Urology & Nephrology

Urology & Nephrology

Our department of urology is equipped with expert doctors and state-of-the-art equipments address illnesses affecting the kidney, bladder, urethra, prostate and male genitalia in all age groups, independent of the origin or cause of the disorder.

Deccan Hospital is characterized by its commitment to deliver the best healthcare in Urology. We are supported by an array of state-of-the-art equipments to offer services that are unique superior. The hospital is well-equipped to meet every possible healthcare need in urology, in order to ensure seamless operations. 100 Watt Holmium Laser enables accurate minimally invasive procedures for a wide array of urological conditions. Holmium laser prostatectomy uses laser to remove the prostate tissue that is blocking the urethra.

   Some of the services offered include

  • Paediatric Urology
  • Male Infertility
  • Calculi (urinary tract stones)
  • Female Urology (urinary incontinence and pelvic outlet relaxation disorder)
  • Neurourology (voiding disorders, urodynamic evaluation of patients and erectile dysfunction or impotence)
  • Benign Prostate Disease
  • Kidney stone disorder (Nephrolithiasis)

Kidneys are the most important organs concerned with excretory & regulatory functions. One of the main jobs of kidneys is to filter the waste out of the blood. The treatment for kidney diseases and care for patients requiring renal replacement therapy such as Dialysis are provided at Deccan Hospital. Dialysis services are available round the clock. Diseases of the male and female urinary tract and male reproductive organs are treated in the Department of Urology


  • Daily OPD for outdoor patients and day-care facilities for all age groups
  • 24 hours uro-care
  • Urolithiasis management & prevention clinic

Other Specialities

Health Care Guidance & Advice

Kidney Disease

Ten to twenty-one percent of all people with diabetes develop kidney disease, but it affects certain ethnic groups more than others. Blacks are over 5 times more likely to develop kidney disease. Kidneys are amazing organs. They filter wastes out of the blood and, at the same time, allow useful things, such as protein and red blood cells, to stay in the blood where they belong. Unfortunately, this filtering system can break down or fail completely. People who have diabetes for a long time may develop kidney disease. Factors such as genetics, blood pressure, and blood glucose levels all play a role. Generally, the first symptom is fluid buildup. Other symptoms include sleep loss, tiredness, poor appetite, upset stomach, vomiting, weakness, and difficulty concentrating. Sometimes people may not know they are having kidney problems. The best way to protect yourself against this complication of diabetes is to keep your blood sugar in your target range and see your doctor regularly. Your doctor will test your blood pressure and urine to measure how well your kidneys are working and catch problems before they become serious.

Diabetes on the rise

the most common form of diabetes, and for developing heart disease and stroke. Ask your health care provider about testing for pre-diabetes or diabetes if you have the following risk factors: a family history of diabetes; if you are overweight; have an inactive lifestyle (exercise less than three times a week).

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