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Kidney Transplant

Kidney Transplant In India With Highest Success Rates

Are you unable to live an active life and undergoing repeated dialysis? Are you still suffering from pain and obstruction while passing your urine? 

You are not alone. 

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a major public health issue around the world. Patients with end-stage kidney disease (ESKD) who require renal replacement therapy are estimated to number between 4.902 million and 7.083 million in the world.

But a kidney transplant in India can change your life completely. 

In India, you can undergo a hassle-free renal transplant surgery with the help of robotics. The expertise of world-renowned surgeons and the advanced technology of kidney transplants make India an ideal destination for your treatment. You rely on the facilities and get ready to get yourself cured of the deadly end-stage kidney disease. 

Let’s learn about how kidney transplants in India can transform your life.

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What is a Kidney Transplant?

A kidney transplant is a surgery that involves transferring a healthy kidney from a living or deceased donor to someone whose kidneys are no longer functioning properly.

When your kidneys lose their ability to filter, harmful fluid levels and waste accumulate in your body, which may increase your blood pressure and result in kidney failure.

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What are the sources of kidney transplants?

What are the sources of Kidney Transplants?

Donor kidneys come from two primary sources: deceased and living donors. Deceased donors refer to patients with no heartbeat due to head injury. Generally, relatives of such patients provide their organs and it is one of the greatest acts of charity as many people await transplants, and organs of such patients are always in high demand.

Alternatively, kidneys can also be sourced from living donors, who fall into two categories:

  • Living Related Donors (LRD): LRD is a person closely related to the recipient genetically, most commonly these include the parents, children, or siblings.
  • Living Unrelated Donors (LURD): Such donors are not blood-relations but are usually the husband or wife of the recipient or friends.

What is deceased Kidney Transplantation?

In a deceased-donor kidney transplant, a kidney from a person who has recently died is given to a patient in need of a kidney. This kidney is harvested from a patient who has recently passed away, either through the consent of the family or through a donor’s card. 

As for the kidney, either it is placed in an ice solution or it is connected to a machine. The machine supplies oxygen and food to the kidney until the kidney is transplanted in the patient who requires it. 

The two parties are most likely in the same region or locality. This minimizes the duration that the kidney is out of the human body, which is beneficial for the transplant center.

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What tests are done before a Kidney Transplantation?

In preparation for a Kidney Transplantation, the healthcare provider may ask you to undergo a series of comprehensive tests to assess your suitability and ensure optimal transplant outcomes. Here are the tests.