Hyderabad: The free dialysis facility which is presently available for the poor and needy at Gandhi Hospital in Musheerabad has been increased with adding four new Dialysis machines donated by Agarwal Sahayata Trust, Dr. P Shravan Kumar, superintendent of Gandhi Hospital said.
Participating in the inaugural function of a dialysis centre, set up by Agarwal Samaj Sahayata Trust (ASST) at Gandhi Hospital here on Sunday, Dr P Shravan Kumar, Superintendent of Gandhi Hospital, Prof and HOD Dept. of Gastroenterology said that from June 2016, Department is headed by Dr.Manjusha Yadla. The services of department expanded exponentially with introduction of regular CAPD program conducting OPD on first Monday of every month.
Acute Dialysis Care with nine Hemodialysis machines, six of which were donated by Agarwal Sahayata Trust was started with an intention to treat the poor and needy patients with acute kidney injury. This unit delivers about >8000 sessions per year and now the Agarwal Samaj Sahayata Trust have donated 4 new Dailysis Machines to meet the requirement of maintenance Hemodialysis patients.
Speaking at the inauguration ocassion Dr. Manjusha said, “In 2017 to 2018 we have given the services to 9000 and this more than 10,000 patients got befited and soon the annual report will be submitted, I’m very much thankful to the Agarwal Samaj Sahayata Trust, has come forward and donated more number of machines.”