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A kidney transplant is a surgical technique to place a healthy kidney from a deceased or living donor into a person whose kidneys do not function properly. The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs that are usually located on each side of the spine just below the rib cage. Filter and remove waste, minerals, and fluid from the blood by producing urine are key functions of the kidney. Harmful levels of fluid and waste accumulate in your body if your kidneys lose this filtering ability, which can increase your blood pressure and cause kidney failure. It only occurs when the kidneys have lost about 90% of their capability to function normally. Various people experience that a kidney transplant provides more freedom and a better quality of life than dialysis.

Types of Kidney Transplant

  • Deceased-donor kidney transplant
  • Living-donor kidney transplant
  • Preemptive kidney transplant

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Major Treatments


Dialysis is the most popular treatment for end stage kidney. Dialysis generally removes waste, extra water and chemicals such as like potassium, calcium, sodium, and acid from the body. there are 2 types of dialysis are present such as hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis.

Kidney Transplant

Almost 30 out of 100 patients with end stage kidney can have a kidney transplant. This surgery resumes kidney function by exchanging 2 failed kidneys with 1 healthy organ. In addition, approximately two-thirds of kidney transplants come from deceased or living donors. If tests show that the donor will have nearly normal kidney function after giving up 1 kidney from family members, spouses (living, related donors) and friends (living, unrelated donors) can donate safely.

A kidney transplant is mainly often placed in the lower stomach without removing the failed kidneys. The artery and vein of the new kidney are joined to an artery and a vein in the pelvis next to your bladder. The ureter attached to the new kidney is joined to your bladder or to one of your ureters.

In child’s case, the blood vessels from a large adult kidney transplant are often joined to the child's aorta and inferior vena cava.

Frequently Asked Question

Getting a transplant before you essential to start dialysis is known as preemptive transplant. It helps in avoiding dialysis altogether. Getting a transplant not long after kidneys fail is mentioned to as an early transplant.

Kidney patients of all ages including children to seniors can get a transplant.

Kidney transplant surgery carries a risk of major complications such as blood clots and bleeding. Leaking from or blockage of the ureter or tube that links the kidney to the bladder.

Additional factors that may affect transplant candidacy: Serious heart disease. Not being healthy enough to survive a procedure.

Though kidney transplants are often successful, there are also some cases when they are not positive. It is possible that your body may reject to accept the donated kidney shortly after it is placed in your body.

You can expect extreme pain and soreness near the incision site while you're first healing. Your surgeon will monitor you for complications while you're in the hospital. Moreover, to stop your body from rejecting the new kidney, they'll also put you on a strict schedule of immunosuppressant drugs.


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