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Title: Guide to Kidney transplant - Surgery Procedure, Complication, Risk, Recovery Time and Cost Comparison


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Guide to Kidney transplant
  • Surgery Procedure, Complication, Risk, Recovery
    Time and Cost Comparison

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What is kidney transplant
  • A kidney transplant is a surgery to place
    a healthy kidney from a donor into your body. A
    donor is a living person or a person who has just
    died, most often a family member. A kidney from
    someone who has just died is a deceased donor
    kidney. A kidney from a living person is a living
    donor kidney. The transplanted kidney takes over
    the job of filtering your blood. Kidney
    transplant is done by Nephrologists.

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What are the different types of kidney transplant?
  • Different types of kidney transplant are
  • Deceased-donor kidney transplant
  • Living-donor kidney transplant
  • Pre-emptive kidney transplant
  • Deceased-donor kidney transplant
  • A deceased-donor kidney transplant is done when a
    kidney from someone who has recently died is
    removed with consent of the family and placed in
    a recipient whose kidneys have failed and no
    longer function properly and is in need of kidney
    transplantation.

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What are the different types of kidney transplant?
  • Living-donor kidney transplant
  • A living-donor kidney transplant is done by
    the removal of a kidney from a living donor and
    placement into a recipient whose kidneys no
    longer function properly. Only one donated kidney
    is needed to replace two failed kidneys, which
    makes living-donor kidney transplant an
    alternative to deceased-donor kidney transplant.
  • Pre-emptive kidney transplant
  • A pre-emptive kidney transplant is a kidney
    transplant that takes place before your kidney
    function deteriorates to the point of needing
    dialysis to replace the normal filtering function
    of the kidneys.

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Why Kidney Transplant is done?
  • A kidney transplant is mostly the treatment of
    choice for kidney failure compared to a lifetime
    on dialysis. A kidney transplant can
    treat chronic kidney disease with glomerular
    filtration rate (GFR, a measure of kidney
    function) less than or equal to 20 ml/min and
    end-stage renal disease to help you feel better
    and live longer.
  • Compared to dialysis, kidney transplant is
    associated with
  • Better quality of life
  • Lower risk of death
  • Fewer dietary restrictions
  • Lower treatment cost

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What are the risks associated with Kidney
Transplant?
  • Kidney transplant surgery carries a risk of
    significant complications, including
  • Blood clots
  • Bleeding
  • Leaking from or blockage of the tube (ureter)
    that links the kidney to the bladder
  • Infection
  • Failure of the donated kidney
  • Rejection of the donated kidney
  • An infection or cancer that can be transmitted
    with the donated kidney
  • Death, heart attack and stroke

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How long do kidney transplants last?
  • There are a number of factors which affect how
    long a transplanted kidney lasts.
  • These factors include whether or not the kidney
    came from a living donor, how well the kidney is
    matched in terms of blood group and tissue type,
    and the age and overall health of the person
    receiving the donation.
  • Overall, average kidney survival times are
  • 1 year - about 95
  • 5 years - about 85-90
  • 10 years - about 75

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Which are the best hospitals for Kidney
Transplant in India?
  • Some of the best hospitals for Kidney Transplant
    in India are
  • Medanta - The Medicity, Gurgaon
  • BLK Super Speciality Hospital, Delhi
  • AIIMS, Delhi
  • Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, Delhi
  • Rajiv Gandhi Government Hospital, Chennai
  • Manipal Hospital, Bangalore
  • Fortis Hospital, Bangalore
  • Christian Medical College, Vellore
  • Manipal Hospital, Bangalore
  • Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Mumbai
  • Rajiv Gandhi Government Hospital, Chennai
  • MIOT Hospital, Chennai

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Which are the best hospitals for Kidney
Transplant in India?
  • Coimbatore Kidney Hospital, Coimbatore
  • Sri Ramachandra Medical Center, Chennai
  • Rajagiri Hospital, Kerala
  • Baby Memorial Hospital, Kerala
  • Dharamshila Cancer Hospital, New Delhi
  • Columbia Asia Yeshwantpur, Bangalore
  • Wockhardt Super Speciality Hospital, Mumbai
  • Baby Memorial Hospital, Kerala
  • Olive Hospital, Hyderabad
  • Yashoda Hospitals, Secunderabad
  • Primus Super Speciality Hospital, New Delhi
  • Kokilaben Hospital, Mumbai

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What is the cost of Kidney Transplant in India?
  • Cost of Kidney Transplant in India is very less
    as compared to the other countries. The cost of
    Kidney Transplant in India will be approx 12
    lakhs.
  • What is the cost comparison of Kidney Transplant
    in India to other countries?
  • Cost of Kidney Transplant in USA will cost around
    Rs. 45 Lakhs (65,000).
  • Cost of Kidney Transplant in UK will cost around
    Rs. 50 Lakhs (76,500).
  • Cost of Kidney Transplant in Canada will cost
    around Rs. 32 Lakhs (50,000).

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