About the Speciality

Nephrology is a fast emerging branch of medical science with the latest developments at international level, to treat various diseases.

The kidney specialist hospital in Jaipur mainly focuses on the overall health and function of the kidneys, including diagnosis and treatment of kidney conditions. Kidneys are bean-shaped organs located on either side of the spine, right below the ribcage behind the abdomen, and play a vital role within the human body. Its role includes:

  • Filtering the blood, which happens several times in a day
  • Removing toxic substances from the body
  • Reabsorption and distribution of nutrients from the blood
  • Maintenance of overall balance of body fluids
  • Maintaining the right quantities of electrolytes
  • Hormones creation to regulate blood pressure and promote bone health among others.

The Nephrology Unit at JNU Hospital meets the stringent criteria as any other international level hospitals.


Diagnostic and Clinical Services

At JNU Hospital, Paediatric Nephrology is the highlight of this department dealing in all types of nephrology diseases including Hemo-Dialysis and peritoneal dialysis in even neonates and all paediatric age group. Besides Renal Biopsy in all age groups, all types of Vascular access including temporary Double Lumen Cathers, Permacath and AVF are provided at the dialysis centre in Jaipur in the department.


What we treat

At Division of Nephrology of JNU, we invest our efforts, time, and expertise to detect and treat various types of Ailments

A kidney disorder that causes the body to excrete too much protein in the urine. Nephrotic syndrome is often caused by damage to small blood vessels in the kidneys that filter waste and excess water from the blood. An underlying health condition usually plays a role, which requires a medical diagnosis. Symptoms include swelling around the eyes and in the feet and ankles, foamy urine and weight gain due to excess fluid retention.

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Glomerulonephritis is inflammation of the tiny filters in kidneys (glomeruli). Glomeruli remove excess fluid, electrolytes and waste from your bloodstream and pass them into your urine. Glomerulonephritis can come on suddenly (acute) or gradually (chronic).

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An infection in any part of the urinary system, the kidneys, bladder or urethra. Urinary tract infections are more common in women. They usually occur in the bladder or urethra, but more serious infections involve the kidney. Pain areas: in the bladder, groin, lower abdomen, or pelvis.

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A small, hard deposit that forms in the kidneys and is often painful when passed. Kidney stones are hard deposits of minerals and acid salts that stick together in concentrated urine. They can be painful when passing through the urinary tract, but usually don't cause permanent damage.

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Acute kidney disease occurs when the kidneys suddenly stop functioning for a short period of time. This can range from one day to a few weeks. The lack of blood filtration leads to the accumulation of toxins and electrolytes in the body which can be severe.

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Also known as chronic kidney failure, chronic kidney disease is the loss of function of the kidneys over a long period of time. If the problem is not addressed earlier, then the patient may suffer permanent kidney failure, which is not reversible.

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In hemodialysis, a machine filters wastes, salts and fluid from your blood when your kidneys are no longer healthy enough to do this work adequately.


Plasmapheresis is a process in which the liquid part of the blood, or plasma, is separated from the blood cells.

Renal Transplantation

A kidney transplant is a surgery done to replace a diseased kidney with a healthy kidney from a donor.

Peritoneal Dialysis (PD)

Type of dialysis which uses the peritoneum in a person's abdomen as the membrane through which fluid and dissolved substances are exchanged with the blood. It is used to remove excess fluid, correct electrolyte problems, and remove toxins in those with kidney failure.

Double Lumen Catheter (DLC) Insertions

At usual Sites are internal jugular vein, Subclavian, Femoral vein Under Local Anaesthesia.


These procedures are done in ICU and CCU in critical patients regularly by qualified persons.

Renal Biopsy

A kidney biopsy is a procedure to remove a small piece of kidney tissue that can be examined under a microscope for signs of damage or disease. Your doctor may recommend a kidney biopsy — also called renal biopsy — to diagnose a suspected kidney problem.

Consult with experienced Doctors

JNU is home to some of Nephrology of whom are pioneers in their respective arenas and are renowned for developing innovative and revolutionary procedures