The Department of Nephrology at Adiva Hospital specializes in all aspects of Nephrology such as Nephrology Outpatient Consultation, Critical Care Nephrology, Haemodialysis, Peritoneal Dialysis, Vascular (Catheter) Access Placement.
The department is committed to provide superior quality and unparalleled medical care. In association with Davita-Nephrolife, The 9 machine Dialysis division is outfitted for procedures such as:
- Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis (CAPD)
The department consist of renowned nephrolgist. The nephrologist is backed up by the efficient paramedical staffs which include dialysis technicians, nurses and housekeeping staff that are well versed with their technical skills and provide superior quality and unparalleled medical care.
Department of Nephrology at Adiva Hospital provide you comprehensive medical care for patients with different types of kidney diseases like
- Acute or Chronic Kidney Failure
- Kidney Diseases due to Diabetes Mellitus, Hypertension
- Kidney Stone disease
- Hereditary Illnesses
State-of-the-art facilities for renal pathology, with complete biochemical, immunological, microbiological and histological (including immunoflorescence and Dimmuno-histo-chemistry) back up are available under one roof.
In association with Davita-Nephrolife, state of art 9 bicarbonate haemodialysis machines is available which provides Haemodialysis and Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis (CAPD). Out of these 9 machineries, 1 is completely isolated for Hepatitis C patients and 1 set-up is Intensive Care Unit for emergency and critical care cases. These machineries comes with volumetric ultrafiltration and adjustable sodium facility, provide better patient safety profile.
Regular disinfection of the Whole loop of R.O. water Suppy is taken to provide best water supply for dialysis Unit Fumigation is a regular process to prevent bactericidal and virucidal infections. Supported by highly trained Medical, Technical and Nursing staff, our dialysis unit provides the best quality care to all patients.