FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Is home hemodialysis safe?

  • Yes, Home hemodialysis is the same treatment that you get from the hospital, the only
    difference is that it will be provided at the convenience of your own home.

What are the benefits in home dialysis?

  • Schedule your treatment in accordance to your life style.
  • Get treated at your comfortable space
  • Less exposure to infection from the hospital or day care facility (because of lower
    immune system)
  • No stress of waiting in the queue
  • Save your time and energy
  • You will have your own personal dialysis machine

Who is NCHH?

  • Nephro Care Home Hemodialysis is dedicated for the provision of becoming a leader in the home
    hemodialysis service with compassion, whose goal is to deliver world class medical services by
    providing Highest Quality Dialysis Equipment and Dynamically Skilled & Specialized Professional
    Nursing Services.

How frequently I need this treatment?

  • Typically, it is being prescribed for three times a week for hours. But, depending on your health
    status, our nephrologist will suggest the frequency of treatment.

How many staffs will u provide?

We have a multidisciplinary team composed of nephrologist, licensed dialysis nurse, licensed
technician and technologist to provide your treatment.

Do I have direct access with the nephrologist?

Yes, our nephrologist will be with you 24/7.

How often will the nephrologist going to visit me?

Monthly and whenever necessary.

Do I need to arrange something for my home hemodialysis treatment?

You need to allot a space for the placement of hemodialysis machine, RO water and water analysis
treatment.

What are the safety measures and monitoring you take for the home haemodialysis?

Nephro Care staff follows the infection control protocol as per DOH guidelines.

If I’m on dialysis and I’m planning on travelling what do I need to do?

You should secure medical report, last 3 previous treatment sessions, virology/serology report, and
medications prior travelling.

What is the best vascular access that you can recommend?

AVF or Arteriovenous fistula is the best vascular access because it can be used
for a long time and not prone to infection.