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Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospitals - Bommasandra

No. 258/A, Bommasandra Industrial Area,Hosur Road, Anekal Taluk.
Bangalore

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Narayana Hrudayalaya Sarjapur Road

Near Wipro Corporate Office
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Narayana Hrudayalaya HSR Layout BDA complex

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Cardio Renal Package -  Intense monitoring package
Cardio Renal Package - Intense monitoring package Most patients with a combination of kidney and heart impairment need close monitoring by both cardiologist and nephrologist to continuously optimise the medications. Certain medications, which are essential, can affect these two systems in contradiction. Also, some others which are good when your condition is stable may need stopping during illness unrelated to heart and kidneys (like a chest infection). This service provides you with the much needed early access to my expert advice. "Stitch in time saves nine'
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Trackers Reporting by Patient ** Frequency of Monitoring and Review
Platelet As advised As required
Pulse 3 times a week once a week
Albumin As advised As required
WBC As advised As required
Haemoglobin As advised (usually once in 1-3 months) As required
Cholesterol once in 6 months once in 6 months
Sodium Once a week initially and less frequently later as per advice As required
Uric Acid in Blood As advised As required
24 hour Urine Protein As advised As required
Alkaline Phosphatase As advised As required
SGOT As advised As required
Bicarbonate As advised As required
Blood Sugar As advised Weekly
INR As advised As required
Bilirubin As advised As required
Urea Once weekly initially and less frequently later Once weekly
Creatinine Once weekly initially and less frequently later Once weekly
CRP As advised As required
Blood Urea Nitrogen Once a week initially and less frequently later as per advice As required
HbA1c As advised As required
Total Protein As advised As required
Calcium As advised As required
Blood Pressure 3 times weekly Weekly
Phosphate As advised As required
Thyroid As advised As required
Weight Daily Weekly
GGT As advised As required
SGPT As advised As required
Potassium Once a week initially and less frequently later as per advice As required
** General Instructions to Patients
  1. Physical review of patients when there has been a sudden change in condition is very essential
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Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 3 monitoring package
Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 3 monitoring package Significant Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) needing dialysis is an emerging epidemic in India. Progression of kidney impairment can be slowed down significantly, and need for dialysis during a person's life time can be delayed or even avoided with appropriate diagnosis, treatment and continued monitoring. This service will enable me to provide a better care for you if you have CKD stage 3a.
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Trackers Reporting by Patient ** Frequency of Monitoring and Review
Chloride Once in 4 months usually As required
Platelet Once in 4 months usually As required
Pulse Same as for BP Same as for BP
Cholesterol Every 3 - 6 months as advised As appropriate
Total Protein Once a year unless specified As required
Urea Every 4 months unless advised to check more often As appropriate
Phosphate Once in 4 months As required
Uric Acid in Blood Once in 4 months usually As required
HbA1c If diabetic this needs to be reported every 3 -6 months As appropriate
Creatinine very 4 months unless advised to check more often As appropriate
Blood Pressure If blood pressure high initially, I expect you to report BP readings 3 times a week. Otherwise once a week BP monitoring is adequate Bi-monthly if BP was high initially otherwise monthly
Bilirubin Once a year unless specified As required
Potassium Once in 4 months usually As required
Thyroid Once every 3 - 6 months if any thyroid problems As appropriate
SGOT Once a year unless specified As required
Calcium Once in 4 months As required
Albumin Once in 4 months As required
24 hour Urine Protein Initail screen and then Once a year As required
Sodium Once in 4 months usually As required
Blood Urea Nitrogen Once in 4 months usually As required
UPC Ratio Once in 4 months usually As required
Sleep Report at the beginning of this monitoring As appropriate
WBC Once in 4 months usually As required
Weight Monthly Monthly
Haemoglobin Every 4 months Every 4 months
Bicarbonate Once in 4 months usually As required
SGPT Once a year unless specified As required
Alkaline Phosphatase Once a year unless specified As required
GGT Once a year unless specified As required
Blood Sugar Only if diabetic. Report once every 2 weeks unless advised to monitor more frequently As appropriate
** General Instructions to Patients
  1. In case of emergency please report to the nearest hospital
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Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 4 Monitoring Package
Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 4 Monitoring Package CKD Stage 4 signifies significant impairment of kidney function (15 - 29%). In few cases, together we might be able to improve your kidney function with timely treatment and monitoring. In others, progression of the disease can be slowed down, but compliance with medical advice and regular follow up are key.
Monitoring health trackers

On subscribing to this package, you will be required to report the test readings for the following trackers.

Trackers Reporting by Patient ** Frequency of Monitoring and Review
Pulse Along with Blood Pressure Every 2 weeks
Weight Every 2 weeks unless advised more frequent monitoring EVERY MONTH
SGOT Once in 6 months (unless asked to check more / less frequently) As appropriate
Chloride Once in 6 - 8 weeks Once in 6 - 8 weeks
Thyroid Every 3 - 6 months if any pre-existing gyroid problem As appropriate
Food Report appetite once in 3 months Every 3 months
Bilirubin Once in 6 months (unless asked to check more / less frequently) As appropriate
HbA1c Every 3-6 months if diabetic As appropriate
WBC Once in 6 - 8 weeks Once in 6 - 8 weeks
24 hour Urine Protein Usually every 6 months or more frequently if specifically advised Once a year
Phosphate Once in 3 months (unless asked to check more / less frequently) As appropriate
Bicarbonate Once in 6 - 8 weeks Once in 6 - 8 weeks
Uric Acid in Blood Once in 4 - 6 months (unless asked to check more / less frequently) As appropriate
Albumin Once in 6 months As appropriate
Blood Pressure 3 times a week initially untill good blood pressure control is achieved, less frequently there after as per advice Every 2 weeks
Sodium Usually every 6 weeks or more frequently if specifically advised Once in 6 - 8 weeks
Sleep Once in 3 months Every 3 months
Creatinine Usually every 6 weeks or more frequently if specifically advised As required
Total Protein Once in 6 months As appropriate
Skin Condition Report any itching Every 6 weeks
Blood Urea Nitrogen Usually every 6 weeks or more frequently if specifically advised Once in 6 - 8 weeks
Platelet Once in 6 - 8 weeks Once in 6 - 8 weeks
Haemoglobin Every 3 months if above 12.0, more frequently if advised to do so Every 3 months
Calcium Once in 3 months (unless asked to check more / less frequently) As appropriate
Cholesterol Every 6 months Every 6 months
Blood Sugar ONLY IF DIALBETIC As appropriate
Potassium Usually every 6 weeks or more frequently if specifically advised Once in 6 - 8 weeks
Alkaline Phosphatase Once in 6 months (unless asked to check more / less frequently) As appropriate
GGT Once in 6 months (unless asked to check more / less frequently) As appropriate
Urea Usually every 6 weeks or more frequently if specifically advised As required
UPC Ratio Once in 4-6 months Once in 4 -6 months
SGPT Once in 6 months (unless asked to check more / less frequently) As appropriate
** General Instructions to Patients
  1. This monitoring is in addition to clinic review by myself or a local nephrologist/ physician. You will ideally need review in clinic atleast every 3 months. Please seek urgent medical attention incase of emergency.
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Early Renal Transplant Package
Early Renal Transplant Package This service allows me to monitor my renal transplant patients closely immediate post transplant for the first 3 months and is complimentary to regular physical reviews.
Monitoring health trackers

On subscribing to this package, you will be required to report the test readings for the following trackers.

Trackers Reporting by Patient ** Frequency of Monitoring and Review
Potassium Weekly twice in the first 6 weeks then once a week for next 6 weeks Once a week
Blood Pressure Weekly twice in the first 6 weeks then once a week for next 6 weeks Once a week
Sodium Once a month Once a month
SGPT Once a month Once a month
Temperature As required Once a month
Skin Condition As required As required
GGT Once a month Once a month
Bilirubin Once a month Once a month
Sleep As required As required
Thyroid At 3 months post transplant At 3 months
WBC Weekly twice in the first 6 weeks then once a week for next 6 weeks Once a week
24 hour Urine Protein At 3 months post transplant unless asked to do it more frequently At 3 months
Phosphate Once a month Once a month
HbA1c Once a month Once a month
SGOT Once a month Once a month
Total Protein Once a month Once a month
CRP As required As required
Blood Sugar Fasting Blood Sugar once a week for first 6 weeks then once a month Once a week
Haemoglobin Weekly twice in the first 6 weeks then once a week for next 6 weeks Once a week
Cholesterol At 3 months post transplant At 3 months post transplant
Calcium Once a month Once a month
Creatinine Weekly twice in the first 6 weeks then once a week for next 6 weeks Once a week
Blood Urea Nitrogen Weekly twice in the first 6 weeks then once a week for next 6 weeks Once a week
Alkaline Phosphatase Once a month Once a month
Platelet Once a month Once a month
Food As required As required
Weight Weekly twice in the first 6 weeks then once a week for next 6 weeks Once a week
Bicarbonate Once a month Once a month
UPC Ratio Once a month Once a month
Uric Acid in Blood Once a month Once a month
Urea Weekly twice in the first 6 weeks then once a week for next 6 weeks Once a week
Pulse Weekly twice in the first 6 weeks then once a week for next 6 weeks Once weekly
Albumin Once a month Once a month
** General Instructions to Patients
  1. Kidney transplant is the best form of treatment for those who have reached Chronic Kidney Disease Stage 5. Follwing the transplant patients will be prescribed 'Immunosuppression' medications so that thier body does not 'Reject' the new kidney. Close monitoring of various parameters is essential after the transplant lifelong. Many a times this might not need a physical review and I will be able to advise based on a set of investigations and other details that my patients can easily provide remotely.
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Haemodialysis monitoring package
Haemodialysis monitoring package This service is meant for all my haemodialysis patients. Regular monitoring of the various parameters is essential to ensure quality of dialysis and pre-empt any problems.
Monitoring health trackers

On subscribing to this package, you will be required to report the test readings for the following trackers.

Trackers Reporting by Patient ** Frequency of Monitoring and Review
Pulse pre and post dialysis Once a month
Haemoglobin Report first week of every month Once a month
Weight pre and post dialysis weights once a week
Phosphate Once in 3 months Once in 3 months
Creatinine Pre dialysis creat first week every month Once a month
Calcium Once in 3 months Once in 3 months
Blood Pressure pre and post dialysis blood pressure Once a week
Sodium Pre dialysis first week every month Once a month
Potassium Pre dialysis first week every month Once a month
Bicarbonate Pre dialysis first week every month Once a month
Blood Urea Nitrogen Pre and post dialysis urea/ BUN to calculate dialysis adequacy (Urea Reduction Ratio) first mid week dialysis every month Once a month
HbA1c If diabetic - Every 4 months Every 4 months
Urea Pre and post dialysis urea/ BUN to calculate dialysis adequacy (Urea Reduction Ratio) first mid week dialysis every month Once a month
Albumin Once in 3 months once in 3 months
Uric Acid in Blood Once in 6 months
** General Instructions to Patients
  1. Kindly update your haemodialysis session details after every dialysis
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Hypertension monitoring package
Hypertension monitoring package Hypertension is one of the major silent killers of modern era. Appropriate control of blood pressure can prevent complications like heart attacks, strokes, kidney failure, etc. This service helps you get expert advice on control of your blood pressure without making frequent trips to see me in my clinic.
Monitoring health trackers

On subscribing to this package, you will be required to report the test readings for the following trackers.

Trackers Reporting by Patient ** Frequency of Monitoring and Review
Cholesterol Every 3 months 3 monthly
HbA1c Only if you are diabetic you will need to report this once in 3 - 6 months As appropriate
Thyroid As advised As appropriate
Weight Once monthly Monthly
Urea Once in 6 months unless advised to monitor more frequently As appropriate
Blood Pressure Report 3 times a week unless advised to report less frequently Every 2 weeks
Pulse 3 times a week Ever 2 weeks
Sleep report sleep problems if any at the start of this monitoring As appropriate
Blood Sugar As advised As appropriate
Creatinine Once in 6 months unless advised to monitor more frequently As appropriate
** General Instructions to Patients
  1. If systolic BP more than 200 mm Hg and/or diastolic BP more than 100 mm Hg you need to see me/ specialist urgently. If this is associated with any other symptoms (headache, nausea, vomiting, blur of vision, weakness in any limb, speech problems, confusion, etc) you need to go to the nearest hospital with out any delay.
Package Subscription PlansYou can select your duration of health data monitoring by choosing one of the following plans
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Lupus Nephritis 'EURO-LUPUS' Package
Lupus Nephritis 'EURO-LUPUS' Package Lupus is an autoimmune disease which can be controlled effectively by appropriate treatment under close monitoring.
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On subscribing to this package, you will be required to report the test readings for the following trackers.

Trackers Reporting by Patient ** Frequency of Monitoring and Review
Albumin Once in a month As soon as results uploaded
24 hour Urine Protein Once in 3 months As soon as results uploaded
Bicarbonate Once a month As soon as results uploaded
Bilirubin Once in 3 months As soon as results uploaded
SGPT Once in 3 months As soon as results uploaded
Weight Once a week Every two weeks
Blood Sugar Fasting and 2 Hour post prandial Blood sugar once a week if diabetic and Fasting blood sugar once a month if non-dialbetic Every month
Calcium Once in 3 months As soon as results uploaded
Blood Urea Nitrogen Once a month As soon as results uploaded
Creatinine Once a month When results are updated
Uric Acid in Blood Once in 3 - 6 months As soon as results uploaded
Total Protein Once in 3 months As soon as results uploaded
ESR Every 3 - 6 months As appropriate
Blood Pressure Once every week Every two weeks
Potassium Once a month As soon as results uploaded
Alkaline Phosphatase Once in 3 months As soon as results uploaded
Thyroid Every 3 - 6 months if known to have thyroid problem As required
GGT Once in 3 months As soon as results uploaded
Cholesterol Once in 3 months Once in 3 months
CRP When unwell As appropriate
Sodium Once a month As soon as results uploaded
SGOT Once in 3 months As soon as results uploaded
UPC Ratio Once a month As soon as results uploaded
Platelet 10days after the dose of cyclophosphamide As soon as results uploaded
HbA1c Once in 3 months for diabetics only Every 3 months
Chloride Once a month As soon as results uploaded
Haemoglobin Complete Blood count (Hb, TLC and Platelet count) Once in two weeks Every two weeks
WBC 10days after the dose of cyclophosphamide As soon as results uploaded
Pulse Every week Every two weeks
** General Instructions to Patients
  1. This package is for Lupus Nephritis patients on "EURO LUPUS protocol of injection cyclophosphamide
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Lupus Nephritis MMF induction package
Lupus Nephritis MMF induction package Lupus Nephritis is an autoimmune disorder which can be controlled effectively by way of appropriate treatment and regular monitoring
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On subscribing to this package, you will be required to report the test readings for the following trackers.

Trackers Reporting by Patient ** Frequency of Monitoring and Review
Total Protein Once a month Every month
Sodium Once every 2 weeks Every 2 weeks
Blood Urea Nitrogen Once every 2 weeks Every 2 weeks
Alkaline Phosphatase Once a month Every month
Albumin Once a month Every month
Creatinine Once monthly Once monthly
Thyroid Only for those known to have thyroid problems - Once every 6 months or more frequently if advised As required
Blood Pressure Once weekly Once monthly
UPC Ratio Once every month Every month
24 hour Urine Protein Once every 3 months Every 3 months
ESR Once in 3 months As required
Platelet Once in 2 weeks Every 2 weeks
Weight Once weekly Once monthly
Calcium Once a month Every month
CRP As advised As required
Cholesterol Fasting cholesterol every 3 months As required
Pulse Once weekly Once monthly
Blood Sugar Fasting and 2 hour postprandial blood pressure once a week for diabetics and once a month for non-diabetic Once monthly
HbA1c Once in 3 - 6 months as advised As required
Urea Once monthly Once monthly
WBC Once in 2 weeks Every 2 weeks
SGOT Once a month Every month
Haemoglobin Complete Blood Count (Hb, TLC, Platelet count) once in 2 weeks for first 3 months and then once a month Once monthly
SGPT Once a month Every month
Potassium Once every 2 weeks Every 2 weeks
GGT Once a month Every month
** General Instructions to Patients
  1. This package is for those patients who chose to have mycofenolate mofetil (MMF) based induction
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About Dr. Rammohan Sripad Bhat

Dr. Rammohan specializes in General Medicine and Nephrology in Narayana Hrudayalaya, Bangalore, and has special interest in Interventional Nephrology. He is one of the very few nephrologists in India who does Tunnelled dialysis catheter, Ultrasound guided Renal Biopsy in special and difficult circumstances and Peritoneal dialysis catheter placement. He is also experienced in performing Fluoroscopy guided Venous catheter placement in difficult circumstances, Doppler ultrasound of dialysis access for surveillance, and Venous mapping for fistula creation under supervision.Dr. Rammohan has worked with many hospitals in India and abroad, especially in the UK and has received extensive training in Renal Transplantation and CCT in Nephrology. He has also proven his hand in Interventional Nephrology Procedures.

Specialisations of Dr. Rammohan Sripad Bhat

Internal Medicine

Internal Medicine
Nephrology

Academics

  • MBBS from Karnatak University, India
  • MD, General Internal Medicine from Safdarjang Hospital, India
  • MRCP (Edinburgh) from RCP
  • MRCP (Nephrology) from Federation of RCP, UK
  • CCT Nephrology and GIM

Achievements

Publications

A microbiological survey of bicarbonate based replacement circuits in continuous veno-venous haemofiltration. Critical Care Medicine 2009; 37(2): 496 – 500.
I Moore, R Bhat, N Hoenich, A Kilner, M Prabhu, K Orr, N S Kanagasundaram.
A retrospective comparative study of tunneled haemodialysis catheters inserted through occluded or collateral veins versus conventional methods. CVIR 2010; 33(4): 744 - 750
S. Powell, T. Chan, R. Bhat, K. Lam, R. Nalwar, N. Cullen, P.Littler.
A randomised double-blind controlled trial of taurolidine-citrate catheter locks for the prevention of bacteremia in patients treated with haemodialysis. AJKD June 2010; 55(6): 1060 – 1068
LR Solomon, JS Cheesbrough, L Ebah, T Al-sayeed, M Heap, N Milliband, D Waterhouse, S Mitra, A Curry, R Saxena, R Bhat, M Schulz, P Diggle.
Pneumoperitoneum in peritoneal dialysis patients; one centre’s experience. NDT Plus 2011; 4(2): 120-123
M Imran, R Bhat, H Anijeet.

Memberships

Renal Association
European Renal Association
Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh
International Society of Nephrology
Vascular Access Society

Presentations

Central Venous Catheter Insertion Through Occluded and Collateral Veins – Techniques and Outcomes. R Bhat, T Chan, S Powell
Vascular Access Society Meeting 2009, Rome - Mean survival of catheters inserted via occluded veins and collateral veins was 163 days which compared favorably with the control groups. Early complication rates were few and comparable. Rate of Catheter related bacteremia was 1.5 per 1000 catheter days which was same as the control group as well.
BK Virus Associated Nephropathy (BKVAN) Following Renal Transplantation – A Single Centre Experience.
A Hakeem, R Bhat, H Sharma, R Penfold, M Howse, G Bell, H Shawki, I Hart, A Hammad, A Sharma, S Mehra. British Transplantation Society Annual Congress 2011
Assessment of cardiovascular risk factors and their management in Chronic Kidney Disease Stage III and IV population.
R Bhat, C Goldsmith, C Wong. ERA- EDTA Congress, Munich 2010
Pneumoperitoneum in peritoneal dialysis patients, one centre’s experience.
M Imran, R Bhat, H Anijeet. Renal Association and British Transplantation Society Joint Annual Conference 2009
Assessment of cardiovascular risk factors and their management in Chronic Kidney Disease Stage III and IV population.
R Bhat, T Powell, A. Dhaygude. Northwest Renal Audit, Manchester, 2009. I presented this regional audit involving five renal units in the North-West of England.

Research

A microbiological survey of bicarbonate based replacement circuits in continuous veno-venous haemofiltration (CVVH)
This project was funded by Northern Counties Kidney Research Fund. I was actively involved with research lead Dr. Kanagasundaram in designing the study, applying for funding, and educating the staff on intensive care unit which was vital for appropriate data collection. Dr. Moore continued my work after I moved to Liverpool.
A Randomised Double-Blind Controlled Trail of Taurolidine-Citrate Catheter Locks for the Prevention of Bacteremia in Patients Treated With Haemodialysis.
This multi-centre trial was led by Dr. Solomon from Royal Preston Renal Unit. I was involved with this study since December 2007 and recruited 9 out of 19 patients contributed from our unit. I collected the data for all the patients form Royal Liverpool University Hospital.
Effect of Erythropoietin on Nutritional Status of Predialysis Renal Failure Patients with Anemia.
Research project done over 2 year period as part of MD, Medicine course at Delhi University, India. I was responsible for study design, ethics approval, data collection, analysis and write up of thesis.

More Info about Dr. Rammohan Sripad Bhat

Specialist category: General Physician, Nephrologist

Work Experience

Consultant , Nephrologist
Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital
2013 - Present | Bangalore

Specialist Registrar Nephrology/ Medicine rotation, Mersey Deanery, Liverpool
1 Aug 2006 24 Apr - 2012 | Spanning a total of five and half years, my training in Nephrology was robust and comprehensive. Most of my training was at Royal Liverpool University Hospital which is the main teaching hospital and tertiary centre of the region. I was posted to University Hospital Aintree and Arrowe Park Hospital for one year each. The renal unit at Royal Liverpool University Hospital provides tertiary care for the region and has facility to isolate dialysis patients with hepatitis and HIV. It also has a five bedded ‘Renal HDU’ which enables us look after ill patients with predominant renal impairment. The unit cares for about 450 haemodialysis patients, 100 peritoneal dialysis patients and 75 conservative management patients apart from a large population of general nephrology patients. Home Haemodialysis programme is gaining popularity and now has 22 patients. The regional transplant unit is based here and performs about 100 transplants every year including ABO incompatible transplants.

Consultant Acute Medicine, University Hospital of North Staffordshire
19 Jul 2012 - 2013

Consultant Acute Medicine, University Hospital South Manchester
24 Apr 2012 18 Jul - 2012

Dr. Rammohan Sripad Bhat's Posts

Three 'P's to ensure you PEE well all your life.

Hi everyone, Warm Wishes on WORLD KIDNEY DAY (WKD) once again. 12 th of March this year is being celebrated as 'WKD' to raise awareness about the epidemic of kidney disease that is about to engulf us soon. I had written about the 'Three Ps' last year on WKD - PREVENT, PREEMPT and PROTECT. I would li...

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Diagnosis of Kidney problems

Hello and welcome once again. Diagnosing most kidney problems (especially when the condition is well established) can be quite straightforward. We use a combination of physical exam, scans and blood and urine tests to assess kidneys qualitatively and quantitatively. Each person is different so 'ONE ...

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Save your kidney - Wishes on WORLD KIDNEY DAY to everyone

Today is 'WORLD KIDNEY DAY'. On this special day for me as a nephrologist, I would like to stress the importance of preventing kidney damage. Its been a year since I returned to India and started practice in Bangalore. In my various talks to different sections of the society over the past year I hav...

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Symptoms of kidney diseases

Hello and welcome back. As I had mentioned before, if someone has kidney problem, it could be 'Acute' or 'Chronic'. Most people with acute kidney problems have some symptom directly related to the kidney injury or they will already be in hospital for another illness. The ones I see in my outpatient ...

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Some beans about kidneys!!

Dear reader(s), welcome to my website and blog. This is the first time I am 'blogging'! I just want to educate you about some basic facts about human kidneys. 1. What are kidneys? Kidneys are an organ in our body (just like heart, lungs, liver, etc). We have 2 kidneys. Each kidney is usually the siz...

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Testimonials

Dr. Bhat has headed and supervised my kidney transplantation a year ago at NH, Bangalore, and he has taken care off me and my wife who was a kidney donor, thereafter. It was a pain and agony free experience with him. He has been taking care off us with utmost attention and he has been our saviour (this word is not an exaggeration) and we are totally satisfied with his services. I recommend him to any of my friends and/or relatives for any problems related to kidney. He is a TOTAL NEPHROLOGIST. Thank you Dr. Bhat...........

- Bhatta Vishwanatha

I am so satisfied to your treatment.& hospitality.thank you sir

- Mohammad Abu saleh

Dr. Bhat, Thanks for patiently educating me today during the consultation today. good to interact with a Doctor like you and ask intelligent questions to jointly work out a health care plan ..worth the periodic visit to India if I cannot find a Doctor like you elsewhere Regards Swami Nathan

- Swami K Nathan

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