Thousands of animals die each year due to kidney failure because they are unable to get the renal support that they need to survive. In order to provide a good quality of life to a huge number of animals suffering from kidney problems, we come to your service.
Haemodialysis (HD) is a form of blood purification. It is used to treat animals with kidney disease or intoxications. A venous catheter is placed in the jugular vein of the animal to allow for repeat treatments if necessary. During haemodialysis blood is pumped through a machine and cleared by a special filter (called artificial kidney or dialyser). This allows for removal of toxic waste products accumulating due to kidney disease or failure, or for direct removal of ingested toxins from the patient's blood. Haemodialysis is not a painful procedure and does not require the patient to be anesthetized. Dogs or cats typically rest comfortably while receiving treatment.
During a haemodialysis session your pet is closely monitored: Blood work, heart rate, respiratory rate, temperature and blood pressure are checked regularly to make sure your dog or cat is doing well while receiving treatment.
Dogs and cats can suffer from a variety of problems related to their heart and lungs, especially senior pets, many of which are similar to their human companions. This encompasses such ailments as canine and feline congestive heart failure, hypertension, dilated and hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, and valvular disorders.
Our cardiology faculty are experts in diagnosing cardiovascular disease and have extensive experience and expertise in echocardiography.
Echocardiography is an ultrasound exam of the heart and great vessels. A complete echocardiogram provides more detailed information about the anatomy and function of the heart. Other types of echocardiograms include a limited or focused cardiac ultrasound.
Echo Cardio Gram can augment the understanding of your pet’s heart disease by careful interrogation of the cardiac chamber sizes, great vessels, valvular anatomy, heart function and how the blood is flowing through the heart. This information will result in improved treatment recommendations and prognosis forecasting.
At our dedicated Veterinary Ophthalmology Unit we utilize the latest technology available for eye surgery. Medicinal management of various common eye ailments and other breed predispositions and eye preventive treatment is also offered.
Eye Surgery - Extra-ocular surgeries involving the eyelids, third eyelid, naso-lacrimal duct, surgical treatment of corneal ulcers, grid keratotomy, conjunctival flaps/grafts, medial canthoplasty, etc. and Intra-ocular surgeries like– Cataract, Glaucoma correction, removal of dislocated lens (luxation) are done by Consultant Veterinary Ophthalmologist and eye surgeon.