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"The Nephrology Department at Medicover Hospitals is well-versed in dealing with the systemic implications of impaired kidney function. We are well-known across India for our competence in treating the most difficult renal disorders. Nephrology is a branch of internal medicine that specialises in the treatment of kidney problems. We are the best nephrology department in India with a clinical speciality that has a unique potentiality to provide a new life to its patients even though the kidney is fully damaged. The team of nephrologists at Medicover Hospitals has a proven track record in treating chronic kidney disorders and performing renal transplants with high success rates. Nephrologists are highly experienced to diagnose and treating renal problems in children, adolescents, and adults, collaborating with other paediatric experts."

Symptoms of Nephrology

  • Fatigue
  • Loss of appetite
  • Foamy Urine
  • Difficulty urinating or frequent urination
  • Difficulty in sleeping
  • Shortness of breath
  • Abdominal pain
  • Blood in the urine (hematuria)

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Technology And Equipment

  •  Kidney Transplant Unit (KTU)
  •  Hemodiafiltration (HDF)
  •  Exclusive Hamodialysis Unit
  •  CRRT


  •  Kidney Transplant
  •  Hemodialysis & HDF
  •  SLED
  •  Kidney Biopsy
  •  Permanent Hemodialysis Catheter Insertion
  •  Renal Angioplasty

Sub Specialities

  • Kidney Transplant
  • Clinical Nephrology
  • Interventional Nephrology
  • Glomerular Disease

Tests & Diagnostic Excellence

Kidney Function Tests
Complete Urine Examination
Urine Albumin to Creatinine Ratio (ACR)
CT and MRI

Common nephrology conditions

Chronic Kidney Disease: It means the kidneys have been damaged and are unable to filter blood as effectively as they should. The main risk factors for developing kidney disease are diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, and a family history of kidney failure.

Kidney Stones: Kidney stone is hard to object that is made from chemicals in the urine. It is caused due to dehydration, obesity, weight loss surgery and eating food with too much salt and sugar.

Kidney Infections: It's a form of urinary tract infection (UTI) that starts in the urethra or bladder and spreads to one or both kidneys.

Urinary Tract Infections:It's a bacterial infection of any part of the urinary system. If these are untreated the infections can spread to the kidneys.

Chronic Hypertension: The condition in which the arteries have persistently elevated blood pressure that can lead to damaged organs.


Round - The - Clock Nephro Emergency Services
Kidney Transplantation
Post - Operative Healthcare
Paediatric Nephrology Unit
Trained Staff And Technicians
Critical Care Nephrology

Frequently Asked Questions:

Nephrologists are physicians who specialize in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of kidney disorders and diseases. They also treat issues like High blood pressure, fluid retention, and electrolyte and mineral imbalances.

Urologists are specialized in treating issues related to the bladder, penis, testicle, urinary tract and male reproductive system. Nephrologists are specialized in treating issues related to kidneys.

Nephrologists are specialized in treating some common conditions like chronic renal disease, kidney infections, and kidney failure. If you have a complex or advanced kidney condition that necessitates specialist care, the primary care doctor would most likely refer you to a nephrologist.

Nephrologist will review your medical history with you and do a full physical check to see how the kidneys are functioning.

Water helps in the removal of wastes from the bloodstream in the form of urine via the kidneys. Water also aids in keeping your blood arteries open, allowing blood to flow freely to your kidneys and deliver vital nutrients. However, if you become dehydrated, this delivery mechanism becomes more difficult to use.

Nephrologists are doctors who specialized in treating disorders of the kidneys and their ability to function, such as diabetes and kidney failure.

    Change in urination


    Decreased appetite


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