A wide range of acute and chronic kidney disorders, including dialysis and kidney transplantation, can be covered by the Department of Nephrology at B.P Poddar. The transplant facilities of the departments are designed to provide reliable treatment and good results even in transplants that are incompatible with ABO. Our professional physicians team is known for their outstanding nursing expertise and care in all patient groups, from children to adults. To address the demands of multiple life saving operations, we have an excellent team of professionals, nephrologists, urologists with requisite skills. We provide the most sophisticated diagnostics, a thorough preoperative review, and dialysis assistance, the new procedural equipment, and full aftercare to reduce infection opportunities. We also include the dialysis facility driven by an effective team and the licensed dieticians of nephrologists, nurses, and qualified hemodialysis technicians. We provide experience to carry out renal transplants involving over 1,500 kidney transplantations, including complicated transplants of kidneys such as child-like transplants, HIV positive transplants, Canada-wide transplants, incompatible ABO transplants. SMEs and adults are provided with peritoneal dialysis, hemodialysis, SCED & CRRT. Patients with renal disorders require superior treatment, optimism, and support, and we are proud of our team commitment to getting our patients to success. Via our services, we guarantee customer convenience and happiness. The B.P Poddar Nephrology Division works closely with cardiologists, endocrinologists, pharmacists, clinicians, educators, and dieticians to offer quality, cost-efficient service to patients with kidney disorders. B.P Poddar provides comprehensive ambulatory and hospital nephrology services and dialysis services.
The treatment of B.P Poddar includes:
For patients with chronic kidney faults, B.P Poddar provides extensive renal substitution therapy solutions. Dialysis professionals offer extensive services to patients, including: