Dialysis is a procedure to remove waste products and excess fluid from the blood when the kidneys stop working properly. It often involves diverting blood to a machine to be cleaned. Under normal conditions, the kidneys filter the blood and remove harmful waste products, excess fluid and in the process turn these into urines and pass them out of the body. 


Who needs dialysis

  • If the kidneys are not working properly – like in advanced chronic kidney disease (Kidney failure) – The kidneys may not be able to clean the blood properly. 
  • Waste products and fluids can accumulate in the body to dangerous levels. If not treated, this can cause several unpleasant symptoms and eventually can lead to death. 
  • Dialysis filters out unwanted substances and fluids from the blood before this happens. 


Two types of Dialysis at Indus?

There are 2 main types of dialysis: hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis.


  • Hemodialysis is the most common type of dialysis and the one most people are aware of. During the procedure, a tube is attached to a needle in your arm/Thigh.  
  • Blood passes along the tube and into an external machine that filters it, before it's passed back into the arm/Thigh along another tube. 
  • At our dialysis centers, this is usually carried out 2-3 days a week, with each session lasting around 4 hours. 

Peritoneal Dialysis

  • Peritoneal dialysis uses the inside lining of your abdomen (the peritoneum) as the filter, rather than a machine. 
  • Like the kidneys, the peritoneum contains thousands of tiny blood vessels, making it a useful filtering device. 
  • Before treatment starts, a cut (incision) is made near your belly button and a thin tube called a catheter is inserted through the incision and into the space inside your abdomen (the peritoneal cavity). This is left in place permanently. 
  • Fluid is pumped into the peritoneal cavity through the catheter. As blood passes through the blood vessels lining the peritoneal cavity, waste products and excess fluid are drawn out of the blood and into the dialysis fluid. 
  • The used fluid is drained into a bag a few hours later and replaced with fresh fluid. 
  • Changing the fluid usually takes about 30 to 40 minutes and normally needs to be repeated around 4 times a day. 


Why Choose Us?

At Indus Dialysis Clinics, our highly experienced and trained team of doctors and staff believes in making use of the most advanced facilities and technology to provide treatment to the patient and make Dialysis Services Affordable, Accessible for CKD patients and create a comfort zone for them. 


Indus Dialysis Centers expanding their network to an area like Derabassi, Fatehgarh Sahib, Mohali, Ambala, and Kharar. This has improved accessibility and brought the facility nearer to your homes.  


Quality Dialysis services are available at an affordable cost across all Indus Dialysis Clinics and in partnership with the government, we are providing quality dialysis services under various govt tie-ups and sponsored schemes where ever feasible. 

Affectionate Care 

Indus Dialysis Clinics strictly adheres to the established Guidelines and SOPs in treating our Dialysis patients across centers. Our care delivery team is very supportive, and helpful and believes in delivering the best. We create an environment where dialysis patients feel like home at our hospitals. 

We offer the following services: 
· Arteriovenous fistula and graft creation and revision 
· Dialysis catheter placement and management 
· Fistulograms 
· Endovascular angioplasty or stent placement 
· Arteriovenous fistula or graft declot 
· Native and transplant renal biopsy 
· Venography 
· Peritoneal dialysis catheter placement and management 
· Infusion catheter placement and management 

At Indus Hospital, we strive to provide superior multidisciplinary dialysis access care for patients with end-stage end-stages ease. 


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