24x7 Dialysis Unit
When the kidneys are unable to clean the blood, dialysis is used to do it using an external machine. It's generally performed twice or three times a week, with each session lasting 4 to 5 hours. Kidney dysfunction may occur for a variety of reasons. Acute or chronic illnesses are possible. Depending on the circumstances, a doctor recommends a transplant or dialysis.
With a patient-centric approach, Remedy Group has built a world-class, 24X7 dialysis unit to provide dialysis services for people suffering from kidney disease. Remedy Group has a large number of dialysis units and machines to serve the massive dialysis population. Here, dialysis services are available 24X7, all seven days of the week. Every month, we hold thousands of dialysis sessions.
The units' highly skilled nephrologists, well-trained and experienced technicians, and support staff are well-informed about their responsibilities and provide timely service. They are well-versed in dealing with any problems that might occur during the process. They are vigilant to make prompt decisions on any issues that might arise.
The Remedy Group provides a variety of dialysis services, some of which are listed below.
1. Peritoneal Dialysis (PD):
It requires injecting a sugar-based solution into the abdomen to clear the blood of its waste products. Continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD) and Automated peritoneal dialysis (APD) facilities are readily available here at all times. Professional surgeons and nephrologists insert peritoneal dialysis catheters.
2. Hemodialysis (HD):
It is a form of dialysis that cleans the blood as it passes through a filter (or artificial kidney). This treatment entails going to the hospital's dialysis unit two or three times a week.
3. Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy (CRRT) :
It's a type of dialysis that we do in the ICU for patients who can't handle daily dialysis. CRRT is performed 24 hours a day, rather than over four hours, to steadily and consistently remove waste products and fluid from the patient.
4. Sustained Low-Efficiency Dialysis (SLED):
It is a combination of hemodialysis and CRRT for the ones in need of critical treatment.
Hepatitis B and C patients can get dialysis at Remedy Group, which has dedicated areas. Separate units exist to provide hemodialysis treatment for HIV/AIDS patients with the utmost care to handle them appropriately and to the highest possible standards. Various private and government health care plans cover all dialysis modalities.