What Is The Success Rate Of Kidney Transplant In India

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A kidney transplant of an individual is done when the kidneys fail to perform its work and does not function properly. They lose their ability to filter these waste which leads to the accumulation of waste fluid in the body, which is harmful to the body. Accumulation of waste fluid can lead to high blood pressure and ultimately result in kidney failure or also called end-stage kidney disease.

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What Is The Success Rate Of Kidney Transplant In India

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• Kidneys are bean-shaped organs which are placed just below the rib cage on either side of the spine. • The function of the kidney is to remove and filter excess water fluid and minerals from the body in the form of urine. • A kidney transplant often is the best treatment for kidney failure. • Kidney transplant hospital in Bangalore including other South Indian states have a higher rate of success stories. INTRODUCTION

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• A kidney transplant of an individual is done when the kidneys fail to perform its work and does not function properly. • They lose their ability to filter these waste which leads to the accumulation of waste fluid in the body which is harmful to the body. • Accumulation of waste fluid can lead to high blood pressure and ultimately result in kidney failure or also called end-stage kidney disease. • Patients with end-stage kidney disease need either to remove waste from their bloodstream dialysis or a kidney transplant to live. KIDNEY TRANSPLANT

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• A kidney transplant is a procedure that is done to replace a failed kidney with a healthy kidney. • The healthy kidney may be provided from an existing or deceased donor. The kidney which has been transplanted takes over the charge of the diseased kidneys. • A kidney transplant does not require dialysis of the patient.

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1. Sometimes to find a matching kidney it takes a long time. 2. Merely 15000 donors are available with 2 lakh patients in waiting. 3. The Ministry of Health report says that the annual requirement of kidneys ranges from 2-3 lakh with only 60000 transplants actually occurring. 4. The huge difference between the demand and supply of kidneys has to lead the government to push for cadaver donation or deceased donor. 5. An old report of kidney transplants in India says that from 1971 to 2015 only 783 kidneys were from cadaver donors. 6. This is due to the hesitation of the family and lack of awareness. THE SUCCESS RATE OF KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION IN INDIA

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• The live kidney transplant program has evolved in India in the past 50 years which is also the second-largest program in the numbers. • Post-2012 there had been a significant increase in organ donation. • Since 2011 a rule had been made by the Indian government. • It has been introduced in the Indian Law and Amendment for a provision of “requir ed requ est ” for the doctors to ask for the donation of an organ in the case of brain death. • It also mandates to register nationally and counsel relatives for organ donation. • The overall deceased donation in India 0.5 per million population in the year 2015.

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• India has one of the highest success rates in kidney transplants in the world. • The significant success rates include highly experienced surgeons medication and facilities to ensure the safety of donor and receiver. • The current success rate of kidney transplant in India has been estimated to be around 90. • There are several factors which control the overall success ratio. • The report says that more than 2.5 lakh people suffer from last stage kidney disease each year. 7 out of 10 kidney patients go for dialysis and nearly 6 out of 10 cannot continue due to hefty treatment fees.

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• With the advancement of immunosuppressive drugs high dose steroids have been stopped to prevent graft rejection. • This has lowered the complications of post-operation after transplant surgery. • Time has come to look into the prevention and early detection of kidney disease. • There is also a strong need for increasing the deceased donation rate. • Constant efforts from Government NGOs public and private sector hospitals are required both for empowering the medical treatment and increasing the donation of an organ.

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