NephroPlus ties-up with Sir Ganga Ram Hospital for home hemodialysis service in Delhi

The tie-up will service all patients of Sir Ganga Ram Hospital opting to have their maintenance of hemodialysis at the comfort of their homes

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NephroPlus, India’s largest dialysis care network and a trailblazer in redefining dialysis care in India, announces its exclusive partnership with Sir Ganga Ram Hospital to offer Home Hemodialysis service for dialysis patients in Delhi today.  Keeping in mind the current scenario of dialysis care and treatment, this tie-up will now service all patients of Sir Ganga Ram Hospital opting to have their maintenance of hemodialysis at the comfort of their homes.
In an aim to provide the best possible treatment solutions for its Dialysis patients, NephroPlus analyzed the problems that patients face with timely treatment and therefore with the Home Hemodialysis service, the patient can easily conduct dialyzing at their homes more frequently. Research also shows that Home Hemodialysis when done more frequently, over longer duration and more gently (at low pump speeds and ultrafiltration rates) is much better for the patient’s body in terms of both short and long term outcomes.

Spearheading this partnership with Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Dr Suresh Shankar, Vice President, Clinical Affairs, NephroPlus said, “The emergence of digital technologies and their integration into healthcare devices has now made home-based dialysis services possible. In today’s world it’s hardly practical to go to a hospital or center every day of the week for long hours, thus home-based dialysis service as the best solutions to save travel time, long waiting hours and most of all saves travel cost. We are extremely happy to tie-up with Sir Ganga Ram Hospital to offer this service to all its dialysis patients and we are also positive that this partnership helps more and more dialysis patients to conduct their treatment with ease.”