Department of Advanced Renal Sciences

KIDNEY TRANSPLANT

LAPAROSCOPIC DONOR NEPHRECTOMY (Gold Standard For Treating Kidney Failure)

In a laparoscopic donor nephrectomy, tiny incisions are used and the kidney is removed using a scope or camera and special miniaturized surgical instruments. The procedure is, similar to one used to remove a gall bladder. This minimally invasive procedure has a shorter recovery period and the complication rate. In addition, the quality and function of the transplanted kidneys are excellent. Laparoscopy can be done safely in donor with multiple vessel. Donor is discharged from hospital within 24 hours.

ABO INCOMPATIBLE TRANSPLANTS

ABO-incompatible(ABOi)transplantation is a method of allocation in organ transplantation that permits more efficient use of available organs regardless of ABO blood type, be unavailable due to Hyperacute rejection.

This means that anyone may receive a transplant of a type-O organ, and consequently, type-O recipients are one of the biggest beneficiaries of ABO-incompatible transplantation.

VASCULAR ACCESS
Adequate vascular access is lifeline of patients of chronic renal failure our regular dialysis poor vascular access can make the life of patient miserable & promote mental morbidity. hyper planing ensures hassle free dialysis & thereby increased compliance.

  • Radical AVF
  • Brachial AVF
  • PTFE Graft
  • Vascular Graft (Saphenous vein)
  • Permacath Insertion

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