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Haemodialysis, what Is it?
The process of filtering and purifying the blood of a person whose kidneys are below the  optimal level of functioning.
The kidneys have a role of filtering waste and excessive fluid from the body. It maintains a healthy balance of water, salts, minerals such as sodium, calcium, phosphorous and potassium in the blood by regulation and excretion of excess fluid. In cases where kidney functions are compromised, hemodialysis maybe necessary to maintain and restore the balance of body chemistry. Any slight imbalances in this chemistry may lead to consequences that could prove fatal.

Who needs Haemodialysis?
Anyone whose Kidneys have been deteriorated and have lost about 85-90 percent of Kidney function or having a glomerular filtration rate of less than 15. Not only do chronic kidney failures need hemodialysis but temporary hemodialysis may also be needed for individuals recovering from other medical conditions until kidney functions return to normal levels. Fairly common medical conditions these days in which hemodialysis maybe needed if these medical conditions worsen are:
Inflammation of Kidney (Nephritis)
* Inflammation of Blood vessel (Vasculitis)
Polycystic kidney disease

Our Dialysis wing is well equipped with industry standard dialysis machines, adequately trained staffs, specialists and full-fledged ICU backup. Our services are available for in-patients as well as out-patients.
Schedule an appointment today for Nephrology Consultation:
           • Dr. Uspal Bajracharya
              Sunday-Friday: 3:00pm Onwards
          • Dr. Arvind Shah
             Sunday – Tuesday: 4:30pm – 5:30pm
             Thursday – Friday: 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
             Saturday: 11:00am – 1:00pm