Renal disease is a condition that leads to the loss of kidney function, also known as end-stage renal disease (ESRD) or kidney failure. The two primary treatments for kidney failure are hemodialysis, which is a mechanical process that removes waste products from the bloodstream, and peritoneal dialysis, which involves passing chemical solutions through the abdominal cavity to remove toxins. Kidney transplant is also an option for treating kidney failure.

Living kidney donation is a viable option for healthy individuals who wish to donate a kidney. Potential living donors must be in excellent health, well-informed about transplantation, and able to provide informed consent. If a potential living donor is identified, they will undergo an evaluation to determine if they are compatible with the recipient. In some cases, multiple family members may be compatible donors.

Living donor kidney transplants offer several advantages over deceased donor transplants. They provide better long-term results and eliminate the need for patients to wait for a kidney on the transplant waiting list. Additionally, surgery can be scheduled at a time that is convenient for both the donor and recipient, resulting in lower risks of complications or rejection and better early function of the transplanted kidney.

Recovery from surgery does not require donors to take medication or adhere to a special diet. While there is a risk of complications associated with any major surgery, kidney donors have the same life expectancy, general health, and kidney function as most other people. Finally, it is worth noting that kidney donation does not adversely affect a woman's ability to have children.

Our team of professionals is comprised of kidney transplant specialists, nephrologists, urologists, transplant surgeons and nursing staff, all of whom are known for their rare clinical skills and for providing top-notch treatment to patients of all ages, from children to adults.

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