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Kidney transplant

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Cost of Kidney transplant in India

KIDNEY TRANSPLANT PRICE IN INDIA– 8000 USD / 560000 INR

 All inclusive Kidney transplant cost in INDIA – 10000 USD / 700000 INR

No hidden costs or last-minute surprises and shocks

Stay in hospital – 8 days

Stay in India – 30 days

KIDNEY TRANSPLANT COST IN INDIA & LOW COST KIDNEY TRANSPLANT IN INDIA

Inclusions in above cost:

  • Kidney transplant surgery

  • Routine preoperative InvestigationsHospital stay for patient and donor (8 days)

  • Meals for patient, donor and attendant

  • Legal documentation for transplant

  • Medicines and consumables during admission

  • Family and patient counseling

  • Travel and Visa assistance

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We understand that spending hard-earned money on healthcare or medical treatment is the last thing a person would opt for. Especially in kidney failure cases where the patient and his family are already suffering from the disease and its outcomes be it physical, mental, social or financial distress for the patient and his family. Instead of caring for the patient, the patient and the family usually is more worried about spending hefty amounts on unplanned medical treatment that definitely sets them aback. We at JUST HEALTHX thrive to get the best possible kidney transplant treatment at affordable prices. We also ensure that there are no hidden costs or last minutes changes in cost estimate given once the patient arrives in India for his treatment. This is the lowest cost of kidney transplant in India with the best hospitals with international quality accreditations.

 

Overview

A kidney transplant is a surgical procedure to place a healthy kidney from a live or deceased donor into a person whose kidneys no longer function properly.

The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs located on either side of the spine just below the rib cage. Each one is about the size of a fist. Their main function is to filter and remove excess waste, minerals and fluid from the blood by producing urine.

When your kidneys lose this filtering ability, harmful levels of fluid and waste accumulate in your body, which can raise your blood pressure and result in kidney failure (end-stage renal disease, which is also known as end-stage kidney disease). End-stage renal disease occurs when the kidneys have lost about 90 percent of their ability to function normally.

Common causes of end-stage renal disease include:

  • Diabetes
  • Chronic, uncontrolled high blood pressure
  • Chronic glomerulonephritis — an inflammation and eventual scarring of the tiny filters within your kidneys (glomeruli)
  • Polycystic kidney disease

People with end-stage renal disease need to have waste removed from their bloodstream via a machine (dialysis) or a kidney transplant to stay alive.

Why it’s done

A kidney transplant is often the treatment of choice for kidney failure compared to be on dialysis for a lifetime. A kidney transplant can treat chronic kidney disease with glomerular filtration rate (GFR, a measure of kidney function) less than or equal to 20 ml/min and end-stage renal disease to help you feel better and live longer.

Compared to dialysis, a kidney transplant is associated with:

  • Better quality of life
  • Lower risk of death
  • Fewer dietary restrictions
  • Lower treatment cost
  • More time for yourself and family

Some people may also benefit from receiving a kidney transplant before needing to go on dialysis, a procedure known as a preemptive kidney transplant.

But for certain people with kidney failure, a kidney transplant may be riskier than dialysis. Conditions that may prevent you from being eligible for a kidney transplant include:

  • Advanced age
  • Severe heart disease
  • Active or recently treated cancer
  • Poorly controlled mental illness
  • Dementia
  • Alcohol or drug abuse
  • Any other factor that could affect their ability to safely undergo the procedure and take the medications needed to prevent organ rejection

Only one donated kidney is needed to replace two failed kidneys, making living-donor kidney transplantation an option.

Procedure:

Finding a match

A kidney donor can be living or deceased, related or unrelated to you. Your transplant team will consider several factors when evaluating whether a donor kidney will be a good match for you.

Tests to determine whether a donated kidney may be suitable for you include:

  • Blood typing. It’s preferable to get a kidney from a donor whose blood type matches or is compatible with your own. Blood-type incompatible transplants are also possible but require additional medical treatment before and after transplant to reduce the risk of organ rejection. These are known as ABO-incompatible kidney transplants.
  • Tissue typing. If your blood type is compatible, the next step is a tissue typing test called human leukocyte antigen (HLA) typing. This test compares genetic markers that increase the likelihood the transplanted kidney will last a long time. A good match means it’s less likely that your body will reject the organ.
  • Crossmatch. The third and final matching test involves mixing a small sample of your blood with the donor’s blood in the lab. The test determines whether antibodies in your blood will react against specific antigens in the donor’s blood. A negative crossmatch means they are compatible and the recipient’s body isn’t as likely to reject the donor’s kidney. Positive crossmatch kidney transplants are also possible but require additional medical treatment before and after the transplant to reduce the risk of antibodies reacting to the donor organ.

Additional factors your transplant team may consider in finding the most appropriate donor kidney for you include matching age, kidney size and infection exposure.

Transplant:

Kidney transplants are performed with general anaesthesia, so the recipient is asleep during the procedure. The surgical team monitors your heart rate, blood pressure and blood oxygen level throughout the procedure.

During the surgery:

  • The surgeon makes an incision and places the new kidney in your lower abdomen. Unless your own kidneys are causing complications such as high blood pressure, kidney stones, pain or infection, they are left in place.
  • The blood vessels of the new kidney are attached to blood vessels in the lower part of your abdomen, just above one of your legs.
  • The new kidney’s ureter — the tube that links the kidney to the bladder — is connected to your bladder.

Time

You have to come to India 2-3 weeks before the planned transplant to finish the prerequisites and after the medical procedure around two months of stay is required. So a complete stay of 10-11 weeks is required for a kidney transplant in India.

Cost

At JusthealthX, we perceive the criticalness of brilliant wellbeing and prosperity of our visitors and subsequently, our goal is to provide the best kidney transplant in India at fair moderate costs. Our endeavor is to provide:

  • Best kidney transplant in India
  • Most affordable kidney transplant cost in India

The expense of kidney transplant in India differs with the sort of strategy picked, type of transplant and general health condition of the patient and donor The kidney transplant cost in India begins from around  USD 8600   and relies on different elements.

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