Renal Services

At LycaHealth Orpington, we understand the importance of healthy kidneys as they play a vital role in maintaining overall well-being. With our specialised expertise, we ensure that each patient receives personalised treatment and support to achieve optimal kidney function.

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Renal services

At our Renal Services, our skilled nephrologist is committed to providing comprehensive care in kidney health. 

State-of-the-Art Facilities for Advanced Diagnosis and Treatment

Our state-of-the-art facilities allow us to offer precise and efficient diagnosis and treatment for various renal conditions. 

Whether it’s chronic kidney disease, kidney stones, or kidney infections, our advanced imaging systems and laboratory services enable accurate diagnosis, ensuring the most effective treatment plans for our patients. Our commitment to delivering excellence in care is what sets us apart as a leading institution in renal services.

Comprehensive Support for Renal Health and Wellness

We believe that maintaining healthy kidneys goes beyond just medical treatment. That’s why our Renal Services also provide comprehensive support for renal health and wellness. 

Take charge of your kidney health today – contact us to schedule a consultation or learn more about our range of services. Together, we can bring life and vitality back to your kidneys.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Renal services encompass a range of medical, diagnostic, and therapeutic services focused on the care and management of kidney-related conditions and diseases.

Renal services address conditions such as chronic kidney disease (CKD), kidney stones, acute kidney injury, kidney infections, and various other kidney-related disorders.

CKD is a progressive condition in which the kidneys gradually lose their function over time. It can lead to serious health complications if not managed effectively.

Common symptoms may include fatigue, swelling (edema), changes in urination patterns, blood in the urine, high blood pressure, and electrolyte imbalances.

Diagnosis often involves blood tests, urine tests, imaging studies (e.g., ultrasound or CT scans), and kidney biopsies to evaluate kidney function and identify the underlying cause of kidney problems.

Treatment options for kidney disease may include dietary changes, medications to manage blood pressure and other complications, dialysis (if the kidneys fail), and kidney transplant.

Dialysis is a medical procedure that filters waste and excess fluids from the blood when the kidneys cannot perform this function adequately. It is necessary when kidney function declines significantly.

Some forms of kidney disease can be prevented or delayed by maintaining a healthy lifestyle, controlling blood pressure, managing diabetes, staying hydrated, and avoiding excessive use of over-the-counter pain relievers.

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