Department of Nephrology

Nephrologist at Vardaan hospitals

Vardaan Hospitals’ Nephrologist Panel Division provides comprehensive care to patients suffering from a variety of chronic and acute kidney diseases. We are one of the best kidney hospitals in India, known for using cutting-edge technology and treatment options. The Vardaan hospitals Nephrology experts consistently invest time, effort, and expertise to help people maintain kidney health through a variety of non-invasive procedures.

Our experienced Nephrologist are known for their rare clinical skills and for providing excellent care to people of all ages, from children to adults. We have a skilled team of professionals at VH that includes kidney transplant specialists, nephrologists, urologists, and other nursing staff.

Diseases Treated Under the Branch of Nephrology

  • Nephrology is concerned with restoring normal kidney function by treating conditions that impede its processes. Nephrology encompasses a wide range of conditions, including:
  • Urine abnormalities include excessive protein, sugar, blood, casts, and crystal excretion.
  • Glomerular complications are those that affect the glomerulus, which is the tiny filtering system in the kidneys.
  • Kidney, bladder, and urethral cancers
  • Renal failure can be acute, sudden, long-term, or chronic.
  • Infections of the kidneys
  • Diabetes and hypertension have negative effects on the kidneys.
  • Fluctuations in acid-base balance
  • Stones in the kidneys and bladder
  • Toxins and drugs have negative effects on the kidneys.
  • Nephrotic syndrome and nephritis are kidney vascular diseases that disrupt the blood vessel networks.

Signs and symptoms of Nephrology Diseases

The following are some common signs and symptoms that indicate a high risk of severe kidney complications:

  • Swelling in the legs, ankles, or feet on a regular basis
  • Chronic headaches
  • Skin itchiness and
  • dryness
  • Nausea
  • Taste and appetite are diminished.
  • Less energy and difficulty
  • concentrating, Unexplained confusion, memory issues, or difficulty focusing
  • Pain, joint fluid, or joint stiffness
  • Unknown cause of high blood pressure
  • Cramping, numbness, or weakness
  • Daytime exhaustion but difficulty sleeping at night
  • Urine with blood (hematuria)
  • Reduced urine output is not caused by dehydration.
  • Unusual weight loss