Here we are all about kidney health, kidney diseases, blood pressure, diabetes and their treatment.

Doctor shows kidney.

Our passion is to take care of patients with all kinds of kidney problems- acute kidney injury, dialysis, peritoneal dialysis, home haemodialysis, critically sick patients needing dialysis support, chronic kidney disease, hypertension, diabetic nephropathy, glomerular diseases, patient awaiting kidney transplantation and those who have already received a kidney transplant.

 

 

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About Us

Dr. Sagar Gupta is one of the best nephrology doctors (best kidney doctors) practicing in delhi/ncr region. He did his MBBS from the prestigious Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi. He then did his advanced training in MD Medicine, Nephrology and Kidney Transplantation in USA (total of 6 years).

Dr. Sagar chose to return to his hometown Faridabad to practice nephrology.

Often asked by people when most doctors decide to stay back in the USA, why did he come back? He answers, “There was everything in the US, it is a great place to live and practice as  a doctor.

But I always had this feeling inside me that something is missing. I guess it was my home and my country. I wanted to serve my people and provide them with the best possible treatment for kidney disorders. Hence I decided to come back.”

 

Dr. SAGAR GUPTA – Education and Training

Dr. SAGAR GUPTA – Publications, Presentations & Research

 

 

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News, Events, Updates

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Vegetarian (Plant based) diets linked to lower risk of kidney diseases.

Common heartburn/ acidity medications (PPI) linked to kidney disease risk

World Kidney Day 2019 – Media coverage, press releases (Published 22/03/2019)

Kidney Diseases Education Book- Save your kidneys: Educational booklets (English and Hindi)  

CME Physician forum Mathura 7-3-2019 (Published 08/03.2019)

Eating more fibre linked to reduced risk of non-communicable diseases and death, study finds.

Free OPD Camps in hathin village and Brij Chikitsa sansthan Mathura #Giving back to the community (Published 16/02/2019)

#Donate Organs #Donate Life – National Organ Donor Day Feb 14 – Metro Hospital (Published 14/2/19)

Coffee Drinkers may have lower kidney disease risk 

No Evidence that Zero-Calorie Sweeteners Have Health Benefits or Improve Weight Loss

Kidney stones linked to increased risk of kidney cancer 

Artificial kidneys / freedom from dialysis: Dream or reality? The current scenario (Published 05/01/2019)

1/3 liver disease patients get kidney disease

Sweetened beverages linked to chronic kidney disease

Medical Humor! ICD10 codes for the holidays

Sleep deprivation harms the kidneys

Christmas/holidays have highest risk of heart attacks

Role of the kidneys 

Wedding Season: Watch the diet! 

General Practitioner Forum CME   #Key points in the management of CKD (Published 7/12/2018)

Nephrology ranked#1 – Kidney doctors #1 

Kidney Disease burden  

HIV can cause kidney disease and kidney failure 

Acute Kidney Injury increases risk of death, chronic & permanent kidney failure 

Kidney Transplantation: Facts and Myths: News paper publication (Published 04/11/2018)

5 tips to keep your kidneys healthy

 

#allaboutkidneys #bestnephrology care delhi/ncr #bestkidney doc #topkidney advice

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Diet Charts

To eat is a necessity, but to eat intelligently is an art”      – La Rochefoucald

 

Why do patients suffering from kidney diseases need to follow special diet plans?

When your kidneys are not working as well as they should, wastes and extra fluid build up in your body. Over time, the waste and extra fluid can cause heart, bone and other health problems.

A kidney-friendly meal plan limits how much of certain foods you eat and drink. This can help keep the waste and fluid from building up and causing problems and potentially slow down the progression of kidney disease.

How strict your meal plan should be depends on your stage of kidney disease. In the early stages of kidney disease, you may have little or no limits on what you eat and drink.

As your kidney disease gets worse, your doctor may recommend that you decrease the following in your diet:

  • Potassium
  • Phosphorus
  • Salt
  • Fluids
  • Protein (depending on the weight, stage, current diet pattern etc.)

 

Click on the links below to open PDF documents regarding detailed dietary advice. You can download, save & print the PDF files on your computer / smartphone for reference.

 

General tips & Low salt diet

Kidney stones – Diet Chart

Potassium Rich foods

Phosphorus Food items

BP & Sugar charting

CKD – Risk Factors, Signs & symptoms

Diet chart – 40 gms protein diet

Diet chart – 60 gms protein diet