What is a Kidney Transplant?
A kidney transplant is a surgical procedure that replaces the damaged kidney of a patient with a healthy kidney that is provided by a donor. This medical procedure is often used as a treatment for kidney failure and an alternative to a lifetime of dialysis.
Furthermore, if the surgery is successful and no complications, rejection, or problem arises, this surgical procedure will serve as a permanent and great treatment or solution to chronic kidney diseases and end-stage renal disease.
Which One is Better Dialysis or Kidney Transplant?
Compared with a lifetime of dialysis, kidney transplant has the following advantages and benefits:
On the other hand, acquiring a donor is quite difficult to achieve. If a patient has no direct donor, he or she will be listed in the kidney transplant waiting list and it can take from several months to several years until a match can be found.
Moreover, if the patient has no direct donor, some conditions may prevent the patient from getting a transplant which includes the following:
What Happens After the Transplant?
Some of the instructions that may be given by the doctor to the patient include the following:
Taking care of the kidney transplant patient in your home after the surgery is not an easy task, there will be lots of challenges and difficulties that you and your family member may encounter before the patient can recover completely.
In line with this, it is advisable to acquire the services of post-acute care surgery service to take care of the patient’s need after a kidney transplant surgery. This will make sure that the patient is given the proper care, appropriate medication, therapy, nutrition, and monitoring that he or she needs to recover safely and properly from a kidney transplant operation.
What Seva At Home’s Post-Acute Care Surgery (KTP) Service Offers
Our Post-Acute Care Surgery package includes the following services:
Twice a Week Nutritionist Visits (3 to 4 Weeks)
Our nutritionist will assist and manage the patient’s dietary and food supplement to make sure that what he or she eats is healthy, nutritious, and is safe for rehabilitation and recovery purposes.
Health Monitoring, Checkup, and Counselling (Four times a Week – Four Hours per Visit)
Our senior registered nurse that specializes in rehabilitation will monitor the health and recovery of the patient by performing the necessary tests to ensure that no problems and complications arise.
Furthermore, our nurse will help the patient clean and protect the surgery wounds, supervise medication and treatment, and provide the necessary counseling that is needed by the patient.
Weekly Doctor Visits and Consultation
Our doctor will conduct weekly visits to the patient to assess and evaluate his or her recovery status. Moreover, the doctor will provide the necessary treatment, medicine, and consultation that are needed to increase the patient’s chances of achieving good health and full recovery.
Daily Caretaker Assistance and Companionship (12 hours per Day)
Our compassionate and dedicated caretaker will assist the patient in performing his day to day activities such as eating, bathing, and dressing. He or she will also monitor the patient’s health condition and assist in the intake of medicine and other treatments required.