Welcome to National Kidney & Prostate Clinic
Dialysis means purification and filtration of the blood by a machine. Whenever the kidney is weak and the blood becomes impure then the patient is recommended for dialysis. Dialysis means the patient’s blood is drawn into a machine where it is filtered and then returned to the patient in a more pure form therefore the patient is able to excrete the impurities in the blood.
Dr Tanmoy Mukhopadhyay (MD DNB nephrology and transplant medicine) is incharge of the nephrology services at NKPC
we have three beds dedicated to dialysis within this set up of nkpc
We are in the process of applying for a transplant license, once the swasthya bhabhann clears our application we can then begin the process of kidney transplantation at our center.
Dr Avishek Mukherjee (MS MCh) Dr Sandip Pramanik (MS MCH)
Whenever a patient is very weak and may need intensive support for maintenance of life then intensive care management is needed. intensive care setup may need the presence of a dedicated nursing staff to take care of the patients. along with dedicated doctors to take care of the recovery of these cases.
Dr Sheshadri Das (MD) is the consultant in charge of the intensive care setup at NKPC
we have many equipments to take care of patients in need for intensive care ventilators
During this global pandemic national kidney and prostate clinic has provided care for covid patients too under the guidance of the health department government of west bengal. We have been able to cure a lot of cases and in future if needed are ready to provide the facility for these cases too.
is also a priority area of therapy and therefore we are working to enhance treatment in this field
Dr Sanjoy Mondal (MS MCH consultant Gastrosurgeon) Dr S B Das Chakraborty (MD DM gastromedicine)
we shall be able to provide state of the art endoscopy and endoscopic surgery equipment for gastromedicine patients very soon at NKPC