Kidney transplant

The surgical procedure involves the method of transplanting a healthier kidney from a live donor or a deceased donor to a person whose kidneys are failing or failed.

For those that have no ideas about kidneys, then they are two bean-shaped organs that are located across the hip of the body on either side. They help in the filtration and removal of waste and other impurities from the blood by producing urine. Each kidney is the size of your fist.

The necessity of a kidney transplant is when the person’s kidneys have failed to carry out its standard functionality where the blood becomes impure and causes the blood pressure to rise and loses almost 90% of the total functionality. But the other symptoms that are associated with the end-stage of kidneys is as follows.

  • Scaring of tiny filters present in the kidneys A.K.A chronic glomerulonephritis.
  • High levels of diabetes.
  • Uncontrolled blood pressure.
  • Polycystic kidney disease.