Kidney complications of diabetes mellitus and hypertension, inflammatory diseases affecting the kidney, such as systemic lupus erythematosus. Fluid and electrolyte disorders like abnormal blood levels of sodium, potassium and calcium levels. Acute and chronic kidney failure, volume overload from kidney diseases and other edematous conditions
Medical care provided by specialists improves long-term outcome and reduces complications. Our physicians will closely monitor the function of your kidney transplant and adjust your anti-rejection medications, while serving as a bridge between you and your transplant center.
Achieving optimum blood pressure control reduces the risk of kidney diseases, and death from strokes and heart disease. Treatment of hypertension requires a multifaceted approach: Medications, dietary modification, and an exercise program.
There are various methods of treating patients with end stage kidney disease (chronic kidney failure). This includes in-center hemodialysis, home hemodialysis, and peritoneal dialysis. However, kidney transplantation is the best treatment option. Early evaluation and timely referral for kidney transplantation is the desired objectiv
Patients who form stones are at risk of developing stones in the future. Although lithotripsy or surgical removal of stones provide immediate relief, the fundamentals of treatment requires careful medical evaluation and risk stratification to prevent new stone formation.