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What is nephrology?

Nephrology is the subspeciality of internal medicine that deals with kidneys. It encompasses the diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment of kidney functions, kidney diseases, etc. It deals with both acute and chronic kidney conditions.

Who is a nephrologist?

Nephrologists are doctors who have got special training in internal medicine and nephrology. They will have advanced training and expertise in kidney care and management.

Why is nephrology important?

A whole subspecialty of internal medicine needs to be dedicated to the kidney because the kidney is significant for removing waste and other extra fluids from the human body. The kidney also helps to maintain a balance of water, minerals, and salts in your body which is essential for the functioning of your body.

Chronic kidney conditions can cause diseases like anemia, high blood pressure, compromised immune system, and osteoporosis. So, it is always significant to treat kidney disorders and abnormalities at their initial stage.

What are the different types of diseases nephrology deals with?

Nephrology deals with kidney diseases like glomerular disorders, urine abnormalities, tubulointerstitial diseases, renal vascular diseases, renal failure, kidney & bladder stones, kidney infections, cancers of the bladder, kidney, or urethra, effects of diabetes & high blood pressure on kidneys, acid-base imbalances, nephrotic syndrome, dialysis and its complications, hydronephrosis, and polycystic kidney diseases.

What are the treatment options in nephrology?

Treatment methods in nephrology include medications, surgeries, renal replacement therapies, blood products, and plasma exchange. Some of the common treatments in nephrology are immunosuppression techniques to treat autoimmune and inflammatory kidney diseases, dialysis, renal transplantation, etc.

Our hospital has a good number of expert and experienced nephrologists who will help you regain your quality of life by treating and managing your kidney functions and diseases.