Urology and Kidney Transplant

The human body's ability to maintain normal function with just 15% kidney capacity is truly remarkable. Kidneys, integral to our primary waste drainage system, are increasingly affected by conditions like chronic kidney disease, kidney failure, urinary tract infections, and prostate cancer, impacting the entire urinary tract. In such cases, seeking medical guidance from specialists like nephrologists and urologists becomes essential.
Ivy Hospital's Centre for Urology and Kidney Transplant is renowned for its best-in-class nephrologists and urologists, delivering personalized care and cutting-edge treatments. With expertise in treating complex kidney and urological issues, including chronic kidney disease, acute kidney failure, haematuria, kidney stones, and urinary tract infections, our approach prioritizes minimally invasive treatments, reserving surgery as the last resort. Our high-tech procedures, such as Laparoscopic Urological Surgery, advanced hemodialysis, ABO Incompatible Kidney Transplant, Renal Transplantation, Uro-Oncology, and Reconstructive Surgery of the Urinary Tract, have restored health and brought smiles to thousands of patients. Our multi-faceted team, combined with cutting-edge advancements in medical treatment, ensures the best possible recovery for our patients. 
Driven by a belief in providing the best treatment options, we strive for excellence in every aspect of care, enabling patients to reclaim their health with confidence and a smile. Trust Ivy Hospital for comprehensive and compassionate care in Urology and Kidney Transplantation.

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A urologist specializes in treating conditions affecting the urinary tract and male reproductive system. You should see a urologist if you experience symptoms like urinary incontinence, blood in urine, erectile dysfunction, or have concerns about your reproductive health.

A kidney transplant is a surgical procedure where a healthy kidney from a donor is transplanted into a recipient with kidney failure. Candidates for kidney transplants typically have end-stage renal disease (ESRD) and are healthy enough to undergo surgery.

A kidney transplant surgery typically takes around 3 to 4 hours. Recovery involves a hospital stay of about 5 to 10 days, followed by close monitoring and medications to prevent organ rejection. Patients gradually resume normal activities over several weeks to months.

Risks include organ rejection, infection, bleeding, and complications related to anesthesia. Long-term risks include side effects of immunosuppressant medications, which suppress the immune system to prevent rejection but increase susceptibility to infections and other health issues.

After a kidney transplant, lifestyle changes include following a healthy diet low in salt, sugar, and processed foods to protect kidney function. Regular exercise, avoiding tobacco and excessive alcohol, and adhering to medication schedules are crucial for maintaining overall health and preventing complications.

With proper care and adherence to medical recommendations, many kidney transplant recipients can lead full, active lives. While lifelong medication and regular medical follow-up are necessary, many people return to work, engage in physical activities, and enjoy a good quality of life post-transplant.

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