Kidney Transplant Procedure takes approximately 2 to 3 hours and is performed under general anaesthesia.
The diseased kidney is usually left in place, while the new kidney is placed either in the left or right groin. The major artery and vein are connected to the new kidney. Catheters are placed to drain both the bladder and the new kidney and may remain in place for approximately a week. Production of urine commences almost immediately for about two thirds of kidney transplant patients. For about one third of kidney transplant patients, the new kidney may commence production of urine only after several weeks. In the days following the surgery, blood tests are done to assess the performance of the kidneys. Ultrasound tests are also done to verify that blood flow is adequate to the kidney and that urine is draining properly into the bladder. The nephrologist will also keep track of signs of rejection of the new kidney by the patient's body.
|Max Super Specialty Hospital, Saket||3,70,000|
|Fortis Hospital, Noida||3,53,000|
|BL Kapur Super Specialty Hospital||3,75,000|
|Batra Hospital & Medical Research Centre||5,00,000|
|Fortis Flt. Lt. Rajan Dhall Hospital||350000|
|Indraprastha Apollo Hospital||4,25,000|
|Pushpawati Singhania Research Institute||400000|
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