Clinic of Nephrology
Information for patients
The Clinic of Nephrology is a specialized department dealing with the treatment of kidney diseases and related conditions with an overlap in related fields (full-time internal medicine, rheumatology, hematology, urology and others) with a focus on:
- kidney ball disease - immunonephrology (primary, secondary glomerulonephritis), vascular vascular disease (vasculitis - Wegener's granulomatosis, Churg-Strauss syndrome, microscopic polyangitis, Goodpasture's syndrome and others)
- some rheumatic and other systemic diseases with renal impairment (eg systemic lupus erythematosus, amyloidosis)
- hereditary kidney diseases (eg kidney polycystosis, Alport's syndrome)
- hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis, we are part of a center for vascular access, it is possible to undergo holiday dialysis,
- we work as a superconstitutional center (center), thanks to the department of acute medicine we can also take care of patients with critical conditions.
We do not deal with transplantation - we cooperate with the IKEM Transplantation Center in this area.
If you are interested in being treated at our clinic, contact your doctor first - the best treating nephrologist. He will contact us and arrange your outpatient examination, treatment or hospitalization with us if necessary. You can also contact us depending on the nature of your difficulties - here you can find a list of the most common areas of disease we are dealing with. Use for contact e-mailor telephone contacts.
At the Clinic of Nephrology, we perform routine procedures as at the internal workplace with the facilities of the teaching hospital, in addition:
- hemodialysis and other haemoelimination techniques, peritoneal dialysis, plasmapheresis,
- renal biopsy
- intensive care services (electric cardioversion, invasive ventilation, cannulation of large veins, continuous cleansing methods)
- introduction of temporary and permanent vascular access for dialysis.
Take to the hospital:
- health insurance company card
- identity card,
- Your doctor's name and address
- results of your examinations and recommendations for admission,
- regularly used drugs
- a certificate of incapacity for work if you have been issued
- personal needs (pajamas, slippers, toiletries including toilet paper)
- valuable things: we recommend taking only small amounts of money with you and not taking any valuables (large sums of money, items of precious metals, deposit and checkbooks, credit cards). Valuables can be stored in the custody of the hospital.