Offering end-to-end care, Gleneagles Global Hospitals is the best kidney transplant hospitals in India. Kidney is an important organ in the human body as it performs the major work of filtering out the waste material from the body to keep it clean and toxin-free. When this organ does not function properly, it is time for you to visit the hospital. When the kidneys are in the last stage, and no treatments works out, transplantation may be the only option.
Gleneagles Global Hospitals presents to you a team of leading doctors from the Department of Kidney Transplantation. The surgeons of the Global group are well trained and experienced in performing kidney transplantation. We have well maintained labs and surgical rooms with advanced machines to perform the surgery with ease. The transplant program covers both live and cadaveric transplants with Gleneagles Global Hospitals being the first hospital in India to perform combined Kidney & Heart transplantations.
Our mission is to provide hope to those with terminal kidney disease by informing them that kidney transplants in India are routinely performed with much dedication at the Gleneagles Global Hospitals. We also acknowledge the present and past donors who saved the lives of their near and dear ones.
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Gleneagles Global Hospitals India is the best kidney transplant hospital in India offering the best kidney transplant surgery, chronic kidney disease treatment and care for all types of kidney transplants. Helmed by the best kidney transplant surgeons in India, the hospital today is recognized as best kidney transplant surgery hospitals in India. We have been able to execute the most successful kidney transplant surgeries at the most competitive cost for kidney transplant. The best kidney transplant doctors in India, working in our hospital bring a wealth of experience and wide ranging expertise that has helped us growing into the top kidney transplant hospitals in India.
Daily moderate work-out and an active lifestyle helps maintain ideal body weight and blood pressure, which in turn staves off the risk of kidney problems.
Drinking adequate fluids helps the kidneys to eliminate excess sodium, toxins, and urea from the body. Around four to five liters of fluids daily will reduce the risk of impaired kidney function.
High blood pressure is known to be a major risk factor for kidney dysfunction. Lifestyle changes make a lot of difference in keeping your blood pressure levels within normal range. Limiting excess salt diet also reduces your risk of developing high blood pressure.
Eating a balanced diet provides various nutrients that keeps you healthy. A diet including fruits, vegetables, low-fat products, low salt and added sugars prevents many chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease which ultimately affect the kidneys.
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Kidney transplantation is a surgical procedure in which the diseased kidney transplanted with a healthy kidney. A healthy kidney can be obtained from a living donor or a cadaveric donor. Before kidney transplantation, there are several laboratory tests performed to evaluate how well the donor kidney matches with the recipient’s tissue type and blood type. The surgery may take about 3 to 4 hours. Kidney transplantation is performed under the general anesthesia.
During the procedure, an incision is made in the lower abdomen to access the diseased kidney. Then, the donor kidney is placed in the different location from the existing one. The renal artery and vein of the donor kidney will be sutured to the external iliac artery and vein. Then, the donor ureter is connected to the recipient’s bladder. The incisions are then closed with sutures and a sterile dressing is applied.