Nephrology Treatments Clinic Dubai | DIALYSIS CLINIC IN DUBAI


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COMPREHENSIVE NEPHROLOGY CARE: Advancing Understanding, Treatment, And Prevention Of Kidney Diseases

The Nephrology department is committed to advancing knowledge about kidney diseases, their progression, treatment, and prevention. Our faculty leads in both research and patient care, striving for excellence by enhancing our understanding of disease processes and developing evidence-based strategies for treating individuals with kidney disease. Whether patients are at an early or advanced stage of kidney disease, our Division of Nephrology offers the highest quality care, assisting them in managing their conditions effectively. Our dedicated team of full-time physicians and technicians not only provides patient care but also educates students, medical residents, and other doctors in the community. We specialize in treating a variety of conditions, including diabetes, hypertension, inherited disorders like polycystic kidney disease, and end-stage renal disease. Additionally, we offer comprehensive follow-up management for kidney transplant recipients.


We offer both inpatient and OPD care to all nephrology patients round the clock. This includes counseling, management of all kidney disorders, procedures and the support of systems affected by

kidney diseases. Services for dialysis and kidney transplantation patient follow up are also available. It is a close knit unit which includes highly specialized nephrologist and supporting staff. The department of nephrology is supported by hematology, biochemistry, microbiology and radiology. This makes us the region’s best kidney care providing unit.


The Hospital provides excellent conventional hemodialysis. The department has the latest computerized bicarbonate hemodialysis machines with volumetric ultra filtration and adjustable sodium facility to ensure patient safety. We provide regular dialysis services from 9.00a.m to 6.00p.m. (2 shifts). We also provide emergency dialysis round the clock. 

Our highly specialized monitoring system ensures continuous oversight of patients throughout the dialysis procedure. With a commitment to excellence, our skilled technical and nursing staff, guided by dialysis medical officers and supervised by senior consultants, perform over 500 hemodialysis procedures annually, including ICU dialysis. Trust us for exceptional dialysis care tailored to your needs.


Dialysis is a medical procedure that performs the function of the kidneys when they are no longer able to adequately filter and remove waste products and excess fluids from the blood. This is often necessary for individuals with kidney failure or other severe kidney diseases.

There are two main types of dialysis: hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis.

  1. Hemodialysis: In hemodialysis, blood is pumped out of the body and through a machine called a dialyzer. This machine acts as an artificial kidney, filtering out waste products and excess fluids from the blood. The cleaned blood is then returned to the body. Hemodialysis is usually performed at a dialysis center or hospital.
  2. Peritoneal Dialysis: Peritoneal dialysis involves using the lining of the abdominal cavity (peritoneum) to filter the blood. A cleansing fluid is introduced into the abdomen through a catheter, and after a period during which it absorbs waste products, it is drained out, carrying the impurities with it. Peritoneal dialysis can often be done at home.

Dialysis helps maintain the balance of electrolytes and fluids in the body when the kidneys are no longer able to perform these functions. While it is a life-saving procedure, it is not a cure for kidney disease. Many individuals on dialysis may eventually require a kidney transplant for long-term treatment.

Dialysis is a crucial medical intervention that allows individuals with kidney failure to continue living relatively normal lives by managing the complications associated with impaired kidney function.


The Hospital also provides a first class dialysis facility which is unforgettable yet affordable.


  • Long Term Haemodialysis
  • Acute Haemodialysis Support in the ICU
  • Treatment of various kidney problems like urinary tract infections, loss of blood protein in urine, kidney diseases due to diabetes mellitus, hypertension, familial and hereditary kidney cysts disorders etc
  • Holiday Dialysis
  • Pre and Post Transplant Care
  • Catheter Insertion including Jugular, Femoral, both Conventional and Tunneled & AV Fistula
  • Kidney Biopsy
  • Initiation of Dialysis Support
  • Pre and Post Transplant Care