Interventional Nephrology

Interventional radiology is used in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions of the kidney, including:

  • Complex Central vein recanalization: Patients who have had multiple venous access can have blockage of the large veins which can be re-opened by interventional procedures.

  • Arteriovenous (AV) Fistulaplasty: A blockage or narrowing in an AV  fistula dilated with a balloon.

  • Thrombolysis of Arteriovenous (AV) fistula: An Arteriovenous fistula thrombolysis is treated by dissolving the blood clots in the fistula, and improving the blood supply. 

  • Permcath insertion: Permcath is a flexible tube that is inserted through a vein in the neck for short-term dialysis treatment. 

  • Renal Artery stenting: Atherosclerotic renal artery stenosis is treated by placing a stent in the renal artery in selected cases.

  • Translumbar IVC Dialysis line: This procedure is performed in patients who have blockage of most commonly used veins for access.

Health Check
Home Care
Contact Us
Write to COO
review icon Review Us
Call Us