Kidney Transplantation

One of the most common transplants in United States operations are kidney transplants. Mexico already has been becoming leader in medicine, because it counts with medical certificates and highly capable of performing any type of surgical procedure. Kidney transplantation is practiced with success in Mexico. To achieve a kidney transplant is needed a donor with a healthy kidney. One healthy kidney can come from different people: a family living as parents, siblings or children, a donor who is not family, and up from a donor who has died recently; for this you have to do studies to know if your kidney is healthy.

At the time of the transplant, the kidney is transported in cold water with saline solution, which preserves the organ and cannot do so up to 48 hours, thus giving time to the doctor to make donador-paciente compatibility testing. A kidney transplant may be the only option for a patient with terminal kidney disease, but can not be done in all cases because it is not recommended in the following situations: when the patient has certain infections such as TB or osteomyelitis if the patient has difficulty taking medications several times a day, for the rest of his life. History of cancer if the patient has hepatitis if a patient has heart disease or neuropathy among other complications come with your doctor to find out if you are a candidate for this surgery and if so, change your life.