Living donor kidney transplant (LDKT) is a surgical procedure that involves the transplant of
a kidney from a living person (the donor) to someone with end-stage kidney failure (the recipient).
Our multi-disciplinary team of specialists, including 15 skilled
urologists as well as specialised nursing staff, are experienced in transplanting the
donor’s kidney into the recipient’s lower pelvis, often without the removal of the recipient’s
own kidneys. The donor does not have to be genetically related to the recipient.
To ensure a better survival outcome, your specialist will first need to determine if you and
the donor are suitable candidates for LDKT. The surgery can be scheduled as soon as you are
both deemed fit enough to undergo the procedure.
Our LDKT programme offers open and laparoscopic surgeries and surgical interventions including acute and chronic disease management, end-stage disease management and kidney transplantation. We undertake complicated transplantations for blood group incompatible and positive cross-match (sensitised) patients, and we are also one of the first hospitals to offer such solutions in Southeast Asia.
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