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Critical Care Nephrology

Critical Care Nephrology in India

Thousands of people suffer from acute kidney damage (AKI), a dangerous medical illness. Reduced blood supply to the kidneys, usually in a patient who is ill with a medical condition, is the primary cause of AKI in the majority of instances. Severe dehydration from significant vomiting or diarrhoea, decreased blood volume after bleeding, or both may be to blame for the lowered blood flow. Patients in intensive care units (ICUs) who develop AKI have higher rates of morbidity and mortality, longer stays in hospitals and ICUs, and higher expenses, particularly if they need renal replacement treatment.

Choosing Manipal Hospitals

A multidisciplinary approach is necessary for the difficult diagnosis and treatment of AKI, paving the way for the relatively new field of critical care nephrology (CCN). The diverse demands of critically ill kidney patients can be met by the team's nephrologists, critical care doctors, cardiologists, and cardiac surgeons. At Manipal Hospital, the best kidney hospital in India, patient-centered requirements are prioritised, and our attentive experts painstakingly determine the optimal course of treatment and care.


Doctors can treat patients with kidney disease, electrolyte and metabolic abnormalities, poisoning, severe sepsis, significant organ dysfunction, and other pathological events by using critical care nephrology. These medical professionals are extremely skilled and knowledgeable about the most recent advancements in renal replacement therapies and enhanced dialysis delivery to critically ill patients. The outcomes of patients with acute renal failure are being improved by these creative techniques.

Number of cases

More than 2 lakh AKI patients have received treatment from this elite discipline. Book an appointment to know more about critical care nephrology in India.

Infection control protocol

Since most infections that affect the severely ill are acquired in the ICU, our strict infection control procedures are able to effectively stop their spread.