Best Nephrology (Renal Medicine) clinics in Dubai - United Arab Emirates
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Building 37 - 26th St - Umm Hurair 2Dubai Healthcare City - Dubai - United Arab Emirates - 3.73 kilometers Building 37 - 26th St - Umm Hurair 2Dubai Healthcare City - Dubai - United Arab Emirates - 3.73 kilometers Nephrology (Renal Medicine) Cardiothoracic Surgery Clinical Genetics + 29 more Abubaker Alsidiq , Dha, DXB, Dubai - 6.41 kilometers Abubaker Alsidiq , Dha, DXB, Dubai - 6.41 kilometers
Nephrology (Renal Medicine) Oncology Cardiology
7 A St, Amman St , Dubai - 8.51 kilometers 7 A St, Amman St , Dubai - 8.51 kilometers Nephrology (Renal Medicine) Anaesthetics Allergy Medicine + 30 more
What is Nephrology?
Nephrology is a speciality concerning the kidneys. It involves the study of normal kidney function and kidney disease, the preservation of good kidney health, and the treatment of kidney diseases, looking into everything from diet to dialysis, medicines to actual transplantation.
Nephrology covers adults and children, dealing with the diagnosis and management of kidney diseases, looking after the organs that maintain the body’s normal fluid levels and electrolyte balance. They also deal with prevention as well as treatment, and spend time educating patients in their own long term care.
What procedures can you find at a Nephrology clinic?
- Serum creatinine
- Glomerular filtration rate
- Blood urea nitrogen
- 24-hour urine test
- Creatinine clearance
- CT scan
- Kidney transplant
- Kidney Stone Prevention
- Kidney dialysis: haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis
- Kidney failure diagnosis and treatment
- Cryotherapy for renal cancers
What should you expect at a Nephrology clinic?
A nephrology clinic is aware of all the necessary medications and clinical pharmacology as well as high blood pressure management, diabetes management, the epidemiology of diseases and infections, nutrition, prevention and treatment. You might be referred by your GP or primary care doctor who suspects you might have something wrong with your kidneys.
The nephrologist will take your full medical history and study any paperwork you bring with you. They may give you a blood test and check your weight, review your current medications, if any, and check your body physically for signs. They might carry out a urine check and examine your blood, taking a sample. Then you’ll discuss a treatment plan between you or talk through the recommended next steps.