Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Cadaver Renal Transplantation : For Failed Kidney

When kidneys lost its ability to function, it reach a condition called end stage renal disease. Treatment for renal failure include hemodialysis, peritonial dialysis and kidney transplant. When none of these options work, the doctor recommends for the kidney transplantion.

What is Cadaveric Renal Transplant?


Kidney transplant can be done from a living donor or from a deceased donor. If it is from a deceased donor (brain dead or heart dead) it is called cadaver renal transplantion.

The Uniform Anatomical Gift Act allows to donate organs for transplant after death. All donors will be screened for medical fitness and will be placed on waiting list. A blood sample for antibody level will be sent monthly to the medical centre. The waiting period will depend upon the availability the compatible donor.


How transplant surgery done? 


The surgery places the new kidney in the pelvis. The artery and vein are connected to the two blood vessels in the pelvis. The ureter is transplanted thorough an incision in the bladder. A cadaver kidney is temporarily slow in functioning and is called “sleepy kidney”. It will work like a normal kidney in two to four weeks.

How to keep kidney healthy ?

  • Keep blood pressure and suger level under control 
  • Eat kidney friendly diet 
  • Maintain healthy fluid intake 
  • Avoid smoking 
  • Stop taking counter pills at regular basis. 

South Indian Institute for Urology and Transplant(SIIUT) have excellent facilities and expertise specialists for urological operations. SIIUT provides complete diagnosis and treatment of urological diseases under one roof. The dedicated team of doctors and staff created a patient friendly environment to the patient.

For more details,
Visit us: www.siiut.com
Mail us: urologyhospital123@gmail.com

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