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Aastha Kidney & Super Speciality Hospital has an expanding Renal and Transplant Unit with an excellent track record in kidney care and state of the art laboratory facilities based at the Center for Life. This means our patients can be offered the opportunity to try potential new therapies for their condition and may be able to benefit from ground-breaking new treatments.

A diagnosis of kidney failure is difficult for patients and families and transplantation is the best treatment option. The physicians, faculty and staff at Aastha Kidney & Super Speciality Hospital has developed an extensive program to help guide you through the Adult or Pediatric Transplant process physically and emotionally.

Our program is personalized to fit your needs and through our academic medical center you will have access to the latest research and clinical trials. First and foremost, getting an early start on the transplant process not only leads to better outcomes overall, but it can also contribute to a better quality of life after transplant.

 What is Kidney (Renal) Transplantati

Kidney transplantation is a treatment for patients with end-stage renal disease (ESRD). There are two treatment options available: Dialysis or Transplantation. Although Dialysis is a lifesaving procedure, it involves dependence either on a Hemodialysis machine or on Peritoneal Dialysis Exchanges. For some patients the quality of life on dialysis is unsatisfactory.

Many people therefore choose transplantation rather than dialysis because it allows greater independence, which can lead to a more normal lifestyle. Also, research suggests that transplantation offers superior patient survival when compared to dialysis

Aastha Kidney & Super Speciality Hospital's Kidney (Renal) Transplant Department

During your evaluation for transplantation, you will meet many of our health care professionals who are part of the transplant team. The roles of each are described here.

Transplant Surgeons
Transplant Surgeons are doctors who specialize in the field of transplantation. They will perform a physical examination during your evaluation and will be available to answer any questions you may have. The transplant surgeons will perform your operation and manage your anti-rejection medications. They will continue to participate in your follow up care along with your transplant nephrologist and referring physician after your discharge.
Dr. Sanjeev Gupta
Designation: Chairman & Chief Urologist
Contact: 9872777573
Transplant Nephrologists
Transplant Nephrologists are doctors who are trained in caring for patients with kidney disease and transplantation. They too will examine and interview you during your transplant evaluation in order to determine your suitability for transplant. They will lso participate in your care while you are hospitalized for your transplant.
Dr. Neena Gupta
Designation: Director and Chief Nephrologist
Contact: 8283807573
Transplant Coordinator
Transplant Coordinator is a registered nurse experienced in the field of transplantation. The coordinator will meet with you during your evaluation and will be available to address your concerns and answer any questions you may have. The ransplant coordinator will assist you through the evaluation and activation process and follow you closely after your surgery. The coordinator will work with you, the physician, and the other members of the transplant team to provide you with support, information, and individualized care

 The Transplant

Sr.No Date of Transplant Patient Name
122.8.2010Mr.Harpreet Singh
212.12.2010Mr.Mandeep Singh
35.7.2011Mr.Gurtej Singh
42.10.2011Mr.Gursewak Singh
516.10.2011Mr.Harpereet Singh
615.4.2012Mr.Surinder Kumar
724.06.2012Mrs.Ruby Devi
929.12.2013Mr.Naginder Yadav
105.1.2014Mohd.Jeelani Bhat
129.3.2014MR.Jagjit Singh
136.4.2014Mr.Krishna Nand Yadav
1412.10.2014Mr.Molik Jain

 After the Operation

After the kidney transplant operation, you will go to the Recovery Room until your condition has stabilized. There you can be more closely monitored for subtle changes in your condition. All patients are transferred to a room on the transplant unit once the transplant team feels it is appropriate. While you are in the hospital, you will learn about the immunosuppressive medications that you will be taking to prevent rejection of your transplant. You will be given information on how to care for yourself after transplantation. You are encouraged to share the information with your family. The transplant team will be available to answer any questions you may have.

 Follow-up Care

When you are discharged from the hospital, you will need to schedule an appointment for your first outpatient clinic visit. During your clinic visit, the transplant coordinator will check your blood pressure, temperature, and weight. The coordinator will assess your medical condition and answer any questions you may have.

The transplant physicians will review your list of medications and laboratory test results, and evaluate your progress. Adjustments in your immunosuppressive (anti-rejection) or other medications may be made at the time. The transplant pharmacist will also be available for consultation.

The frequency of your clinic visits should decrease within a few months, and you will be referred to your local physician for much of your long-term care. We will continue to follow your progress along with you local doctor. You will be required to have lab work done periodically (more frequently at first) as long as your transplanted organ is functioning.

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