants.
Conditions and abnormalities related to the kidneys are handled by the Nephrology Department. A variety of acute and chronic kidney diseases requiring highly-specialised services are handled through our OPDs, Emergency Room, the inpatient wards, daycare, ICUs and dialysis units.KNOW MORE
- Peritoneal Dialysis (CAPD)
- Critical Care Nephrology
- Paediatric Nephrology
- Temporary Jugular or Femoral Catheter
- Permanent or Tunnelled Jugular or Femoral Catheter
- Peritoneal Dialysis Catheter
- AV fistula and AV graft
The Department of Urology manages disorders of the male and female urinary tracts and male reproductive organs. It includes comprehensive treatment plans for health issues such as prostate and bladder cancer, overactive bladder, male infertility, kidney stones, obstructive problems of the urinary tract, and construction of AV Fistula, among a host of other conditions. Urologists work alongside teams from other departments to offer multidisciplinary care for open, keyhole and laparoscopic surgeries to treat urological conditions.
- Kidney Stone
- Male infertility Treatment
- Kidney Problems in Pregnant Women
- Creation of a neobladder – an artificial bladder that helps pass urine normally in the case of a radical cystectomy (bladder removal).
- Radical surgery for prostate and kidney cancer.
- Repair of AV Fistula stenosis (fistuloplasty) or central venous stenosis (venoplasty).
- Repair physical abnormalities trauma and accident injuries in the kidneys ureter and the ladder
- Surgeries for diseases of the kidneys adrenal gland and ureter with ease.
Also called renal transplant, kidney transplant is a complex, high-expertise procedure for patients with end-stage renal disease. In this procedure, a healthy kidney from a donor is surgically removed and transplanted into the patient. Nayati Medicity has a dedicated kidney transplant division where our doctors, nurses and support staff follow well-established protocols for patient safety, smooth procedures and aftercare. Surgeons of this division also perform multiple-vessel transplants – another advanced surgical procedure.
- ABOi-KT (blood group incompatible) transplant
- Second or third transplant
- Kidney donor swap transplant
- Cadaver transplants (kidney from brain-dead donors).
Health Conditions We Treat
Acute Kidney Injury
Chronic Kidney Disease
Diabetic Kidney Disease
Hypertensive Kidney Disease
Acid-base and Electrolyte Disorders
Polycystic Kidney Disease
Urinary Tract Infections
Haemodialysis/Peritoneal Dialysis-related Problems
Kidney Transplant-related Problems
Our Department's Strengths
State-of-the-Art Operation TheatresNayati has modular operation theatres equipped as per JCI standard...
Nayati has modular operation theatres equipped as per JCI standards. We are also one of the first in the country to integrate data and images on a single screen to project outside an operation theatre for academic purposes.
First of its Kind in the RegionThe Centre for Renal Sciences provides comprehensive kidney care...
The Centre for Renal Sciences provides comprehensive kidney care through a full range of diagnostic and therapeutic services. To provide the best care, we have specialised divisions called the Department of Nephrology, and Department of Urology as well as a division dedicated to kidney transplants.
World-Class Dialysis UnitsAt Nayati, we are equipped to provide treatments such as haemodial...
At Nayati, we are equipped to provide treatments such as haemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis (manual and automated) and special dialysis for kidney failure and chronic kidney disease. The Centre has the latest SLED and CRRT machines for critically-ill patients in the ICU undergoing special dialysis. Our advanced dialysis unit is supported by the latest water processing plant to provide clean and pure water for the safest dialysis.
Dedicated Kidney Transplant DivisionA dedicated kidney transplant division works round the clock in...
A dedicated kidney transplant division works round the clock in providing the best care to critically ill kidney patients as well as their donors. The team also specializes in multiple-vessel (up to four vessels) transplants.
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Kidney stones removed without any incisionsManav Chaturvedi, a 19-year-old Mathura resident, was in acute pain, having developed kidney stones. He visited...
Healthy after a successful kidney transplant at NayatiMs Hemlata Sharma, a Gwalior resident, was suffering from kidney disease. Further examinations indicated kidney...
1. Is kidney failure a permanent condition?
Yes, if it’s a chronic condition (old, more than three months’ duration). However, if it’s a new problem (acute), there is a 50% chance of recovery with proper treatment.
2. Will dialysis cure my kidney disease?
Dialysis does not cure kidney disease. It simply undertakes the work of the kidneys.
3. How long do haemodialysis sessions last? How long will I need to do haemodialysis?
Regular haemodialysis session lasts for 4 hours, done twice or thrice a week. One needs to continue dialysis lifelong or till one has a kidney transplant done.
4. Do I have to get admitted to the hospital for peritoneal dialysis?
In the beginning, yes, for insertion of peritoneal dialysis catheter and for 3-4 days’ training. After that, it is done at home. Later, you may need to visit the hospital for regular check-ups once in two or three months.
5. Are there any financial health loans for my kidney disease treatment?
Yes, some financial institutions provide a loan for this purpose.
6. Does Nayati help in finding donors if I need a kidney transplant?
No. You need to find a kidney donor yourself.