Renal concretions can be effectively managed and treated. The right diagnosis is the key to receiving appropriate renal stone treatment. Other treatments like lithotripsy, ureteroscopy or tunnel surgery can be done after consulting a nephrologist or urologist. These doctors are specialists and can best diagnose the type of renal concretion, and the way forward for you based on the severity of your condition alongside your diet, body type, and other lifestyle factors.
If you face severe symptoms or find blood in your urine, it’s important you see a doctor right away. At MFine, we enable the patients to have a healthier way of life with modern healthcare services.
We ensure that the best renal stone treatment programs
are made available to Indians for any stage your medical condition or issues may be at. We strive to provide you with better knowledge about your medical queries and offer online support as well to make healthcare more accessible and convenient.
Get in touch with our team of doctors and healthcare professionals for any advice or assistance. We will provide you with a total and holistic healthcare treatment program as per your needs and requirements. You can also check out our mFine app for a list of best urologists with whom you can interact and get answers for your queries.
Besides, we understand the challenges you may face while seeking appropriate treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic. Ensure that you wear a mask and sanitize frequently if you need to visit the clinic or hospital. If you or someone you know have been showcasing COVID-19 symptoms, it is best to perform the RT PCR test to get an accurate diagnosis.
Are COVID-19 patients at risk of renal complications?
As the world reels from the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak, it has been observed that patients who are contracting the Coronavirus disease, have also shown signs of renal complications. Reports have shown that people with pre-existing kidney conditions and those who had liver transplants were at risk of developing COVID-19 symptoms. But unfortunately, even perfectly healthy people who showed symptoms of COVID in India, have developed renal problems during recovery.
Some of the complications a patient is likely to experience after contracting the Coronavirus disease are:
a) AKI: Some patients of COVID in India are at significant risk of AKI (Acute Kidney Injury). This unfortunately can lead to serious chronic kidney diseases, dialysis and even death. It has also been observed that the mortality rate for patients with COVID in India, who develop AKI, are higher.
b) COVID pneumonia: It is known that patients of COVID in India have to undergo a CT scan to assess COVID pneumonia. It has been seen that COVID pneumonia can also sometimes lead to kidney injury.
Most patients developed AKI during COVID-19 have continued to suffer from kidney related diseases even after release from hospital. But in most cases, these complications are reversible.
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