Kidneys are amazing organs & it is essential to protect our kidneys.
On the occasion of World Kidney Day, Kamineni Hospital conducts Road Shows all over Hyderabad to educate people on KIDNEY CARE & distribute 2000 free water bottles across the city as "Water Saves Lives". Hence we should DRINK MORE & LIVE MORE, was the initiative taken by Kamineni Hospital for this World Kidney Day 2012.
People express their support by taking a Sip from the distributed water bottles & carried the information on Kidney Care given by Kamineni Hospital. They all, along with Team Kamineni pledged to "consume a healthy amount of fluid in 2012".
Followed by this activity, Kamineni Hospital shares The India's first ever 'ABO – Incompatible Kidney Transplant news with the media.
Kamineni Hospital also shares the success rate of their researched treatment, ABO Kidney Transplant using Immuno adsorption technique. 6 successful cases are carried out till date at the Kamineni Hospital - LB Nagar by Dr. Kamal Kiran, Chief Nephrologists which is an achievement in the field of medicine.
Hyderabad based 350 bedded Super Specialty Hospital with NABH & NABL Accreditations & 4lac sft area (largest in AP) - Kamineni Hospital transplant team comprised of Dr. Kamal Kiran-Nephrologists, successfully transplanted the kidney of an A+ donor (father) to an O+ patient (son) which was earlier supposed to be impossible. Termed ABO Incompatible Kidney Transplantation in medical language, this is the first ever such operation in the country done using the Immuno adsorption technique.
Non-matching blood groups are called ABO Incompatible. The operation was performed on a Pune based patient Mr. Deepak, here at Kamineni Hospital in Hyderabad city.
Kidney transplantation or renal transplantation is the organ transplant of a kidney into a patient with the end-stage renal disease. Kidney transplantation is typically classified as deceased donor (formerly known as cadaveric) or living- donor transplantation depending on the source of the donor organ.
Living - donor renal transplants are further characterized as genetically related (living-related) or non-related (living-unrelated) transplants, depending on whether a biological relationship exists between the donor and recipient.
With this the dream of kidney transplant, regardless of the matching has become a reality, bringing hope to several patients, expressed the doctors of Kamineni Hospital with the sense of pride.
The procedure helps us overcome Antibody barriers to Kidney Transplantation. In the past, a transplant could not be successfully done unless the organ donor and recipient had compatible blood types. Because due to blood incompatibility issues, an estimated 30% of related donors were turned down.
Adding further Dr. Kamal Kiran stated that ABO Kidney Transplantation is a rare procedure, but if protocols were implemented to transplant across blood- group barriers, it is estimated that an additional 1500 live donor kidney transplants could be performed each year in India & 250 in Andhra Pradesh.
Patients can find more details on calling the Patient Experience Office:+91 949 106 1983