|Batra Heart Centre|
|Batra Cancer Centre|
|Batra Neurosciences Centre|
|Batra Ortho & Joint Replacement Centre|
|Batra Gastrosciences Centre|
|Batra Dialysis and Kidney Transplant Centre|
|Batra Department of Urology|
Nephrology and Kidney Transplantation
The Department of Nephrology can accommodate upto 50 patients with round-the-clock supervision. The state-of-the-state Haemodialysis Unit for 14 patients at a time includes two machines designated for Hepatitis patients with isolation and barrier nursing. It also includes two machines for critically ill patients on Haemodialysis/Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy (CRRT) with intensive monitoring systems for each patient. A separate facility for Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis (CAPD) for training of patients and personnel has also been created in the present restructured department. Over 100 patients are supported on this alternative dialytic modality. There is a facility of audiovisual seminar room for interaction with all dialysis patients. The department also provides peritoneal dialysis at bedside. In addition to daily OPDs and transplant follow up service the maintenance haemodialysis on outpatient basis is provided. Emergency Haemodialysis is provided round the clock. The specialized modalities of dialysis i.e. Diafiltration, Haemofiltration, Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy, Plasmapheresis and Peritoneal Dialysis are taken in routine.
Nearly 1000 haemodialysis with reverse osmosis water treatment per month are performed in a month in a friendly environment under supervision of medical and technical personnel. The present Department of Nephrology and Kidney Transplantation is located on the entire and exclusive 4th floor of the original block of hospital and is a marvel technical facility and devoted care under the supervision of eminent Nephrologists/Team.
Dr. Ramesh Kumar
M.D., M.R.C.P. (Renal & Int. Med.), F.R.C.P.
Chief Consultant and Head, Department of Nephrology and Transplantation
Dr. Sham Sunder
MD, DM (Nephrology - AIIMS)
Sr. Consultant, Nephrology