Dr. Sanjiv Sharma is a renowned nephrologist in the Delhi-NCR region. He has more than 23 years of clinical experience. Dr. Sanjiv is presently providing his services at Pushpawati Singhania Research Institute (PSRI), New Delhi as Senior Consultant and Head of the Nephrology Department. Dr. Sanjiv had also been associated with various reputed institutes such as All India Institute of Medical Sciences as Senior Resident. He completed MBBS from All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi in the year 1984. Later, in the year 1987, he completed MD in Medicine from All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. He also passed DNB in Nephrology from All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi in 1990. He is the recipient of the fellowships of the Indian Society of Nephrology and fellowship of the Geriatric Society of India.
Dr. Sanjiv Sharma is one of the most experienced nephrologists in Delhi. Apart from his clinical practice, he is also active in academics. He worked as Assistant Professor at the Department of Nephrology at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. He is an expert in renal transplantation, nephrectomy, kidney stones, urinary tract infection, Benign Prostate Hyperplasia, glomerulonephritis, hemodialysis and diagnosis of various urinary disorders. He has been awarded the Institute Book Prize for Pharmacology, Sir Dorabjee Tata Award for Biochemistry, and Distinguished Service Award by Geriatric Society of India. Dr. Sanjiv is an esteemed member of various associations such as the Indian Society of Organ Transplantation (ISOT), Academy of Medical Sciences, Indian Society of Nephrology, National Academy of Medical Sciences, Geriatric Society of India, and World Congress of Nephrology, Vancouver, Canada.
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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