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Patient Education

RENAL TRANSPLANTATION

Dr. Mahesh Sane with his experience of more than 500 surgeries since 2005 is educating his patients on Renal Transplantation. Dr. Mahesh Sane is a specialist in the treatment of male and female reproductive parts and has notable accomplishments in the field of kidney transplantation and male infertility treatment. Dr. Sane uses the state of the art facilities and takes the help of the latest technology to treat his patients. Dr. Sane has notable accomplishments in the field of Urology and Andrology. Dr. Sane is an experienced surgeon for Renal Transplantation at Bombay Hospital and Sir J.J. Hospital in Mumbai.

Renal Transplantation overview

Renal Transplantation is a kidney transplant in a patient who is suffering from a last stage kidney disease. Dr. Mahesh Sane educates his patients on the various benefits and risks of Renal Transplantation. It involves the process of surgically transplanting the kidney of a donor in place of the kidney of the said patient. It can help in reviving the normal functions of the patient’s kidney, allowing the patient to revive a healthy lifestyle. There are professional nurses available in the clinics who are there to explain and educate the benefits of a renal transplantation to the patient and their family members. Before the surgery, it is necessary that the patient understands the process of the surgery and the reasons why such an operation is being carried out on him.

Renal Transplantation Surgery

The renal transplantation surgery is a long process and Dr. Sane makes sure that the latest equipment is used to carry out such an intense surgery. The treatments for end-stage renal disease are hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis and then finally the kidney transplantation is done. The kidney from a deceased donor replaces the kidney of the affected patient. Blood-tests are carried out to find out an accurate donor match.

 

WHAT is UROLOGY ?

Urologic surgery is the mix of surgical exercises for the pelvis the colon, urogenital, and gynecological organs principally for the treatment of deterrents, brokenness, malignancies, and incendiary diseases.

Normal urologic operations include: -

  • Renal (Kidney) Surgery
  • Kidney Evacuation
  • Surgery Of The Ureters, Including Ureterolithotomy
  • Bladder Surgery
  • Pelvic Lymph Hub Dismemberment
  • Prostatic Surgery, Evacuation Of The Prostate
  • Testicular Surgery
  • Urethra Surgery
  • Surgery To The Penis

Conditions that regularly manage a requirement for Urologic surgery incorporate neurogenic sources like spinal rope damage, wounds to the pelvic organs, incessant digestive and urinary diseases; and also prostate infections and aggravations. There are numerous other basic constant and harmful diseases that can advantage from resection, surgical enlargement, or surgery to clear impediments. These conditions affect the digestive, renal, and conceptual frameworks. As the populace ages, these conditions are required to increment, particularly among ethnic minorities who have a lopsided offer of Urologic diseases.

Most organs are defenseless to cancer as tumors and intrusion of the encompassing tissue. Urologic malignancies are on the ascent. Different conditions that are seen all the more much of the time incorporate kidney stones, diseases and infections, pancreatic diseases, ulcerative colitis, penile brokenness; and infections of the genitourinary tract.

Urologic surgery has been upset by striking advances in urodynamic symptomatic frameworks. Changes in these regions have been particularly useful for urologic surgery. These procedural and imaging advances have brought the field of urology to an exceptionally dynamic and creative stage, with new surgical options made every year.