Critical Care Unit – Nephrology
Critical Care Nephrology
Outcomes in patients who have a critical illness associated with acute renal failure have traditionally been poor. However, recent improvements in outcomes with these patients have been documented. Much of this improvement may be due to innovations in renal replacement methods and improved delivery of dialysis to critically ill patients.
As the care of patients in the intensive care unit has become increasingly complex over the past two decades, the subspecialty of critical care medicine has become important. Equally important has been the development of a subspecialty within the nephrology community with a direct interest in innovative patient care and research protocols in caring for patients with renal disease associated with a critical illness.
CCU stands for Coronary Care Unit Nephrology is a specialized hospital unit that provides intensive care for patients with serious kidney – liver related issues, particularly those requiring close monitoring and treatment for cUTI, Prostate, Cancer, etc
CCU Nephrology is a medical specialty that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of kidney-related conditions and diseases. Nephrologists are physicians who specialize in managing and treating kidney disorders, including kidney failure, kidney stones, chronic kidney disease, and various other conditions affecting the kidneys.
If you have any specific questions or need further information about CCU or nephrology, please Contact Dr. Debabrata Mukherjee.