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129, Velachery Main Road,
Pallikaranai, Chennai - 600100.


Department of Nephrology

The Nephrology Division at Deepam MedFirst Hospitals offers comprehensive care to patients suffering from a spectrum of chronic and acute kidney diseases. The Nephrology experts consistently invest time, effort, and expertise to help people maintain their kidney health through various non-invasive procedures.

Our team of experienced Nephrologists is acclaimed for its rare clinical skills and for providing top-notch treatment to all classes of people ranging from children to adults. We boast an adroit team of professionals including kidney transplant specialists, nephrologists, urologists, and other nursing staff.


Hypertension: Primary and Secondary

Acute Kidney Failure

Chronic Kidney Disease

Urinary Tract Infections

Diabetic Nephropathy

End Stage Renal Disease

Proteinuric Kidney Diseases

Electrolyte abnormalities

Acid Base Disturbances

Other kidney disorders

Conducts Transplants only on Live - Related Donors.

Medical Management of Renal Transplant patients.

Dedicated unit for Haemodialysis

Acute and Chronic Renal failure

Acute Glomerulonephritis

Acute Nephrotic Syndrome

Hematuria its causes and treatment

Urinary Tract Infections

Renal Causes of Hypertension

Kidney stones and its medical management

Emergency Hemodialysis for Acute Renal failure.

Intermittent and continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal dialysis

Medical and Surgical management of Renal Cancers

Symptoms of Nephrological Conditions

  • If the patient is passing very little or a lot of urine
  • If the patient has abnormal levels of chemicals in the urine
  • If the patient is passing blood with the urine
  • If the patient has puffy eyes, hands and feet, also known as edema
  • If the patient has high blood pressure
  • If the patient feels exhausted frequently
  • If the patient is experiencing a shortness of breath
  • If the patient notices a sudden loss in appetite
  • If the patient feels nauseous and has a tendency to vomit often
  • If the patient is frequently thirsty
  • If the patient has a bad taste in the mouth
  • If the patient observes bad breath
  • If the patient undergoes a sudden loss in weightIncontinence
  • If the patient’s skin feels itchy
  • If the patient notices cramping or muscle twitching
  • If the patient notes a yellowish tint to the skin
  • If the patient is passing urine that is tea-coloured



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