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Nephrology department at Fortis Hospital Gurugram
The Nephrology department at Fortis Hospital Gurugram is a renowned center of excellence dedicated to the diagnosis, treatment, and management of kidney diseases. Comprising a team of expert nephrologists, the department offers comprehensive care to patients with various kidney-related conditions.

With a patient-centric approach, the Nephrology department at Fortis Hospital Gurugram focuses on delivering personalized care and addressing the specific needs of each individual. The team of experienced nephrologists utilizes advanced diagnostic tools and techniques to accurately diagnose kidney disorders. They are proficient in managing a wide range of conditions, including glomerular diseases, tubulointerstitial diseases, nephrotic syndrome, diabetic kidney disease, and polycystic kidney disease.

The department provides state-of-the-art dialysis services for patients with end-stage kidney failure. Equipped with advanced dialysis machines, they offer various types of dialysis, ensuring optimal treatment and monitoring of patients undergoing dialysis. Additionally, the Nephrology department is actively involved in kidney transplantation services. Nephrologists collaborate closely with the transplant team to evaluate patients, manage pre-transplant and post-transplant care, and provide ongoing follow-up support.

Our Team of Experts

  • Dr. Salil Jain
    SENIOR DIRECTOR & HOD NEPHROLOGY & RENAL TRANSPLANT
    Nephrology
  • Dr. Ashwini Gadde
    CONSULTANT NEPHROLOGY
    Nephrology
  • Dr. Varun Gosain
    ASSOCIATE CONSULTANT NEPHROLOGY
    Nephrology
  • Dr. Shraddha Purushottam Lohia
    CONSULTANT PAEDIATRICS NEPHROLOGY
    Paediatrics
  • Dr. Yogeshman Anand
    ASSOCIATE CONSULTANT NEPHROLOGY
    Nephrology
Find us
Sector - 44, Opposite HUDA City Centre, Gurugram, Haryana 122002
9873043118

FAQs

  • What is nephrology?
    Nephrology is a medical specialty that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and management of kidney diseases and disorders.
  • What are some common kidney diseases?
    Common kidney diseases include chronic kidney disease (CKD), glomerulonephritis, polycystic kidney disease (PKD), kidney stones, urinary tract infections (UTIs), and kidney cancer.
  • What are the symptoms of kidney disease?
    Symptoms of kidney disease can vary depending on the specific condition, but common symptoms include changes in urine frequency and color, blood in the urine, fatigue, swelling in the legs or ankles, high blood pressure, and decreased appetite.
  • How is kidney disease diagnosed?
    Diagnosis of kidney disease involves a combination of medical history evaluation, physical examination, laboratory tests (such as blood and urine tests), imaging studies (like ultrasound or CT scan), and sometimes kidney biopsy.
  • Can kidney disease be prevented?
    Some types of kidney disease can be prevented or their progression can be slowed through lifestyle modifications such as maintaining a healthy diet, exercising regularly, managing blood pressure and diabetes, avoiding excessive alcohol consumption, and not smoking.
  • What are the treatment options for kidney disease?
    Treatment options for kidney disease depend on the specific condition but may include medication management, lifestyle changes (such as dietary modifications), blood pressure control, dialysis (hemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis), and kidney transplantation.
  • How often should someone with kidney disease be monitored?
    The frequency of monitoring for kidney disease depends on the stage and severity of the condition. Generally, individuals with kidney disease should have regular check-ups with their nephrologist and undergo periodic blood and urine tests to monitor kidney function.
  • Can kidney disease be cured?
    The curability of kidney disease depends on the underlying cause. Some conditions, such as certain types of kidney infections or reversible acute kidney injuries, can be cured. However, chronic kidney disease often requires ongoing management and may progress to end-stage renal disease, which may necessitate dialysis or kidney transplantation.
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