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What is a Kidney Transplant?
Kidney transplant is a surgical method to place a functioning kidney from a donor into a person whose kidneys no longer function properly. Only one donated kidney can share the work of the two failing kidneys and can keep the human body functioning properly. A living or deceased donor is needed for organ donation. This might take a while due to prohibitions on organ trafficking and the ruckus it causes.
Why is a Kidney Transplant Required?
• A kidney transplant is required for kidney failure treatment when the kidneys operate sub-optimally.
• End stage kidney diseases are usually a result of:
• When diet, medication, and other types of treatments fail to enable the kidneys to function properly, you may be considered a candidate for kidney transplant.
Successful kidney transplantation treats your kidney failure and gives you back your health. It also provides a better quality of life and is therefore a preferable treatment for many patients. Usually you will have less restrictions on fluid intake and diet after receiving a transplant. Many patients also return to work and lead a full life after transplant.
This is the testimonial of Prof. David Nozadze, PhD. whose wife had underwent a successful liver transplant at Kent Hospital in Izmir, Turkey.