with minimally invasive surgery
Kidney transplantation is the most effective treatment for chronic kidney failure
Chronic renal failure means persistent renal dysfunction. Today, the most effective treatment for chronic kidney failure is kidney transplantation. However, some patients with chronic renal failure prefer the dialysis option. As dialysis may only (partially) perform some of the renal functions, it should not be considered as an alternative to kidney transplantation. Moreover, for the dialysis patient there are many unfavorable situations such as strict diet, water restriction, travel obstruction, staying away from social life, lagging behind at work or school. As dialysis patients are deprived of most kidney functions, they often need to undergo additional drug therapies (blood pressure, blood products, etc.). On the other hand, kidney transplant patients have a much higher quality and life expectancy than dialysis patients. Patients after successful kidney transplantation and follow-up surgery can continue their lives as healthy individuals.
Transplantation from a living donor is much more advanced
The patient can be discharged the day after surgery. Renal surgery in the closed method is performed with two holes with a size of 0.5-1 cm in the abdominal area of the patient, and at the end of the operation the kidney is removed by an incision of 6 cm on the groin area. Patients have far fewer problems with pain after surgery, and patients stay in the hospital for shorter periods of time and can return to their normal lives and work faster.
Adverse side effects such as hernias, loss of sensation, infection from surgical scars, accumulation of air in the lungs, observed in open operations in the past, almost never occur with new surgical interventions. This operation, which is performed through two holes and a small incision to remove the kidneys, also provides better results, including in a cosmetic sense.
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