Kidney Dialysis (Haemodialysis) in Noida

A kidney dialysis process includes replacing an artificial kidney in place of your non-functional kidney (Renal Replacement Therapy). This therapy is mostly done in patients who have an acute kidney failure (temporary kidney function loss) or who have permanently lost kidney function.

Kidneys of a healthy human are responsible to regulate body's water and mineral levels and eliminate the waste and excess produced. Kidneys being a part of the endocrine system, also produce erythropoietin and calcitriol. But dialysis does not follow the endocrine functionality of the kidneys. It only helps to eliminate the excess fluids and waste.

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Kidney Dialysis (Haemodialysis) Hospitals in Noida
Kailash Healthcare Ltd.

Kailash Healthcare Ltd.
Cost of Kidney Dialysis (Haemodialysis): 5900.00

H-33, H Block, Sector 27
Noida, Delhi 201301
0120 2444444 ,0120 2464646,0120-2466666
Vinayak Hospital

Vinayak Hospital
Cost of Kidney Dialysis (Haemodialysis): 2500.00

Nh-1, Sector - 27 Atta
Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301
0120-2444333, 0120-2444222
Surbhi Hospital Pvt. Ltd

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

Morna, Sector - 35
Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301
0120-2508841
Indogulf Hospital

Indogulf Hospital
Cost of Kidney Dialysis (Haemodialysis): 2850.00

B-498 A, Sec - 19,
Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301
0120-4752300

A kidney dialysis process includes replacing an artificial kidney in place of your non-functional kidney (Renal Replacement Therapy). This therapy is mostly done in patients who have an acute kidney failure (temporary kidney function loss) or who have permanently lost kidney function.

Kidneys of a healthy human are responsible to regulate body's water and mineral levels and eliminate the waste and excess produced. Kidneys being a part of the endocrine system, also produce erythropoietin and calcitriol. But dialysis does not follow the endocrine functionality of the kidneys. It only helps to eliminate the excess fluids and waste.

Necessity of Kidney Dialysis

A healthy person's kidneys filter approximately 1,500 liters of blood everyday. If the waste products generated from our body are not discarded, we could not live, as those products are very harmful for our body. Individuals whose kidneys do not work temporarily or permanently, experience a build up of harmful waste in their system. Without dialysis, this amount of waste will keep increasing, eventually reaching levels that could cause coma and death.

Haemodialysis

In haemodialysis, the blood is circulated outside the patient's body through a machine that has special filters. A catheter is a flexible tube, that is inserted into the patient's vein to remove his/her blood. The filters work like the kidneys and discard the waste products from the patient's blood. Then, the blood is directed back to the patient's body via another catheter. This process goes on until all the blood from the patient's system is filtered. It lasts for about 3-4 hours and needs to be carried out 2-3 times a week. If you have any queries, consult your urologist and discuss with him/her.