Kidney Dialysis (Haemodialysis) in Gurgaon

Kidney dialysis is a treatment form for patients having improperly functioning kidneys.

Kidney dialysis is offered by the listed diagnostic centers and hospitals in Gurgaon. Rates and address details are included in the list below.

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Kidney Dialysis (Haemodialysis) Hospitals in Gurgaon
Pushapanjali Hospital

Pushapanjali Hospital
Cost of Kidney Dialysis (Haemodialysis): 2200.00

John Hall Road, Civil Lines,
Gurgaon, Haryana 122001
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Park Hospital

Park Hospital
Cost of Kidney Dialysis (Haemodialysis): 4600.00

Q Block South City Main Sector 47, Near Gurgaon, Sohna Road,
Gurgaon, Haryana 122003
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Alchemist Hospitals Limited

Alchemist Hospitals Limited
Cost of Kidney Dialysis (Haemodialysis): 6750.00

Sector - 53, Saraswati Kunj, Golf Course Road,
Gurgaon, Haryana 122002
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Neelkanth Hospital

Neelkanth Hospital
Cost of Kidney Dialysis (Haemodialysis): 2850.00

NR - 1, Phase III, DLF, Near Guru Dronacharya Metros Station
Gurgaon, Haryana 122002
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Medanta The Medicity - Global Health Pvt Ltd

Medanta The Medicity - Global Health Pvt Ltd
Cost of Kidney Dialysis (Haemodialysis): 3000.00

Sector 38
Gurgaon, Haryana 122001
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Artemis Hospital

Artemis Hospital
Cost of Kidney Dialysis (Haemodialysis): 3020.00

Sector - 51
Gurgaon, Haryana 122001
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Aryan Hospital Pvt Ltd

Aryan Hospital Pvt Ltd
Cost of Kidney Dialysis (Haemodialysis): 3000.00

Old Railway Road,
Gurgaon, Haryana 122001
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Paras Hospital

Paras Hospital
Cost of Kidney Dialysis (Haemodialysis): 5750.00

C Blcok, Sushant Lok, Phase-1, Sector-43
Gurgaon, Haryana 122002
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Hemodialysis is a form of dialysis. In a hemodialysis session, kidneys are detoxified for making them function to their normal capacity. Before starting a dialysis session, an opening needs to be started for accessing the skin. It helps the doctor to extract blood and then put it inside after filtration. A filter is then connected to a vein in your arm or hand. The dialyzer removes the blood for cleansing it. The blood is inserted back after it is ridden off toxins.

A dialysis session is usually conducted in 3 cycles per week. However, in that period, utmost care should be taken regarding the diet and medications. Observing the given precautions can benefit the person undergoing dialysis sessions: