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Department of Nephrology

Dialysis is the process of removing wastes and impurities from the blood and is done when a person's kidney doesn't function properly, due to kidney failure, severe diabetes, a congenital kidney disease, hypertension or other health problems.

 Dialysis is a form of renal replacement therapy. Dialysis can be done for a short period, in case the patient is waiting for a kidney transplant. If the patient doesn't qualify for the transplant, life-long dialysis will be needed.

 There are two types of dialysis:


In hemodialysis, a machine called a dialyser is used to filter the blood. A catheter is placed in a vein in the arm, and a needle inserted into this catheter is connected to a tube that carries blood into the dialyser. In the dialyser, a semi-permeable membrane separates the blood from a dialysis fluid. The wastes in the blood pass through the membrane into the fluid, and the clean blood is sent into the body.

 Peritoneal Dialysis

In peritoneal dialysis, the abdomen is filled with a glucose-based liquid through a small hole created in the peritoneal membrane (lining of the abdominal cavity). This solution cleans the blood of wastes.

Our Facilities:

  • Dialysis for Chronic Renal failure patients at lowest price.
  • Kidney Biopsy
  • Treatment for Kidney Stone
  • Treatment of increase or decrease urine frequency ( Oliguria , Polyuria )
Doctor With This Department
DoctorName: Dr. D.P Sharada
Education:MBBS,MD (Medicine)
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Doctor With This Department
DoctorName: Dr. Sandeep Jain
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10.00AM To 2.00PM
Kota Heart Institute & Multi Speciality Hospital
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