The department of nephrology & urology at Aster RV Hospital JP Nagar, Bangalore offers a wide range of specialised services to treat disorders related to the kidneys, genital, and urinary organs including cancers, incontinence, prostate diseases, bladder deformities, and renal diseases. Our nephrologists and urologist in bangalore are highly-qualified and work with cutting-edge technology and world-class infrastructure to deliver the best clinical outcomes, effectively. Aster RV is one of the best urology hospital in Bangalore and equipped with the best urologist in JP Nagar, Bangalore and andrologist in Bangalore.
Robotic kidney transplantation is the most sophisticated procedure performed at Aster RV, the leading kidney hospital in JP Nagar, Bangalore, ensuring state-of-the-art therapeutic treatment. We offer a dialysis unit facility and all modalities of treatment for end-stage kidney disease including CAPD. The department is dedicated to providing world-class treatment with modern technologies, such as laparoscopic, robotic, and laser surgery for various kidney and urinary conditions.
Robotic surgery at Aster RV is conducted using the Da Vinci Surgical Robot. We have a state-of-the-art robotic system designed to perform complex surgeries in a minimally invasive manner with greater precision and efficacy. Robotic surgery is used to perform prostatectomy, nephrectomy, pyeloplasty, ureteral reimplantation, and kidney transplants.
Aster RV Hospital is one of the best nephrology hospital in JP Nagar to offer the largest robotic kidney transplant program. Robotic Technology offers a high level of precision, to ensure tremor free movement of the instrument thereby causing no damage to the graft kidney. This is done to reduce the risk of developing infection and faster recovery for both the patient and the donor.
AKI and CKD management, Collagen disorders involving the kidneys, Critical care nephrology services supported by high-end CRRT (Continuous Renal Replacement Therapies using the Prismaflex machine), CRRT for critically ill patients requiring dialysis, Haemodialysis for acute, end-stage renal disease (ESRD) patients, and drug overuse, Short term dialysis prior to transplantation and plasmapheresis for renal and non-renal cases.