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Comprehensive Nephrology services under one roof

Successfully Treating –
  • Acute and Chronic renal diseases
  • Renal damage due to high blood pressure, diabetes, infections, tubulo-interstitial disorders, glomerular diseases
  • Blood in urine (hematuria)
  • Protein loss in urine (proteinuria)
  • Electrolyte or acid-base imbalance
  • Chronic and recurrent urinary tract infection
  • Hereditary renal disorders
  • Renovascular Diseases

Department of Nephrology:

Chronic Kidney Disease: 

  • Increased blood pressure due to overload of fluids.
  • Accumulation of urea in urine.
  • Potassium accumulates in blood resulting in hyperkalemia.
  • Erythropoietin synthesis decreases causing anemia.
  • Symptoms related to fluid overload may range from mild edema to pulmonary edema.
Acute Kidney Failure:
  • Decreased urine output, though it might be normal at times.
  • Swelling in legs, ankles or feet due to retention of fluids.
  • Drowsiness, fatigue, shortness in breath and Nausea.
  • Chest pain or pressure.
  • In some cases it may result in coma or seizures.
Anemia of Kidney Diseases:
  • You look pale and tired.
  • You have poor appetite and less sleep.
  • Not enough energy for your daily chores.
  • Faster heartbeat.
  • You are short of breath or depressed.
Diabetic Kidney Disease:
  • Dry, itchy skin.
  • Cramps in the muscles and puffiness around the eyes.
  • Needing to pass urine more often than normal.
  • Weight loss.
Glomerular Disease:
  • Pink or cola colored urine due to the presence of blood in the stream.
  • Anemia or kidney failure.
  • Swelling in face, feet, hands and abdomen.
  • Foamy urine due to protein content in excess.
  • Abdominal pain.
  • Low platelet count.
  • Anemia, edema, fatigue.