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Dialysis Questions Answered | Best Urology Hospitals in Bellandur, Bangalore | Nelivigi Urology

Dialysis is a treatment required for people whose kidneys have started malfunctioning. When kidneys fail, they do not filter the blood the way it should be done. Consequently, toxins and wastes accumulate in your bloodstream. Dialysis performs your kidney function of excreting excess fluid and waste products from the body. Hence, dialysis is required by patients whose kidneys do not function naturally. When is dialysis necessary? People having a kidney breakdown or suffering from the end-stage renal disease may require dialysis. Some other conditions like lupus, diabetes and high blood pressure can damage kidneys leading to kidney disorder. Someone with GFR When did dialysis originate? Dialysis treatment first began in 1960 and has been continuing to date as a standard treatment everywhere. The two types of dialysis, hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis have existed since the mid-1940s. The CAPD type began in 1976 with numerous patients benefiting from the treatment. What is the function of dialysis? When the kidney functions abnormally from its usual function, dialysis substitutes  the kidney functions. Dialysis helps control blood pressure and removes extra salt, waste, and water from the body. It also keeps certain chemicals like sodium, potassium, and bicarbonate at safe levels in the blood.  […] read more
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Dialysis Questions Answered | Best Urology Hospitals in Bellandur, Bangalore | Nelivigi Urology

Dialysis is a treatment required for people whose kidneys have started malfunctioning. When kidneys fail, they do not filter the blood the way it should be done. Consequently, toxins and wastes accumulate in your bloodstream. Dialysis performs your kidney function of excreting excess fluid and waste products from the body. Hence, dialysis is required by patients whose kidneys do not function naturally. When is dialysis necessary? People having a kidney breakdown or suffering from the end-stage renal disease may require dialysis. Some other conditions like lupus, diabetes and high blood pressure can damage kidneys leading to kidney disorder. Someone with GFR <15 and a lost kidney function of up to 85 to 90 percent may need dialysis. When did dialysis originate? Dialysis treatment first began in 1960 and has been continuing to date as a standard treatment everywhere. The two types of dialysis, hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis have existed since the mid-1940s. The CAPD type began in 1976 with numerous patients benefiting from the treatment. What is the function of dialysis? When the kidney functions abnormally from its usual function, dialysis substitutes  the kidney functions. Dialysis helps control blood pressure and removes extra salt, waste, and water from the body. […] read more
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Dialysis Questions Answered | Best Urology Hospitals in Bellandur, Bangalore | Nelivigi Urology

Dialysis is a treatment required for people whose kidneys have started malfunctioning. When kidneys fail, they do not filter the blood the way it should be done. Consequently, toxins and wastes accumulate in your bloodstream. Dialysis performs your kidney function of excreting excess fluid and waste products from the body. Hence, dialysis is required by patients whose kidneys do not function naturally. When is dialysis necessary? People having a kidney breakdown or suffering from the end-stage renal disease may require dialysis. Some other conditions like lupus, diabetes and high blood pressure can damage kidneys leading to kidney disorder. Someone with GFR When did dialysis originate? Dialysis treatment first began in 1960 and has been continuing to date as a standard treatment everywhere. The two types of dialysis, hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis have existed since the mid-1940s. The CAPD type began in 1976 with numerous patients benefiting from the treatment. What is the function of dialysis? When the kidney functions abnormally from its usual function, dialysis substitutes  the kidney functions. Dialysis helps control blood pressure and removes extra salt, waste, and water from the body. It also keeps certain chemicals like sodium, potassium, and bicarbonate at safe levels in the blood.  […] read more
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Dialysis Questions Answered | Best Urology Hospitals in Bellandur, Bangalore | Nelivigi Urology

Dialysis is a treatment required for people whose kidneys have started malfunctioning. When kidneys fail, they do not filter the blood the way it should be done. Consequently, toxins and wastes accumulate in your bloodstream. Dialysis performs your kidney function of excreting excess fluid and waste products from the body. Hence, dialysis is required by patients whose kidneys do not function naturally. When is dialysis necessary? People having a kidney breakdown or suffering from the end-stage renal disease may require dialysis. Some other conditions like lupus, diabetes and high blood pressure can damage kidneys leading to kidney disorder. Someone with GFR When did dialysis originate? Dialysis treatment first began in 1960 and has been continuing to date as a standard treatment everywhere. The two types of dialysis, hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis have existed since the mid-1940s. The CAPD type began in 1976 with numerous patients benefiting from the treatment. What is the function of dialysis? When the kidney functions abnormally from its usual function, dialysis substitutes  the kidney functions. Dialysis helps control blood pressure and removes extra salt, waste, and water from the body. It also keeps certain chemicals like sodium, potassium, and bicarbonate at safe levels in the blood.  […] read more
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Enlarged Prostate or BPH | Best Urology Hospital in Bellandur | Nelivigi Multispeciality

Enlarged prostate is an age related problem in males. I have not used the terms disease or disorder as it is a natural corollary of aging. It’s like wrinkling of skin, greying of hair, balding etc. There is no male who will not have enlargement of prostate with aging. However when it is associated with urinary problems, a urologist consultation is needed. What are the symptoms of enlarged prostate?   The male is usually above the age of 55 years even though in some men the onset could be earlier. The common symptoms are:  Poor urine stream  Interrupted urine stream  A feeling of residual urine even after urination Increased urinary frequency Urgency in urination Getting up frequently in the night to urinate   Some men will have more significant symptoms like: Hematuria, i.e. blood in urine Repeated urinary infections Blockage of urine.   Of these symptoms blockage to the flow of urine is an emergency and brings the patient to the emergency room of the hospital.   Evaluation:    If the patient has any of these symptoms he is evaluated by a urologist. He does a physical exam which includes prostate evaluation by inserting a finger in the anus. He […] read more
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Enlarged Prostate or BPH | Best Urology Hospital in Bellandur | Nelivigi Multispeciality

Enlarged prostate is an age related problem in males. I have not used the terms disease or disorder as it is a natural corollary of aging. It’s like wrinkling of skin, greying of hair, balding etc. There is no male who will not have enlargement of prostate with aging. However when it is associated with urinary problems, a urologist consultation is needed. What are the symptoms of enlarged prostate?   The male is usually above the age of 55 years even though in some men the onset could be earlier. The common symptoms are:  Poor urine stream  Interrupted urine stream  A feeling of residual urine even after urination Increased urinary frequency Urgency in urination Getting up frequently in the night to urinate   Some men will have more significant symptoms like: Hematuria, i.e. blood in urine Repeated urinary infections Blockage of urine.   Of these symptoms blockage to the flow of urine is an emergency and brings the patient to the emergency room of the hospital.   Evaluation:    If the patient has any of these symptoms he is evaluated by a urologist. He does a physical exam which includes prostate evaluation by inserting a finger in the anus. He […] read more
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