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The kidneys' function is to filter the blood. All the blood in our bodies passes through the kidneys several times a day. The kidneys remove wastes, control the body's fluid balance, and regulate the balance of electrolytes. As the kidneys filter blood, they create urine, which collects in the kidneys' pelvis; funnel-shaped structures that drain down tubes called ureters to the bladder.

Each kidney contains around a million units called nephrons, each of which is a microscopic filter for blood. It's possible to lose as much as 90% of kidney function without experiencing any symptoms or problems.

Ascertaining that the Kidney is one of the most vital organs in the human body, a dedicated department has been set up to facilitate and treat any kind of Kidney Disorders. Some of the Kidney Conditions are:

  • Pyelonephritis
  • Glomerulonephritis
  • Kidney stones
  • Nephrotic syndrome
  • Polycystic kidney disease
  • Acute renal failure
  • Chronic renal failure
  • Diabetic nephropathy
  • Hypertensive nephropathy
  • Kidney cancer
  • Nephrogenic diabetes insipidus
  • Renal Cyst

Mostly it is seen that kidney failures account from neglect by the patient. It is suggested that you keep a regular record of health checkups on a monthly or a quarterly basis.

Jehangir Hospital provides a wide array of Kidney Treatments ranging between; prescribing simple Antibiotics, Lithotripsy to Peritoneal Dialysis.

We specialize in offering services with personal care and focus on building long term relationships.

 

Living Kidney Donor

How do family and friends know when it is time to consider donation?

When a patient loses 90 to 95 percent of his or her kidney function, they are considered to have End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD). Treatment options for patients with ESRD are dialysis (where an artificial kidney machine removes waste from the blood) or a kidney transplant from a living or deceased donor.

Sometimes, a patient with 85 percent loss of kidney function will undergo a transplant which allows them to avoid having to go on dialysis. Kidney patients and their families will discuss the best course of treatment with their doctors.

Who can be a donor?

Donors need to be between the ages of 18 and early 70s and can include parents, children, siblings, other relatives, and friends. An ideal donor should have a genuine interest in donating and a compatible blood type with the recipient. Donors should be in good general health. Donors do not need to be genetically related. Typically, someone who has cancer, diabetes, kidney disease, heart disease, liver disease, sickle cell disease, HIV or hepatitis will not qualify to be a donor. However, these diseases are not all absolute contraindications to donation. Every donor will be considered on an individual basis.

Do some donors have trouble making the decision to donate?

The decision to donate can vary from person to person. Some people make the decision instantly with few worries or concerns. Other people require time to think critically and will talk with close friends or family before deciding whether or not to donate. It is normal for some people to be afraid of donating a kidney as well as to experience guilt about not wanting to be a donor.

Individuals should not, under any circumstances, feel pressured to donate. The only “right” decision is the one that makes the donor feel comfortable. Potential donors are encouraged to speak with the living donor team if they have any questions or concerns about their decision.

What is the first step to becoming a living donor?

If you are interested in being a living donor, you should contact the Living Donor Kidney Program (410-328-5408) to request a questionnaire. Once the questionnaire has been completed it will be reviewed by a nurse coordinator to determine if you may proceed with initial blood testing.

Once your blood type, antigen match, and cross match are known, the living donor nurse coordinator will discuss the results and the donation process with you and answer any questions so that you can make an informed decision about proceeding with donation. This conversation is strictly confidential and is not shared with the recipient. If the donor decides to continue with donation, they must then complete a comprehensive evaluation.

What does the donor evaluation include?

We encourage all donor evaluations to be completed at Jehangir Hospital, Pune. The work-up can often be completed in 1-2 days, though additional testing may be required in some cases.

You will complete a medical history and receive a physical, which includes a blood pressure check, to ensure that you don’t have any concerning health conditions. A series of laboratory and X-ray tests, as well as an EKG, will be completed to screen for kidney function, liver function, hepatitis, heart disease, lung disease and past exposure to viral illness. Urine testing will also be done to make sure that your kidneys function normally. In addition, results from your routine annual health maintenance tests (e.g., pap smear, mammogram, colonoscopy, etc).

A CT anuterized tomography, or CTA) scan will also be completed. During this scan, contgiogram (a comprast is injected into the blood stream through a vein in your arm. The contrast travels to the kidneys and urinary tract while the CTA scan and X-rays are done. These tests help the transplant staff to determine if your urinary tract, kidneys, and the blood vessels leading to the kidneys are normal.

You will also meet with a surgeon and complete a psychosocial evaluation with a clinical social worker. Once all results from the entire evaluation process are available, they will be reviewed by a multidisciplinary committee who decides whether you are able to safely proceed with the donation.

What are the health risks associated with being a donor?

Your surgeon and nurse coordinator will discuss all health risks with you. The risks of donation are similar to those involved with any major surgery, such as bleeding and infection. Death resulting from kidney donation is extremely rare. Current research indicates that kidney donation does not change life expectancy or increase a person’s risks of developing kidney disease or other health problems.

Will giving a kidney affect my lifestyle?

A person can lead an active, normal life with only one kidney. Studies have shown that one kidney is sufficient to keep the body healthy. After recovering from surgery, a donor can work, drive, exercise and participate in sports, though contact sports are not recommended. A donor can continue in all types of occupations. Also, being a donor does not impact a person’s ability to have a child.

Deceased Kidney Donors

If you have no living donor available, the kidney used for your transplant surgery will come from a deceased donor. Regardless of your donor, you’ll still undergo the same thorough evaluation to determine whether you’re a candidate for transplant surgery. You cannot receive a kidney transplant before the completion of all tests and consultations recommended by the Doctor. Once you’re approved for transplant, you’ll be placed on the organ waiting list, at which point you begin to accrue waiting time.

While You Wait

The waiting period often is several years, so you may be asked to undergo periodic testing to remain “active” on the waiting list. You’ll continue to be cared for by your referring physician, and transplant physicians are available for consultation and will become actively involved if necessary.

During the waiting period, the Evaluation Coordinator is available to take your questions, as well as those from your referring physician. The Histocompatibility lab will request regular blood samples to test your antibody levels. Dialysis units are requested to provide monthly medical updates on your health.

Above all, because the waiting period can be extended, it’s important for you to let the transplant team know about any serious changes in your health. Keeping us updated improves the chances of a timely transplantation.

Deceased Kidney Donors Overview

Every kidney transplant patient who comes to Jehangir Hospital, Pune for care is different. But one thing they all have in common is the personal – and personalized – care they receive here.

The quality of our care & service is high because we tailor treatment to each individual and don’t believe in unnecessary cost incurring treatments. We provide intensive education for patient, their families and caregivers before the procedure and sufficient visits are scheduled for after surgery to measure treatments and progress of the patients.

Focused and high level of personal care has made Jehangir Hospital, Pune Kidney Transplant Program the most successful in the region with higher than expected results in both patient and kidney survival after transplantation.

Living Kidney donors offer the best chance for compatibility between recipient and donor organ, as well as improved transplant kidney and patient survival rates. If you’re fortunate enough to have a living donor then you’re truly blessed because donating a kidney requires a serious commitment on the part of the donor. And at Jehangir Hospital, we treat donors with the same level of care and attention that recipients receive.

We perform comprehensive evaluations of both the donor and recipient prior to transplantation in order to ensure the safety of both of you.

Below stated are some of the commonly asked questions by the Donors and Kidney Patients.

FAQ Living Kidney Donor

How do family and friends know when it is time to consider donation?

When a patient loses 90 to 95 percent of his or her kidney function, they are considered to have End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD). Treatment options for patients with ESRD are dialysis (where an artificial kidney machine removes waste from the blood) or a kidney transplant from a living or deceased donor.

Sometimes, a patient with 85 percent loss of kidney function undergoes a transplant which allows them to avoid having to go on dialysis. We encourage Kidney patients and their families to discuss the best course of treatment with their doctors, before taking a decision.

Who can be a donor?

Donors need to be between the ages of 18 and early 70s and can include parents, children, siblings, other relatives, and friends. An ideal donor should have a genuine interest in donating and a compatible blood type with the recipient.

Donors should be in good general health. Donors do not need to be genetically related.

Avoid Donation if you have suffered from any of the following diseases: Cancer, diabetes, kidney disease, heart disease, liver disease, sickle cell disease, HIV or hepatitis. However, these diseases are not all absolute contraindications to donation. Every donor will be considered on an individual basis.

Trouble making the decision to donate?

The decision to donate can vary from person to person. Some people make the decision instantly with few worries or concerns. Other people require time to think critically and will talk with close friends or family before deciding whether or not to donate. It is normal for some people to be afraid of donating a kidney as well as to experience guilt about not wanting to be a donor.

Individuals should not, under any circumstances, feel pressured to donate. The only “right” decision is the one that makes the donor feel comfortable. Potential donors are encouraged to speak with the living donor team if they have any questions or concerns about their decision.

What is the first step to becoming a living donor?

Followed by a simple procedure, preparing to donate your Kidney is almost hassle-free at Jehangir Hospital.

If you are interested in being a living donor, you should contact the Living Donor Kidney Program (410-328-5408) to request a questionnaire. Once the questionnaire has been completed it will be reviewed by a nurse coordinator to determine if you may proceed with initial blood testing.

Once your blood type, antigen match, and cross match are known, the living donor nurse coordinator will discuss the results and the donation process with you and answer any questions so that you can make an informed decision about proceeding with donation. This conversation is strictly confidential and is not shared with the recipient. If the donor decides to continue with donation, they must then complete a comprehensive evaluation.

What does the donor evaluation include?

We encourage all donor evaluations to be completed at Jehangir Hospital, Pune. The work-up can often be completed in 1-2 days, though additional testing may be required in some cases.

You will complete a medical history and receive a physical, which includes a blood pressure check, to ensure that you don’t have any concerning health conditions.

A series of laboratory and X-ray tests, as well as an EKG, will be completed to screen for kidney function, liver function, hepatitis, heart disease, lung disease and past exposure to viral illness. Urine testing will also be done to make sure that your kidneys function normally. In addition, results from your routine annual health maintenance tests (e.g., pap smear, mammogram, colonoscopy, etc).

A CT angiogram (a computerized tomography, or CTA) scan will also be completed. During this scan, contrast is injected into the blood stream through a vein in your arm. The contrast travels to the kidneys and urinary tract while the CTA scan and X-rays are done. These tests help the transplant staff to determine if your urinary tract, kidneys, and the blood vessels leading to the kidneys are normal. You will also meet with a surgeon and complete a psychosocial evaluation with a clinical social worker.

Once all results from the entire evaluation process are available, they will be reviewed by a multidisciplinary committee who decides whether you are able to safely proceed with the donation.

What is the health risk associated with being a donor?

Your surgeon and nurse coordinator will discuss all health risks with you. The risks of donation are similar to those involved with any major surgery, such as bleeding and infection. Death resulting from kidney donation is extremely rare. Current research indicates that kidney donation does not change life expectancy or increase a person’s risks of developing kidney disease or other health problems.

Will giving a kidney affect my lifestyle?

A person can lead an active, normal life with only one kidney. Studies have shown that one kidney is sufficient to keep the body healthy. After recovering from surgery, a donor can work, drive, exercise and participate in sports, though contact sports are not recommended. A donor can continue in all types of occupations. Also, being a donor does not impact a person’s ability to have a child.

How do I prepare for surgery?

Smokers must stop smoking at least one month prior to surgery, all medications and supplements must be reviewed by the transplant team to determine if they need to be held prior to surgery.

Women taking birth control pills or hormone replacement therapy are advised to stop taking these medications one month prior to surgery.

A few days before the transplant, both you and your recipient will come to the hospital for pre-admission testing. You will meet with an anesthesiologist and a nurse practitioner in the hospital’s PREP Center. You will be provided with specific instructions on how to prepare the night before surgery, such as not eating or drinking anything after midnight. The same day, you will have more lab work completed and will also meet with your nurse coordinator and social worker to review what to expect during your stay in the hospital and at discharge. You will also meet with the social worker earlier in the evaluation process who will help you to consider and prepare for emotional aspects of the donation experience. At Jehangir we aim to take charge into the smallest of details since we understand the importance of the entire process for the kidney patient and the donor.

What happens on the day of surgery?

You will be admitted to the hospital the morning of the surgery. Both you and your recipient go directly to the Same Day Surgery Suite at the Medical Center. Once there, the staff starts an intravenous (IV) line where fluids are administered. You will meet with your surgeon who will answer any remaining questions and will have you complete a consent form for the procedure.

A patient escort will wheel you to the operating room when it is time for surgery. Shortly after arriving in the operating room, the anesthesiologist will give you sedation medicine through the IV. Once you are fast asleep, a breathing tube for general anesthesia is placed which connects to a breathing machine. This routine process assists patients with breathing during surgery. A urinary catheter is inserted into the bladder and then the laparoscopic surgery begins.

How is the laparoscopic surgery performed?

During the surgery, a few very small incisions are made in the abdomen to insert laparoscopic instruments. The laparoscope contains a miniature camera that helps guide the surgical team. Once the kidney dissection is complete, a 3-4 inch incision is made to allow for the removal of the kidney. These incisions are closed using stitches that absorb on their own so they do not need to be removed..

 

Following Surgery

What happens after the surgery?

You will wake up in the recovery room feeling groggy and perhaps uncomfortable. A dedicated nurse will closely monitor your vital signs and comfort level. Pain medicine will be given as requested. You will be wearing an oxygen mask and have catheter draining urine from the bladder to a collecting bag in order to accurately measure the kidney's urine output. The catheter is usually left in overnight and removed at the bedside the next morning.

You are encouraged to get out of bed as soon as possible – usually the night of surgery. Walking is expected the next day. It is common for donors to experience gas pain and bloating after surgery. Walking will help to expel the gas. You should be released from the hospital 1-2 days following the operation, ready to lead a normal life! The following question deals with the precautions after surgery.

What to expect during recovery at home?

When you return home, your activities will be limited. You should not lift anything that weighs more than 20 lbs for the first four weeks. You may feel tired for the first week or two after the surgery and may need frequent naps. However, donors are encouraged to be active in between their periods of rest. Walking is considered excellent exercise during this time. You may also have some swelling around the incision area and should plan to wear loose, comfortable clothes. You will likely be able to return to work 2-3 weeks after the surgery, depending on the type of work. However some donors require a longer recovery period if their work requires heavy lifting or other physical demands. It is advised that you stay in regular contact with your doctor who will be guiding you through the process of a speedy recovery.

What kind of follow-up is needed?

You will have a post-operative appointment with your surgeon 1-2 weeks after the surgery. Additional follow-up appointments will be scheduled 6 months, 1 year and 2 years after your donation. This will allow our team to monitor your kidney function. After your 2 year follow-up with the transplant center, we recommend annual checkups to ensure healthy living.

What emotions do donors feel after the surgery?

Most living donors say they feel great satisfaction with the donation experience because they have helped to improve another person’s quality of life. Even in rare instances where the transplant is not successful, many donors say they feel positive about their decision because they did their very best to help a relative or friend. However, there is a small chance for donors to experience some negative or mixed feelings after the donation. These feelings have been more likely to occur in cases where the outcome of the surgery did not meet the expectations of the donor and/or recipient as well as in cases where the donor was unsure of his or her decision. So make sure that you are mentally and emotionally ready to donate, before taking a decision! The choice completely depends on you.

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