Dr. Pary Sivaraman is a specialist in renal Medicine. With more than 25 years of expertise, he is treating patients to date. In the year 1989, he completed his MBBS degree from the National University of Singapore. In the year 1995, he went onto a study abroad in the United Kingdom thereby receiving a degree in MCRP (Internal Medicine). In 1995, he received an MMed (Internal Medicine), (Singapore). Dr. Pary Sivaraman received extensive training in General Internal Medicine and Nephrology/ Renal Medicine from the National University of Singapore. In addition to this, he was also awarded a scholarship from the Health Manpower Development Program by the Ministry of Health, Singapore to go ahead for advanced studies in Kidney Transplantation. Between the years 1999 to 2000, he received extensive training under renowned doctors like Dr. David Landsberg and Dr. paul Keown in Vancouver. The training program was authorized by the American Society of Transplantation. At the same, Dr. Pary Sivaraman associated himself with many charity based programs.
Soon after he returned to Singapore in 2000 he immersed himself in numerous complex transplantations inclusive of cross-matching positive kidney transplantation, etc. He went on to learn more about kidney recipients and donors.
There are many options when it comes to the treatment of a kidney that fails to maintain normal function in the body. Kidney transplant surgery is one of the most successful ways to restore normal functioning of the affected kidneys as it allows for an access to greater freedom and a better quality of life.
A kidney transplant patient is more likely to enjoy bouts of energy and follow the less strict diet as compared to patients who choose an alternative treatment.
The kidney performs several important functions in the human body. Even slight damage to the kidneys can, therefore, cause a lot of problems. When the kidney is rendered incapable of its main function, that is, removal of waste products from the blood, a condition called uremia develops.
Unfortunately, the symptoms of this condition do not develop unless 90 percent of the kidney is damaged. This is the time when an individual would require a kidney transplantation surgery or dialysis to restore the normal functioning.
There are several other kidney diseases that warrant the need for a kidney transplantation. Some of these conditions include the following:
Some of the common symptoms observed in the case of kidney diseases include the following:
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