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Kidney Stone Treatment In India

Kidney stones are hard deposits that form inside your kidney, those stones are made from minerals such as calcium or waste products such as uric acid.

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italic textKidney stones are hard deposits that form inside your kidney, those stones are made from minerals such as calcium or waste products such as uric acid... Kidney has numerous causes and can affect any part of your urinary tract. Kidney stones are also called calculi or urolithiasis.

Dehydration plays a major contributing factor in the development of kidney stones. When the body is dehydrated, fluid moves more slowly through the kidneys, increasing the chances of mineral and salt compounds coming into close contact and sticking together.

Passing kidney stones may quite painful, some kidney stone often passes through their own causing no harm and without treatment. Other stones that are painful or that get stuck in your urinary tract, in such an instance, surgery may be needed.

Kidney stones Symptoms

The symptoms may occur when a kidney stone moves around within your kidney and or passes into your ureter, symptoms as follows:

  1. Pain in urination
  2. Nausea and vomiting
  3. Pink, red or brown urine
  4. Pain inside and back, below the ribs
  5. Pain that comes in waves and fluctuates in intensity.
  6. Urination more often than usual.

Kidney stone

As the stone moves through your urinary tract, the pain caused by urine stone may change.


If your doctor suspects that you have kidney stones, you may have to do some tests and procedures, such as:

1. Blood test Blood tests may reveal too much calcium or uric acid in your blood.

2. Urine test The urine test may show that you're excreting too many stone-forming minerals or too few stone-preventing substances.

3. Imaging Imaging tests may show kidney stones in your urinary tract.

5 Home remedies for kidney stones

1. Water drinking water is one of the easiest ways to treat kidney stones. Most health authorities recommend drinking 8 glass of water per day.

2. Lemon Juice Lemons contain citrate, a compound that helps break down calcium deposits and slow their growth. Two glasses, the first on an empty stomach in the morning and another a few hours before dinner, may help break down smaller stones.

3. Apple cider Vinegar Apple cider vinegar again contains citric acid that may help dissolve calcium deposits.

4. Wheatgrass juice Wheatgrass contains compounds that increase urine production, allowing stones to pass more easily and reducing the risk of their formation.

5. Celery juice or seed Celery contains antioxidants and compounds known to increase urine production. Adding celery juice to your everyday basis will help reduce the likelihood development of kidney stones.

Types of Kidney Stone Procedures and Surgeries

These four treatments can be used on your kidney stones:

  1. Shockwave lithotripsy
  2. Ureteroscopy
  3. Percutaneous nephrolithotomy or percutaneous nephrolithotripsy
  4. Open surgery

Kidneys stone Surgery happens if:

  1. You are in a lot of pain
  2. The tone is large and cannot pass by its own.
  3. The stone is blocking the flow of urine.
  4. You have had urinary tract infection.

Kidney stone Diagnosis

5 best hospitals in India.

1. Shalby Hospital, Ahmedabad Shalby’s recognition as a multispecialty tertiary hospital chain in the Indian healthcare industry. holding an aggregate bed capacity of over 2000 hospital beds. Shalby Hospital is also the winner of various prestigious awards like Rajiv Gandhi National Quality Award and FICCI Operational Excellence Award. Provided treatment to over 35,000 patients worldwide since 2007 for various ailments. Specializes in Joint Replacement Surgery, Critical Care & Trauma, Spine Surgery, Neurology and Neuro Surgery, Ortho-Oncology Surgery, Cardiology & Minimal Invasive Cardiac Surgery, Sports Injury, Kidney Transplant and Liver Transplant Counselling .

2. Global Hospital, Mumbai Gleneagles Global Hospitals is part of Parkway Pantai, a fully owned subsidiary of IHH Healthcare. In India, Gleneagles Global Hospitals operates a chain of multi-super specialty hospitals offering tertiary and quaternary healthcare services with over 2,000 beds.

3. Kokilaben Ambani Hospital, Mumbai Kokilaben is the only hospital in Mumbai with Full Time Specialist System (FTSS) ensuring easy availability and access to dedicated specialists exclusively attached to Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital. First in India to have a 3-room Intra-operative MRI Suite (IMRIS), a diagnostic and imaging solution where the patient is never moved. Novalis TX at Kokilaben Hospital is among the world's first whole radiosurgery systems for indications in the brain, liver, pancreas, prostate and lung. Has set up 18 sophisticated cancer care centres. Over 6300 complex cancer surgeries have been performed with excellent outcomes. It is the only hospital India to perform the fastest 1000 Robotic Surgeries within 48 months of Launch. It has the largest Dialysis Centre in Mumbai having 42 machine.

4. Fortis Fortis Mumbai hospital is four times JCI accredited and NABH accredited too. Specializations include Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery, Urology, Nephrology, Neurosciences, Orthopaedics, Digestive Care, Emergency Care and Critical Care. It is the first hospital in India to launch Electronic ICU. It has the first NABH accredited Blood Bank in India and three times NABL accredited Pathology Labs.

5. Jaslok Hospital, Mumbai The NABH accredited hospital was established in 1970. Jaslok Hospital is one of the oldest tertiary care, multi-specialty hospitals in the country. In 1971, the Government of India awarded Dr. Mehta the third highest civilian honour of the Padma Bhushan. First Hospital in South Asia to perform MR guided ultrasound surgeries of Liver, Brain, Kidney, Thyroid, Epilepsy, Prostate, Pancreas and MRGFUS for the treatment of Uterine Fibroids. The hospital has ranked 2nd in Mumbai and in the West Zone and 6th in India in the recent health survey on Top Specialty Hospitals in India by Times.


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