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24 March, 2018



Dialysis (First Time) Package


Dialysis (First Time) : Know Your Package Price and Other Details


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  • Consumables, Disposables & Investigations Related to the Procedure / Package
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  • Treatment of illness / Health Condition Not Directly Related to the Procedure / Package


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What does dialysis do?

Are there different types of dialysis?

What is peritoneal dialysis?


When is Dialysis needed?

You need dialysis when your kidneys no longer remove enough wastes and fluid from your blood to keep you healthy and fit. This usually happens when you have only 10 to 15 per cent of your kidney function left. Your doctor is the best person to tell you when you should start dialysis.


What does dialysis do?

Dialysis helps to keep your body in balance. Dialysis does the following

  • Removes waste, salt and extra water to prevent them from building up in the body
  • Keeps a safe level of certain chemicals in your blood, such as potassium, sodium and bicarbonate
  • Helps to control blood pressure

What are the symptoms of kidney (renal) failure?

Kidney failure happens gradually. Following are the symptoms of kidney failure one may experience:

  • Tiredness
  • Frequent need to urinate, especially at night
  • Itchy skin
  • Nausea
  • Shortness of breath
  • Water retention (swollen feet, hands, ankles)
  • Blood in urine
  • Protein in urine

Are there different types of dialysis?

Yes, there are 2 types of Dialysis:

  • Hemodialysis
  • Peritonial Dialysis

What is hemodialysis?

In hemodialysis an artificial kidney known as hemodialyzer is used to remove waste and extra chemicals and fluid from your blood. To get your blood into the artificial kidney, the doctor needs to make an access into your blood vessels. This is done by minor surgery to your arm or leg.

Sometimes, an access is made by joining an artery to a vein under your skin to make a bigger blood vessel called fistula.

However, if your blood vessels are not adequate for a fistula, the doctor may use a soft plastic tube to join an artery and a vein under your skin. This is called a graft.

Occasionally an access is made by means of a narrow plastic tube known as catheter, which is inserted into a large vein in your neck. This type of access may be temporary, but in sometimes used for long-term treatment.


What is peritoneal dialysis?

In this type of dialysis, your blood is cleaned inside your body. The doctor will do surgery to place a plastic tube called catheter into your abdomen to make an access. During the treatment, your abdominal area known as the peritoneal cavity is slowly filled with dialysate through the catheter. The blood stays in the arteries and veins that line your peritoneal cavity. Extra fluid and waste products are drawn out of your blood and into the dialysate. There are 2 major kinds of peritoneal dialysis.


What are the different types of peritoneal dialysis?

There are 2 types of peritoneal dialysis:


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Why Patients like DESUN?

Rated as one of India’s best hospitals

  • a) For excellence in quality of medical treatment and hospital services DESUN is the youngest hospital in India to get the prestigious National Accreditation Board for Hospitals (NABH) accreditation from Government of India. World over NABH is considered equivalent to JCAHO (Joint Commission for American Healthcare Organizations) or JCI (Joint Commission International) - the standards followed in US for hospital accreditation. Of more than 1000 hospitals in India who have applied for NABH even after 6 years not even 100 hospitals have been able to achieve the high quality standard required to get NABH accreditation.
    In the lead story of November 2011 issue of National News Magazine THE WEEK “India’s Best Hospitals” were covered based on an All India Survey. DESUN Hospital was included in this prestigious list of “India’s Best Hospitals”.
  • For excellence in quality of routine and Superspecialty pathology testing DESUN Pathology lab has also received the prestigious accreditation from the National Accreditation Board for Laboratories (NABL). In Eastern India only DESUN pathology lab has in-house facilities to perform superspecialty pathology tests like PCR, Flow Cytometry, etc. This benefits DESUN’s patients tremendously and there is practically no waiting time for getting test results when compared to other hospitals in Kolkata who have to send these tests to Mumbai or Delhi and wait for 3 / 4 days for get test results. Thus there is no delay in diagnosis and therefore, prompt and accurate treatment for DESUN’s patients.

Ranked on Top by both West Bengal and Central Government

  • There are only 7 hospitals in West Bengal considered by West Bengal Government as “Class 1 Hospital Service Providers” under the West Bengal Health Scheme – WBHS. DESUN is the first name in this list.
  • There are more than 100 hospitals in Eastern India empanelled by Central Government under Central Government Health Scheme – CGHS. Of these 100 only 2 hospitals have been able to qualify the high standards and have, therefore, been able to achieve the status of “Superspecialty Hospital” by CGHS. DESUN is one of the 2 Superspecialty hospitals categorized by CGHS.

Safest Hospital For Any Operation

  • 2 of the major fears any surgeon has before any operation is that of OT infection and cardiac, heart complications during or after the operation. If OT infections occur or the patient develops cardiac problems even the best surgeon cannot help you. DESUN is the only hospital in Kolkata having STEEL OPERATION THEATERS (Steel OTs) which drastically reduces chances of OT infection. After the surgery the patient is under the best care of doctors and nurses in the post operative phase at DESUN. Also DESUN has the largest Heart Institute in Kolkata to handle any cardiac emergencies during or after the operation.

Specialist Doctors’ Round The Clock

  • With 28 medical departments having in-house specialist doctors any problem during your stay at DESUN can be handled by this specialist doctors’ team 24 hours. You may be admitted for a particular surgery but in the event there are some problems which a specialist needs doctor of another department it is available immediately in-house at DESUN. This facility is often not available at other renowned hospitals.
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