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Our specialists evaluate, manage and treat a wide range of conditions, medical complications and types of patients, including the following:

Acute Kidney Injury: These conditions happen quickly and include electrolyte and acid-base distrubances. Kidney function is rapidly lost. Often these patients are found in the hospital setting.

Glomerular Disease: Rare conditions that affect how the kidney filters blood and may be associated with proteinuria (protein in the urine) or hematuria (blood in the urine).

Chronic Kidney Disease: Conditions that are present for long periods of time.

End Stage Kidney Disease: When the kidney fails, there are options for treatment including replacement of kidney function

High Blood Pressure (Advanced Hypertension): UW Health offers a comprehensive program for patients with hypertension. Services are provided by a multidisciplinary team of hypertension physician-experts that include Cardiologists, Preventive Cardiologists and Nephrologists, with Endocrinology and Vascular Surgery consultants

Kidney Stones: The kidney stone program at University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics in Madison, Wisconsin was founded in 1995 to serve our patients with kidney stones and offers state-of-the-art therapy and prevention through our clinical and electronic services

Kidney Transplant: Transplant at University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics is one of the world's foremost organ transplant programs. UW Health physicians are recognized experts in their field, providing care to patients in our heart, lung, kidney, liver, pancreas, intestine, islet cell and pediatric transplant programs

Lupus Nephritis: The Lupus Nephritis Clinic at UW Health is one of only five in the nation serving patients with lupus nephritis who have kidney disease

Additional Conditions

General otolaryngologists do not limit their practice to any one portion of the head and neck, and can treat a variety of conditions. Some ENT specialists, however, pursue additional training in one of these subspecialty areas:

Acute kidney failure, including electrolyte and acid-based disturbances

Intrinsic kidney diseases, including diabetic nephropathy, hypertensive kidney disease, glomerulonephritis and chronic pyelonephritis, with an emphasis on slowing the progression of kidney disease

Proteinuria (protein in the urine) and hematuria (blood in the urine)

Anemia related to kidney disease

Bone disease related to kidney disease

Fluid and electrolyte disorders, including edema, potassium, acid-base and calcium disorders

Coordinated care and follow-up for patients with kidney disease associated with diabetes, high blood pressure or cardiovascular and kidney disease

Treatments, Procedures and Services

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Continuous renal replacement therapy, including citrate anticoagulation for critically ill patients

Comprehensive dialysis services and chronic dialysis outpatient care

Chronic peritoneal dialysis care, including continuous cycling peritoneal dialysis (CCPD) or continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD)

Percutaneous needle biopsy of native kidneys and kidney transplants using real-time ultrasound guidance. Watch: Kidney Biopsy Video

Percutaneous cannula placement using ultrasound guidance

Access to dialysis and transplant services for patients with end-stage renal disease

Access to all end-stage renal disease therapies, including kidney transplantation, hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis

The faculty is at the forefront of research & patient care in the field of kidney disease. The pursuit of excellence in patient care through improvement in understanding of disease processes & the development of new evidence-based strategies in treating individuals with kidney disease is our primary goal.

The division of Nephrology is available for patients at any stage of kidney disease. Our main goal is to provide the highest quality of care while helping patients manage their condition. Kidney diseases have been increasing in all parts of the world for 10 years. This is mainly due to an increase in cases of diabetes & hypertension, which are the main causes of kidney disease. About 40-50% of the kidney patients are diabetic & 30-40% of the patients are hypertensive. The division of Nephrology is available for patients at any stage of kidney disease. Our main goal is to provide the highest quality of care while helping patients manage their condition.

We see patients with a wide range of conditions, including diabetes & hypertension; inherited disorders such as polycystic kidney disease & end-stage renal disease. We also help patients through follow up management of a kidney transplant in Jaipur.

Conditions treated under Nephrology

Diabetic related kidney disease

Hypertensive related kidney disease

Acute kidney injury

Renal disease related to Connective Tissue Disorders

Acid-base disorders


Cardiogenic shock

Multiorgan failure

Childhood Nephrotic syndrome (including drug-related cases)

Polycystic kidney disease

Secondary hypertension

Conservative Nephropathy

Management of post renal transplant patients

Management of patients on Maintenance Hemodialysis

Pregnancy-related kidney problem

Lupus Nephritis

Volume disturbances or electrolyte

Obesity-related kidney problem

Treatment & Procedures

Acute peritoneal dialysis in children

Bedside Hemodialysis

Critical Care Nephrology

Hemodialysis & Hemodiafiltration

Peritoneal dialysis

Permanent catheter insertion under fluoroscopy guidance

Slow continuous venovenous hemofiltration (CRRT)

Sustained low efficient dialysis (SLED)

Temporary catheter insertion for HD