- Nephrology is a medical discipline that deals with the diagnosis, treatment and management of kidney diseases.
- Systematic conditions that affect the kidneys and the systematic problems that lead to kidney problems are also studied in nephrology.
- The common treatments for patients include the kidney disorders like kidney stones and kidney stones.
- A person who is certified and specialized in diagnosing and treating kidney diseases is the Nephrologist or renal physician.
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Signs and symptoms
- nausea or vomiting
- loss of appetite
- fluid retention
- decrease in red blood cells(anaemia)
- difficulty in concentration
- trouble in sleeping
- poor appetite
- cramping of muscles
- swollen ankles or feet
- puffiness around the eyes
- dry or scaly skin
- frequent urination
- inflammation of the pericardium
- Family history
- High blood pressure
- Heart disease
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Diet and Nutrition
- Firstly, avoid eating fast or junk foods because it adds more table salt or high-sodium seasonings.
- Stay away from packed foods
- Choose lower potassium foods apples, cabbage, carrots, green beans, grapes and strawberries, etc.
- Intake Low-protein foods include fruits, vegetables, and cereals.
- Drink more water and keep your bowel clean and have sugar-free hard candies, ice chips, or frozen grapes.
- Have sugar – free foods for a healthy diet else it can lead to physical imbalance or diabetes.
- Reduce salt intake by avoiding or reducing eating pickles, olives and relish.
- Drink plenty of liquids, especially water
- Maintain a healthy weight
- Increase physical activity
- Don’t smoke
- Drink cranberry juice
- Empty your bladder soon after intercourse
- Avoid potentially irritating feminine products
- Change your birth control method
- Follow instructions on over-the-counter medications
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From trouble sleeping to work stress to anxiety to depression, we all have difficulty managing our emotions at times. It’s part of being human. And addressing these issues is a vital part of what we do as a primary care practice, because your emotional well-being is essential to your overall health and wellness.
We’ve redesigned the doctor’s office experience to fit your life, put you at ease, and treat you as a whole person. We create safe and inviting spaces,
ask meaningful questions, give you time to talk, and listen without judgment. Then we work with you on a plan to help you feel your best — whether you want to sleep better, feel calmer, worry less, or get a better handle on your mood.
To continue shedding a light on mental health issues, we teamed up with the award-winning musicians from Bear and a Banjo to create a song showing people they’re not alone. See how the project came to life in the video above — and if you’re struggling, we can help.
- CT scan
- Kidney biopsy
- Urine tests
- Blood tests
- Kidney biopsy
- Blood urea nitrogen (BUN)
- Estimated GFR
- Out Patient Services
- Imaging tests
- Paediatric Nephrology
- Renal Replacement Therapy
- Kidney transplantation
- Chronic Kidney Disease Management
- Acute Kidney Injury
- Electrolytes Imbalance Management
- Monitoring fluid and electrolyte balance in the body
- Peritoneal Dialysis
- Plasma Dialysis
- Liver Dialysis
- Renal Biopsy
- Central Venous Catheter insertion
- CAPD Insertions
- Full range of dialysis services and chronic dialysis provided for outpatients.
- Chronic peritoneal dialysis care, which includes the continuous cycling peritoneal dialysis (CCPD) or continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD).
- Percutaneous needle biopsy of native kidneys and kidney transplants is done with real-time ultrasound guidance.
- Percutaneous cannula placement is also done through ultrasound guidance.
- Dialysis and transplant services are provided for the patients with end-stage renal complications.
- Therapies related to all end-stage renal disease, including kidney transplantation, haemodialysis, and peritoneal dialysis are handled with comprehensive care.
- Other specialities like continuous renal replacement therapy, citrate anticoagulation for critically ill patients is treated with highly qualified nephrologists.