Let’s face it, there is no cure for kidney failure. But with dialysis, it is possible for patients to live long and fulfilling lives, continuing to do the things they love for years to come!
There are 2 treatment options for kidney failure: kidney dialysis and transplantation. Of course, there is a third option: the “do nothing” approach. We hope that you will never ever choose this approach.
For kidney dialysis treatment, the two major forms are haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis. Under haemodialysis, there is the option of in-centre Haemodialysis and Home Haemodialysis. Under peritoneal dialysis, patients have the option of Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis or Automated Peritoneal Dialysis.
We provide in-centre Haemodialysis treatment in our centres.
We have to face it, there is no cure for kidney failure. But we have dialysis treatments, and guidelines on which foods are good for kidneys, that makes it possible for patients to live long and fulfilling lives, being able to do the things they love for years to come!
There are two treatment options for kidney failure—kidney dialysis and kidney transplantation. We hope that you will, at all cost, choose to continuously take any of these.
Under kidney dialysis treatments are haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis.
The basic treatment is pretty much the same for the two, except that CAPD is a wearable and portable form, done in a machine-free way. In the other hand, APD are done at night, leaving the daytime of the patient free.
Kidney transplant is a major operation wherein a patient’s kidney is replaced with a healthy one. This is done in such a way that the new organ replaces the work of the two kidneys that failed, making it possible to live without having to undergo dialysis anymore.
RenalTeam provides in-centre Haemodialysis treatment in our centres.