The Kidneys filter your blood by removing waste and excess fluid from your body. This waste is sent to the bladder to be eliminated when you urinate. Dialysis performs the function of the kidneys if they’ve failed. According to the National Kidney Foundation, end-stage kidney failure occurs when the kidneys are performing at only 10 to 15 percent of their normal function.
Dialysis is a treatment that filters and purifies the blood using a machine. This helps keep your fluids and electrolytes in balance when the kidneys can’t do their job.
Hemodialysis is the most common type of dialysis. This process uses an artificial kidney (hemodialyzer) to remove waste and extra fluid from the blood. The blood goes from the body into the hemodialyzer and filtered after which the clean blood goes back into the body.
Peritoneal dialysis involves surgery to implant a peritoneal dialysis (PD) catheter into your abdomen. The catheter helps filter your blood through the peritoneum, a membrane in your abdomen.
Properly functioning kidneys prevent extra water, waste, and other impurities from accumulating in your body. They also help control blood pressure and regulate the levels of chemicals in the blood. These elements may include sodium and potassium. Your kidneys even activate a form of vitamin D that improves the absorption of calcium.
When your kidneys can’t perform these functions due to disease or injury, dialysis can help keep the body running as normally as possible. Without dialysis, salts and other waste products will accumulate in the blood, poison the body, and damage other organs.
However, dialysis isn’t a cure for kidney disease or other problems affecting the kidneys. Different treatments may be needed to address those concerns. A kidney transplant is another option for some people. It’s also a long-term commitment. Talk to your doctor to see if a transplant is right for you.
Dr Mohit Tandon is one of the best nephrologist in the city of Moradabad. Kidney failure patients need to undergo dialysis atleast 2-3 times every week and monitor the Kidney Function Test on a regular basis. The dialysis centre at Siddh Hospital is run under the leadership of Dr Mohit Tandon, Nephrologist. The general health of the patient is observed and necessary treatment is given till the time a donor is found and kidney transplant can take place. Many patients all over the world can lead a normal life without getting kidney transplant if they get Dialysis done at regular intervals and keep healthy diet.
Each session of Dialysis takes 3-4 hours and costs Rs. 1500. The cost of the Dialyzer is Rs. 2500 and this can be used 5-6 times before getting replaced. If a patient gets around 12 dialysis in a month then the cost would be in the range of Rs. 23 - 25 thousand per month. This is a costly proposition as compared to Kidney Transplant which costs Rs. 5 - 6 lacs but stops this monthy payment for getting dialysis done.
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