Advanced treatments for kidney diseases with the best diagnosis and affordable cost of nephrology care in Hyderabad.

Maxhealth Hospital of Nephrology is one of the best kidney hospitals in Hyderabad offering treatments for a wide range of diseases related to kidneys such as chronic kidney disease, acute kidney injury, kidney stones, kidney cysts and urinary tract infections the best nephrologists and surgeons in Hyderabad. Maxhealth is recognized as one of the best hospitals for nephrology care in Hyderabad with a high success rate at the most competitive cost. The nephrologists in India are working in our hospital to bring a wealth of experience and a wide range of expertise that has helped us grow into the top nephrology hospitals in India.Maxhealth hospital offers comprehensive nephrology services under one roof and the best Nephrology hospital in Hyderabad, India. It is known across India for its expertise in the treatment of the most complex kidney related diseases. The institute is a pioneer in renal transplantation in both live and cadaveric donor programs. The institute has some of the leading nephrologists in India, who work closely with physical and occupational therapists to develop a comprehensive, individualized treatment plan, keeping in mind the patient’s diagnosis, lifestyle and professional requirements.Patients with kidney disease need quality care, guidance and hope. As leaders in kidney disease management, we provide a full spectrum of services and take pride in our teamwork to achieve the best possible outcomes in a range of disorders from congenital to acquired and degenerative. Our nephrologists (kidney doctors) direct all aspects of treatment, including early intervention, transplant support and dialysis services, like peritoneal dialysis (CAPD) and clinical research.

Maxhealth hospital specializes in latest diagnostic, preventive and treatment approaches for all kidney diseases and related disorders. Every year, the institute sees over 500 patients with kidney diseases namely acute kidney injury, glomerulonephritis, vasculitis, electrolyte and acid-base disorders, hypertension, genetic kidney diseases, kidney stone disease, chronic kidney disease (CKD), peritoneal dialysis and bone disorders related to kidney disease.The hospital brings together the experience and expertise of qualified and experienced Nephrologists in the country to ensure the best possible treatment and care for the patients. Patients coming to the institute have access to the team of nationally and internationally renowned, board certified nephrologists who work closely with multi-disciplinary support staff of cardiologists, endocrinologists, pharmacists, nurses, educators, dieticians, and physiotherapists.
The Hospital offers comprehensive services for outpatient and inpatient care, dialysis, haemodiafiltration, biopsies, renal angiography and angioplasty to mention a few. The facility of online haemodiafiltration is one of its kinds in Hyderabad which offers efficient and safe dialysis for septic patients. The diagnostic unit, wards and operation theatres are well equipped with latest medical advancements and abide by international standards for the benefit of patients during the treatment and hospital stay.Institute of Nephrology at Maxhealth hospitals has a modern dialysis technique that provides safe dialysis services to the patients with end-stage-kidney-diseases. Significantly, the institute has state-of-the-art equipment and facilities for Haemodialysis, Kidney transplant and post-transplant renal intensive care. It has a well-equipped pediatric and neonatal ICU. Also the institute has the expertise to offer renal biopsies and dialysis to neonates also. The following are the treatments offered for the various kidney disorders at Maxhealth hospital.

The conditions addressed by the Institute of Nephrology include:

  • Chronic kidney disease & chronic kidney failure:
    Long-standing diseases of kidney results in slow, irreversible damage to kidneys and deterioration of kidney function. In early stages, the signs are less apparent. As the disease progresses to further stages, the kidney functions decline and symptoms become more prominent. Early diagnosis and treatment of kidney diseases is thus important. Institute of Nephrology is well equipped for the necessary blood tests, urine tests, imaging tests and biopsies for chronic kidney disease, also known as renal parenchymal disease. Treatment for CKD includes medications, dialysis and kidney transplants in the end-stage CKD and chronic kidney failure.
  • Acute kidney injury & acute renal failure:
    Acute kidney injury (AKI) is commonly seen in hospitalized patients, especially in critically ill patients. The Hospital provides critical care with leading practicing nephrologists for mild, moderate and severe acute kidney injury. AKI is associated with rapid (within hours or days) decrease in renal excretion and accumulation of creatinine and toxic wastes (accelerated decline in kidney function). Our nephrologists focus to identify the injury before it culminates into acute renal failure. Patients may require renal replacement therapy in both the cases. It is important to stop the progress of acute renal failure from progressing to chronic kidney disease.
  • Recurrent kidney stones:
    Kidney stones or renal calculi refer to the formation of a hard, crystalline mineral material within the kidney or urinary tract. Half of the patients with recurrent kidney stones have excess calcium in the urine (hypercalciuria) or Hyperoxaluria & oxalosis.
    Kidney stones may be removed using extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL), percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) or open surgery. Depending upon the location of the stones, the condition is further termed as:
  • Nephrolithiasis:
    stones are present in the kidney.
  • Urolithiasis:
    stones are present in the bladder or urinary tract.
  • Ureterolithiasis:
    stones are located in the ureters.

Chronic/recurrent urinary tract infections: A threshold of 3 urinary tract infections (UTIs) is considered to be chronic/recurrent UTIs. Bacterial persistence or reinfection. Recurrent infections require additional treatment strategies other than infection control. Nephrologists at the Hospital identify and treat the possible underlying factors such as diabetes mellitus, chronic renal insufficiency, urinary tract abnormalities or obstructions, or voiding dysfunction.

  • Polycystic kidney disease& Simple kidney cysts:
    Non-cancerous, fluid-filled sacs that start growing small have the ability to grow large and affect the kidney function over a period of time. Many people with PKD have kidney failure by age 60. Based on the overall health status and underlying factors nephrologists choose across different treatment approaches which may or may not include kidney transplantation.
  • Glomerular disease (glomerulonephritis) & Lupus nephritis:
    Damage to the kidneys as a result of immune response can result in glomerulaonephritis (inflammation & injury of glomeruli, the filtering units of kidneys) or lupus nephritis (inflammation of kidneys resulting from an autoimmune disease called as systemic lupus nephritis “SLE”).
  • Nephropathy:
    Any damage to the kidneys to the small blood vessels and glomerulus and other components involved in filtering blood results in nephropathy. Some of the types of nephropathy include uric acid nephropathy & diabetic nephropathy. Nephrologists work closely with endocrinologists to understand and treat the disease.
  • Pediatric kidney disorders:
    Nephrotic syndrome involves any damage to the blood vessels involved in filtering blood in kidneys. Commonly notice in children above age 3 years and in adults. Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) is the scarring in the small sections of glomerulus and responsible for nephrotic syndrome seen in children and adolescents.
  • Hypertension:
    Sometimes, high BP may not relate to any causative factors (essential hypertension). But in many cases, abnormally high blood pressure may present secondarily, either due to malignancies (malignant hypertension), pregnancy, orthostatic causes (orthostatic hypertension), complication of post-transplant, primary aldosteronism, vascular changes in kidneys (renovascular hypertension).
  • Renal cancers:
    Nephrologists work closely with the oncologists in the treatment of several renal cancers and tumors. Nephroblastoma or Wilms’ tumor typically occurs in children, rarely in adults.
  • Renal transplants:
    Nephrologists play a major part in the multidisciplinary team for pre, peri and postoperative management of renal transplant patients.
    Medical emergencies like metabolic acidosis, poisoning, fluid and electrolyte imbalance, etc.
  • Critical care Nephrology
  • Renal transplant
  • RIRS (Retrograde intrarenal surgery)
  • Laser lithotripsy for kidney stones
  • Robotic surgeries for various kidney diseases
  • Renal angiography and angioplasty
  • Hemodialysis catheterization
  • Nephron (kidney) sparing surgery for kidney cancer
  • Renal biopsy and its histopathological evaluation (Adult/Pediatric)
  • Exchange transfusion and plasmapheresis
  • Laparoscopic Surgery for the kidneys and the urinary tract
  • CAPD end-stage renal failure patients
  • Percutaneous
  • nephrolithotomy
  • Laparoscopic Nephrectomy

Equipment And Technology

  • Reliable capabilities to treat any kidney failure
  • Well-equipped clinical laboratory
  • Advanced imaging facilities
  • Renal biopsies
  • Peritoneal dialysis unit
  • Exclusive haemodialysis unit
  • Sustained Low-Efficiency Dialysis (SLED)


  • Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy (CRRT)
  • Dialysis – Haemodialysis & peritoneal dialysis
  • Continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD)
  • Continuous cyclic peritoneal dialysis (CCPD)
  • Plasma Exchange
  • Cytoadsoption
  • Trained staff and technicians
  • Critical Care Nephrology
  • Renal Transplant



Maxhealth Centre for Renal Sciences

Maxhealth Centre for Renal Sciences deals with the kidney diseases and disorders to provide comprehensive in-patient and out-patient care for the patients suffering from acute, chronic and complex kidney diseases. The department has conducted more than 2000 dialysis and has performed cadaver and live kidney transplantations – helping in making Maxhealth Hospitals evolve into a nationally recognised transplant unit. The team of senior nephrologists has extensive experience in dealing with complicated cases. Apart from delivering top-notch patient care, they are actively involved in carrying out frontline academic research in Nephrology.

Treatments And Procedures

  • Acute Kidney Injury (AKI)
  • Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)
  • Hypertension (ABPM)
  • Diabetic kidney disease
  • Congenital kidney disorders
  • Glomerular disorders
  • Tubular Disorders
  • Acid-base & electrolyte disorders
  • Renal stone disease
  • Kidney transplantation


Max Health Hospital provides high standards of healthcare with a combination of advanced technology and state of art clinical expertise.

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