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How safe is kidney transplantation surgery for diabetic patient ?

sir, my husband is suffering from chronic kidney failure and now he is suggested kidney transplantation . Now I heard abt the key hole surgery kidney transplantation was held in your hospital . What is its cost ? How much safe is this process ? What are the benefits comparing ordinary process? Ii this is safe for diabetic patients?My husband is a diabetic patient for 16 years.His height is 165 cms and weight 65kg
Asked On : Fri, 3 Jun 2011
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Key-hole surgeries can be done. They will be helpful by early recovery and return to work, smaller scar. The process is generally much safer as there will be less tissue reaction, bleeding, chance of infection. It will be more expensive though. Diabetes needs to be controlled before the procedure. You may discuss the procedure with your Urologist who will provide you the success rate and risks associated according to their regimen as well.
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u have not reported his age.kidney transplant is a complicated type of surgery,in singapur there is a hospital where amar singh has gone for transplant,i think it is one of the best in the world.operation cost not known to me.more details about transplant should be known by needs primary doner for better result.
Answered: Fri, 3 Jun 2011
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