Department of Nephrology

At Apollo Adlux Hospital’s Department of Nephrology, we understand that kidney disease can be a difficult journey. We are dedicated to providing our patients with the best possible care and support so they can manage their health effectively. From innovative outpatient dialysis services to modern technology, our team is committed to helping each patient to reach their full potential. Our team of expert doctors quickly diagnoses and treats acute and chronic kidney diseases caused by diabetes mellitus, high blood pressure, kidney stones, infections or inherited diseases for your speedy recovery. We have a modern dialysis unit with specially trained dialysis technicians. We also offer an OP dialysis clinic so that you can leave for your home every day without having to stay overnight. Our goal is to give our patients a healing environment that takes care of them as a whole so that our patients can get evidence-based treatment from our highly experienced doctors. Our team of skilled nephrologists, registered nurses, certified dialysis technicians, and renal dietitians are constantly motivated and coordinated with other departments. Our team is here to support you through every step of your kidney care journey.


Scope of Services

Diagnosis and Management : 

  • Diseases Related to Renal Complications
  •  Renal Hypertension
  • Glomerular Disease 
  • Metabolic Diseases 
  • Medical Management of Renal Stone Disease 
  • Urinary Tract Infections and Complicated UTI 
  • Sepsis Management

Advanced Services: 

  • Haemodialysis for Acute and Chronic Kidney Failure - Modalities  
  • Haemodialysis Catheter
  • Insertion (Non Cuffed, Cuffed Tunnelled) 
  • Peritoneal Dialysis 
  • Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis (CAPD)
  • Hemoperfusion for Poisoning 
  • Plasmapheresis 
  • AV FISTULA creation 
  • Fistulogram
  •  Percutaneous Interventions
  • Renal Biopsy

Get to Know our Team of Experts


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Hypertension and diabetes are the most typical causes of renal disease. These two diseases have the potential to harm every organ in the body. If not properly managed, either of these disorders can lead to renal failure and the need for dialysis. Lupus, HIV, and viral hepatitis are additional diseases that attack numerous organs, such as the kidney.

Symptoms may include blood or frothy urine, lethargy, high blood pressure, weight loss, ankle edoema due to fluid retention, anaemia, nausea, or vomiting. Kidney disease is frequently asymptomatic until its late stages and after serious damage has occurred.

Stop smoking, exercise, and keep a healthy weight. Consult your physician about methods to modify your diet. Other significant components of kidney therapy include careful adjustment of blood pressure in hypertensive patients and strict control of blood sugar in diabetic patients.

Urologists are surgeons who have specialised in the kidney, bladder, and prostate, while nephrologists are internists who treat patients using medications. Despite the fact that urologists employ medications to treat patients, they are specially educated to operate on the kidneys to correct various conditions.

Contrary to popular perception, there is no proof that consuming eight glasses of water is beneficial for the kidneys. Patients with recurring kidney stones are the only exception. In this demographic, drinking water is one of the most effective treatments for preventing kidney stone recurrence.