What is dialysis?
Dialysis is a form of treatment for patients with kidney failure as a result of kidney disease. It is a process for removing excess water and blood from the body, simulating the work of the kidney.
Our 30 station round-the-clock dialysis center is designed to provide utmost comfort and care to the dialysis patients.
- Outpatient dialysis
- Dialysis for patients with end stage renal disease
- Bedside dialysis for hospitalized patients with acute renal disease
- Peritoneal Dialysis
- Speciality dialysis care for high-risk maternity patients
- Psycho-Social Counselling
- Consultation with Dietician
We also have an acute dialysis centre at Dr. KMH for in-patients suffering from chronic kidney failure who may have specialist requirements. Our kidney dialysis treatment includes:
- Haemodialysis is a way of cleansing the blood of toxins, extra salt and fluids through a dialysis machine. It helps maintain proper chemical balance such as potassium, sodium and chloride and keeps blood pressure under control
- Haemodiafiltration is a form of renal replacement therapy that utilizes convective in combination with diffusive clearance, which is used in standard haemodialysis.
- Peritoneal dialysis is a form of dialysis that means you can treat kidney failure in the comfort of your own home.
We deliver approximately around 18000 dialysis sessions a year. The centre provides state of art maintenance dialysis in 4 shifts between early mornings to late evenings.