Best nephrology Hospital in Shamshabad

1. Daycare dialysis
2. CKD dialysis
3. Kidney biopsy
4. All kidney disease treatment

Arkan Hospitals is dedicated to developing the latest diagnostic, preventive and treatment methods for all types of kidney diseases and related disorders. An efficient team of renal transplants, nephrologists, urologists, and technical specialists is available to manage the challenges associated with performing multiple life-saving procedures. We're offering the latest diagnostic tools, comprehensive Preoperative Evaluation, and Dialysis Support. Our team's commitment to delivering excellent care is taken pride in by us.

Our team of nephrologists is trained to manage a variety of kidney-related conditions, including glomerulonephritis, nephrotic syndrome, and acute kidney injury. We also work closely with other specialists, including urologists and transplant surgeons, to provide comprehensive care for patients with complex kidney problems.

Arkan Hospitals is one of the best nephrology hospital in Shamshabad offering the comprehensive treatment and diagnosis for all types of kidney disease by top nephrologists. Our leading team of top urologists, nephrologists, surgeons, trained specialists and support staff are known for providing the finest urological and nephrological care in the industry. We’re housed in a fully-equipped state-of-the-art facility that boasts of all the resources needed to help our patients reclaim their healthier lives.

Symptoms of Kidney Diseases
Acute Kidney Injury:

If the kidney function fails within just a short time it is known as Acute Kidney Injury.

Chronic Kidney Diseases:

If the kidney fails gradually over months or years then it is known as chronic kidney disease.

Common Symptoms:
  • Acute renal failure, a sudden loss of renal function
  • Chronic kidney disease, declining renal function, usually with an inexorable rise in creatinine
  • Hematuria, blood in the urine
  • Proteinuria is the loss of protein especially albumin in the urine
  • Kidney stones are usually only recurrent stone formers
  • Chronic or recurrent urinary tract infections
  • Hypertension that has failed to respond to multiple forms of anti-hypertensive medication or could have a secondary cause
  • Electrolyte disorders or acid/base imbalance

Please note that these symptoms may overlap, and it is important to consult a nephrologist for proper diagnosis and treatment.

Dr. Shabana Nazneen

MD(General Medicine), DM(Nephrology) Consultant nephrologist & Transplant Physician