Renal Transplantation

Renal transplantation is a surgical procedure that replaces a diseased or damaged kidney with a healthy kidney from a donor. This treatment is commonly considered for patients with end-stage renal disease (ESRD).


Symptoms Of ESRD


Causes Of ESRD

Who Should Be Treated

Patients with ESRD who are not responding well to other treatment options, such as dialysis, may be considered for renal transplantation. However, not all patients are good candidates for this procedure.A thorough evaluation is required to determine a patient’s eligibility for renal transplantation.

Dos And Don'ts For Acute Kidney Failure

Follow your diet and fluid restrictions as directed by your healthcare team.



How It Is Treated

Renal transplantation involves the surgical removal of the diseased or damaged kidney and replacement with a healthy kidney from a living or deceased donor. After surgery, patients are closely monitored to ensure the transplanted kidney is functioning properly. Medications are prescribed to prevent rejection of the transplanted kidney, and follow-up visits with the healthcare team are essential for the long-term success of the transplantation.

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