Nephrology

Nephrology discipline is a subspecialty area of ​​internal medicine. Nephrologists, who are also internal medicine specialists, mostly play a role to investigate the causes of kidney failure, hypertension, electrolyte (sodium, potassium, calcium, phosphorus) disorders and urine abnormalities (such as blood in urine, protein / albumin in urine), to determine treatment options and to protect and also to follow kidney functions.

Nephrology

They undertake to evaluate the negative effects of systemic diseases (such as diabetes mellitus, hypertension, rheumatological diseases), acute, rapidly developing clinical conditions (such as fluid loss, heart failure, microbes in the blood-sepsis), drugs that are used continuously (such as chemotherapy, anti-rheumatic drugs, cortisone) on kidneys and to produce solutions and to plan and implement kidney replacement treatments (hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis, kidney transplantation) and to make lifelong follow-up of these patients by evaluating the negative effects throughout their lives.