Our Statistics

170+ Kidney Transplants

99% Success Rate

50+ cumulative team experience

Experienced in

Single Stage Transplant

Pediatric Transplant

ABO Incompatible Transplant

High risk transplant

Fortis Escorts Kidney and Urology Institute

About Us

Fortis Escorts Kidney and Urology Institute is a Centre of Excellence for those with diseases of the Kidney and urinary system, including the bladder, and prostate gland. The goal of the Institute is to deliver the highest level of patient care with the best clinical outcomes. We are proud to have the region's finest experts, working together to provide treatment for every minor or major problem in Nephrology and Urology. Kidneys are very versatile organs, and most people can manage perfectly well with only 15% kidney function. However, in the case of complete kidney failure, our kidneys are no longer able to excrete the toxic waste products into the urine. There are two types of kidney failure. In acute kidney failure, which can occur because of sudden trauma to the kidneys, the kidneys may stop working for a short while and then partly or wholly recover. Chronic renal failure is a progressive condition where the kidneys become irreversibly damaged over a long period, often many years. This condition can develop because of an infection, diabetes, hypertension, or inherited abnormalities. Advanced chronic renal failure is known as end-stage renal disease, where your kidneys are no longer able to function.

What is Kidney Transplant?

Kidney Transplant is a surgical procedure to place a kidney from a deceased or living donor into a person whose kidneys are no longer function properly.

When your kidneys lose this filtering ability, harmful levels of fluid and waste accumulate in your body, which can raise your blood pressure and result in kidney failure (end-stage kidney disease). End-stage renal disease occurs when the kidneys have lost about 90% of their ability to function normally

Causes of End Stage Kidney Transplant

  • Diabetes
  • Chronic, uncontrolled high blood pressure
  • Chronic glomerulonephritis — an inflammation and eventual scarring of the tiny filters within your kidneys (glomeruli)
  • Polycystic kidney disease

Who can be a Donor

Kidney donors may be either living or deceased. Because the body can function perfectly well with just one healthy kidney, a family member with two healthy kidneys may choose to donate one of them to you. Any family member such as parent, child, brother, sister, someone who is emotionally related to the recipient like a friend, spouse or in-laws with age above 18 years must be healthy, & in good physical & mental health.

In an ABO Incompatible kidney transplants, recipient receives medical treatment before and after the transplant to lower the antibody levels in your blood and helps in reducing the risk of antibodies rejecting the donor kidney

Post Transplantation (During & After Hospitalization)

You’ll wake up in a recovery room. Hospital staff will monitor your vital signs until they’re sure you’re awake and stable. Then, they’ll transfer you to a hospital room.

Even if you feel great after your transplant (many people do), you’ll likely need to stay in the hospital for up to a week after surgery.

Your new kidney may start to clear waste from the body immediately, or it may take up to a few weeks before it starts functioning. Kidneys donated by family members usually start working more quickly than those from unrelated or deceased donors.

Hospital staff will monitor vital signs daily & gets discharged from ICU after 9 days and donor get discharged within 4 days from room once he gets stable in ICU.

Before you leave the hospital, your transplant team will give you specific instructions on how and when to take your medications. Make sure that you understand these instructions and ask as many questions as needed. Your doctors will also create a checkup schedule for you to follow after surgery for regular checkups at least for a year.

You'll take a number of medications after your kidney transplant. Drugs called immunosuppressant’s (anti-rejection medications) help keep your immune system from attacking and rejecting your new kidney. Additional drugs help reduce the risk of other complications, such as infection, after your transplant.

Your transplant team includes a nutrition specialist (dietitian) who can discuss your nutrition and diet needs and answer any questions you have after your transplant. Your dietitian may also recommend:

  • Maintaining a low-salt and low-fat diet.
  • Following food safety guidelines.
  • Staying hydrated by drinking adequate water and other fluids each day.

You should follow the recommended routine as advised by the consultant. If patient has pain, swelling & flu-like symptoms, must visit the consultant immediately.

A person may return to work & do other normal activities within 8 weeks after transplantation.

Clinical Excellence

  • 99% successful rates
  • State-of-the-art isolation room & renal ICU
  • Successful results even in ABO incompatible transplants
  • Successful paediatric transplant
  • Highly experienced team of Nephrologists
  • Standardized safety protocols for donor surgery
  • World class kidney transplant facility at affordable prices

Our Services

Kidney Transplant (KT)

Fortis Escorts Kidney & Urology Institute provides cutting edge care in all areas of nephrology with round the clock delivery of care for dialysis, transplant and chronic kidney disease. We offer the latest facilities available in surgical procedures including advanced diagnostics, comprehensive pre-operative evaluation and dialysis support along with complete post-operative care to minimize chances of infection.

Single Stage Kidney Transplant

Single stage is a unique procedure of Kidney Transplant. In normal course, most of the transplant surgeons put a double J stent; a tube, which is placed inside the graft kidney to facilitate healing of ureter joined to the bladder. This stent has to be taken out after 2 to 3 week. For double J stent removal, an invasive procedure called cystoscopy is required. Patients have to be admitted in the hospital and stent is removed under local anesthesia using cystoscopy, which is a painful procedure and adds to the cost to the patients. This is the only facility in NCR, which provides single stage kidney transplant.

  • Fast Track Transplant in 10 days
  • Return back home in 15 days (Faster recovery and better comfort)
  • Cost-Effective
  • No Waiting
  • Pre to the post-transplant period (1 month)
  • No hospital readmission for stent removal

Trans Urethral Resection of the Prostate (TURP)

  • Transurethral Incision of the Prostate (TUIP)
  • Open radical Prostatectomy

Redo Surgery

  • Failed vesicovaginal fistula
  • Failed ureteric reimplant
  • Failed stone removal

Penile Implant

Vasectomy

Team of Experts

Our team of highly experienced doctors is known for their superior clinical skills and treats patients of all age groups. We have a renowned team of kidney transplant specialists, urologists, nephrologists, and the technical expertise needed to overcome the challenges of this life saving procedure