Acute kidney failure
Acute kidney failure is the sudden loss of kidney function. It is caused as a complication of underlying health conditions, disrupted blood supply to the kidneys or trauma and injury. Treatment includes management of the underlying cause and complications as well as 24×7 emergency services to minimise loss of and restore kidney function.
Chronic kidney disease (CKD)
Chronic kidney disease or chronic kidney failure is the gradual loss of kidney function. It is a progressive condition that worsens with time without proper care. Conditions like hypertension, high cholesterol and diabetes are common causes of CKD. Medicines, lifestyle changes and dialysis are offered as lines of treatment.
Kidney or renal cancer is a highly common cancer. Risk factors include obesity, smoking, high blood pressure, family history, inherited genetic conditions and old age. Kidney cancer treatment protocols are tailor-made based on factors like stage of cancer, patient’s overall health and age.
Kidney stones are hard mineral deposits that collect inside the kidneys. Common causes include These stones can vary in size and number. Large-sized or multiple stones may lead to extreme pain and often require emergency care. Surgical and nonsurgical interventions including LASER surgery are offered as lines of treatments.