My Sister son has kidney failure from his child hood. we are geeting trearment now for him,. the Doctor insisted that after the age of 15 only we can do trasportation of Kidney. now he is just 8 years doctors said that urea is getting icreaded and ions are get decreasing.and he said this year we might have to do the Kidney trasport. Please will your send me your personl iD so that i could forward the reports of my SOn to u. so i can get a reply.
Please also sent me how and where could i sent the request for getting the Kidney. iam ready to pay the amount what people request me for Kidaney .
Please help and reply .....
Regular change in medications and blood tests also are important to check for progression or âimprovement of renal disease. Based âon electrolyte levels (phosphate, uric acid, etc) appropriate dietary changes can âbe prescribed by your doctor or a âdietician.â
Dialysis or renal transplantation is required only in patients with end stage renal disease or patients with Chronic ârenal disease, with rapidly progressing disease.
In case the kidneys have completely destroyed as a result of renal disease or tissue destruction ( probably genetic diseases or congenital abnormalities), the reduction in renal functions is a indication for renal transplantation.
Kidney transplantation is a life-extending procedure. The typical patient will live ten to fifteen years longer with a âkidney transplant than if kept on dialysis. The years of life gained is greater for younger patients. People generally âhave more energy, a less restricted diet, and fewer complications with a kidney transplant than if they stay on âconventional dialysis. Ideally, a kidney transplant should be pre-emptive (as suggested by your doctors), i.e. take place before the patient begins âdialysis. â
The average lifetime for a donated kidney is ten to fifteen years. When a transplant fails, a patient may opt for a âsecond transplant, and may have to return to dialysis for some intermediary time.â
Kidney transplants are done exceptionally well at many hospitals in India. The success rates match international âstandards. Indian doctors have a wealth of experience in kidney transplants owing to the large number of âprocedures done. But there is no National registry to find a Donor in India. â
Currently in India, Kidneys can be donated only by near relatives of the patients. Siblings of the patients (brothers âand sisters) usually have the best chance of being a perfect match. In cases where the donor is not a close relative, âGovt. permission is necessary but may or may not be given depending on the circumstances of the case. But in âcase of blood group incompatibility, swapping of kidney between patient-donor groups is acceptable.
You might consider consulting a nephrologist for additional information and discussion of the benefit of the âprocedure in this case can be ascertained.
whats documnets required for kidney donor and receptent.
my son 17years old is suffring from kidney desease, he is both kidneys failure.. now he is on dialysis from 2 weeks.. now im intresting to do transplant. one of my close friend want to donet kidney for him.
so please suggest me best but not expensive hospital in kolkata. and what types of docoments need for donor and receiptent. im belong to rajasthan.
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