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Dr. Vinod Malik

MBBS, MS - Urology, Diploma in Urology

Urologist, Delhi

47 Years Experience  ·  900 at clinic
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Dr. Vinod Malik is a renowned Urologist in Delhi Heart Institute, Delhi. Doctor has had many happy patients in his/her 47 years of journey as a Urologist. Doctor has completed MBBS, MS - Urology, Diploma in Urology . You can consult Dr. Vinod Malik at Delhi Heart And Lung Institute in Delhi Heart Institute, Delhi. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Vinod Malik on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - Rajasthan University - 1971
MS - Urology - B N Chakravarty Univesity - 1976
Diploma in Urology - University of Vienna, Austria - 1983

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Self Tips For Preventing Kidney Diseases!

Interventional Nephrology, DM - Nephrology, MD - General Medicine, MBBS
Nephrologist, Bangalore
Self Tips For Preventing Kidney Diseases!

Chronic kidney disease, also called chronic kidney failure, describes the gradual loss of kidney function. Your kidneys filter wastes and excess fluids from your blood, which are then excreted in your urine. When chronic kidney disease reaches an advanced stage, dangerous levels of fluid, electrolytes and wastes can build up in your body.

In the early stages of chronic kidney disease, you may have few signs or symptoms. Chronic kidney disease may not become apparent until your kidney function is significantly impaired.

Treatment for chronic kidney disease focuses on slowing the progression of the kidney damage, usually by controlling the underlying cause. Chronic kidney disease can progress to end-stage kidney failure, which is fatal without artificial filtering (dialysis) or a kidney transplant.

The kidney has multiple functions, and one of it is to act like a filter and remove out waste substances. These filtered out substances are excreted through the urine.

Common kidney diseases including infections, kidney stones, diabetic effects, hypertensive effects, tumours, chronic kidney disease (effects of both hypertension and diabetes) and kidney failure.

Features of kidney diseases:

  1. Infections usually start with symptoms like burning with urination, change in colour of urine, and low abdominal pain.
  2. Kidney stones are usually identified by their characteristic pain in the sides of the back
  3. Smaller stones up to about 4 mm are passed through urine on their own.
  4. However, for larger stones, external shock waves are used to break them into smaller ones, which are then eliminated by the kidneys.

How Can I Prevent Kidney Disease?

The key to prevention or delay of severe kidney disease is early detection and aggressive intervention -- while there's still time to slow down the progression to kidney failure. Medical care with early intervention can change the course of chronic kidney disease and help prevent the need for dialysis or a kidney transplant.

Diabetes and high blood pressure account for two thirds of all cases of chronic kidney disease. By aggressively managing diabetes and high blood pressure with diet, exercise, and medications, you may be able to prevent kidney failure and help keep as much kidney function as possible.

Infections:

  • To prevent urinary tract infections, proper hygiene is very important.
  • Thorough washing of the external urinary tract and use of clean underwear and toilet facilities is very important.

Kidney stones:

  • Intravenous injections of pain relievers to help in pain control immediately on seeing the patient. If pain persists, an additional shot may also be required.
  • Patients also have accompanying nausea and vomiting and may require antiemetics to control these.
  • At the time of discharge, these medications can be continued at home.
  • Hydration is very important, so drink at least 3 litres of water.
  • Urine should be strained to ensure the stones have been passed
  • Monitoring urine output including quantity and colour for any changes is also important. If urine is turbid, water intake should be increased.
  • Avoid oxalate-rich foods. Most kidney stones are composed of calcium oxalate, and therefore foods rich in oxalate should be avoided. Beets, spinach, okra, tea, chocolate, soy, etc., should be minimised
  • Reducing intake of salt and animal protein also helps in preventing recurrence. Legumes are a good option for proteins.
  • Calcium supplements, if being taken, may need to be reduced or stopped. This can be managed by including enough calcium in the diet.

Chronic kidney disease: This is seen as a side effect of hypertension and diabetes.

  • Constant monitoring of both BP and sugar levels is very essential.
  • Keep cholesterol levels under check as suggested by your doctor
  • Medicines should be taken as prescribed and not altered without medical supervision
  • Quit smoking if the habit is still being continued
  • Improve physical activity levels, which will also help control BP, sugar, and cholesterol levels
  • Weight monitoring is essential to keep check, not just on kidneys but overall health.
  • Kidney diseases put a person in a vicious cycle of health problems, so early detection and prevention are advised.

Here are some self-tips to prevent kidney diesease:

  1. Get Tested Regularly - At your next checkup, and at least within the next year if you haven't had these tests done:
    • Ask for a urine test to see if you have excess protein, glucose, or blood in the urine.
    • Ask for a blood pressure reading
    • Ask for a fasting blood glucose test
    • Ask for a creatinine test. 
  2. Control Diabetes - If you have diabetes, work with your health care provider to keep your blood sugar levels under the best possible control. A program of diet, regular exercise, glucose monitoring, and medications to control blood sugars and protect kidney function can help.
  3. Control High Blood Pressure - If you have high blood pressure, work with your health care provider to get your blood pressure within target ranges. A program of diet, regular exercise, and medications can help.
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Hello sir/mem, l am 21 years boy. I feels my internal urinary diseases. When starts my urine, the urine is not continues flow but flow in drop to drop. Please tell me about this diseases&what type of medicine I can use.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
Hello sir/mem, l am 21 years boy. I feels my internal urinary diseases. When starts my urine, the urine is not contin...
First we need to diagnose the problem. As at the age of 20 years it is very less likely to happen except in some condition. Just consult a good surgeon and take required tests. Like USG Abdomen. Then take homoeopathic consultation as diagnosis is a work of specialist. But allopathic treatment has many side effects. And homoeopathy is comparitively safe.
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My father suffering from toilet. incontinence What I do? I can't understand. Please show me Doctor.

BHMS
Homeopath, Thane
My father suffering from toilet. incontinence What I do?
I can't understand. Please show me  Doctor.
Hi, Take Sabal Pentarkan (Ptk 75) (dr wilmar shawbe ,German) 10 drops in 1/4 th cup of water,drink thrice a day 1/2 an hour before meals for 15 days Revert back for further treatment plan
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I am 33 years old have 2 stone in kidney one s 1.1 another is 7 mm so what should I eat and what I should not eat strictly please rely soon plz.

PG Diploma in Emergency Medicine Services (PGDEMS), Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MD - Alternate Medicine
Ayurveda, Ghaziabad
I am 33 years old have 2 stone in kidney one s 1.1 another is 7 mm so what should I eat and what I should not eat str...
Take 1 cup of horse gram + Add ½ L water + Heat the mixture till water level reduces to 1/5th + Strain and collect the soup + add 2 tsp of crushed pomegranate + Mix well + Drink once a day
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I have a urine infraction and if I fast it becomes high please let me know how can I continue my fasting as ramzan is coming.

MBBS
General Physician, Ahmedabad
Get urine culture done -send report and start medicine accordingly. For 7 days. It will cure your problem.
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5 Things You Should Know About Kidney Transplant

DNB (Medicine), MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
5 Things You Should Know About Kidney Transplant

A kidney transplant is a surgical procedure that patients of kidney disease go through in order to replace a non functioning kidney with a live one that is healthy and functions well. Other methods to treat this disease also include dialysis, which basically is an artificial way of doing what our kidneys are designed to do. When dialysis does not work, many doctors recommend a kidney transplant. A replacement or donated kidney can come from a living donor or a non-living donor. This new kidney will mostly work towards keeping the blood clean, which is a function that stops when the old and diseased kidneys fail.

So, here's a list of five essential facts that you need to keep in mind if you are looking at a kidney transplant:

  1. Donors: While there are living and non-living donors, the doctor will have to ensure that your donor is someone who has no medical history of complications, kidney disease or any other medical condition like diabetes or hypertension. Also, the donor would have to have two proper functioning kidneys. Further, one of the most important factors is the blood group. The blood group of the donor and the patient must match for the transplant to be possible.
  2. Procedure: During the surgery, the patient will be under general anesthesia. The surgeon will make an incision in the lower abdomen area and the blood vessels of the new kidney will be connected surgically with the vein and iliac artery of the patient. Thereafter, any excess fluid will be drained before wrapping up the surgery.
  3. Rejection: The patient's body may also reject the kidney. The immune system of the patient may mistake the new kidney as an attacking body and its natural defenses may work against it, which will lead to complications. For this, doctors usually prescribe immunosuppressant medicines that will help in preventing such an eventuality.
  4. Longevity: While a living donor's kidney may last longer, a non-living donor's kidney will not enjoy such a long life. In such cases, a second transplant can be conducted.
  5. Diet: After the transplant, the patient will be required to go through a number of measures like coughing to show that the lungs are clear, as well as administration of fluids and some amount of examination and dialysis. Also, the patient will have to have a special diet that includes raw fruits and vegetables, and plenty of non-fat dairy ingredients.

A kidney transplant is a major operation that can change your lifestyle in the long run.

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I have got kidney stones. 3 in left kidney and 1 in right. Can you suggest me some precautions and cure.

Interventional Nephrology, DM - Nephrology, MD - General Medicine, MBBS
Nephrologist, Bangalore
I have got kidney stones. 3 in left kidney and 1 in right. Can you suggest me some precautions and cure.
You need to undergo metabolic work up for stones as you have multiple stones. Consult a nephrologist. You need to collect your 24 hrs urine and get it tested to rule out underlying metabolic problems.
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6 months back, I undergone a rectal surgery now I think I have symptoms of anal stenosis -Recurrent pain & inflation after every 3-4 days. I am very depressed & dejected & don't it is even cured in India or not? Please advise

FMAS, MS
General Surgeon, Gandhinagar
Hello dear lybrate-user, hi Warm welcome to Lybrate.com I have evaluated your query thoroughly.* The definite diagnosis with consultant surgeon via procto anoscopy examination is must before commenting as it is curable for sure. Hope this clears your query. Wishing you fine recovery. Welcome for any further assistance. Regards take care.
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I am having urine problem and white discharge problem from last four years so it means that I am having diabetes.

MD - Homeopathy, Masters Degree of Homoeopathy
Homeopath, Mumbai
I am having urine problem and white discharge problem from last four years so it means that I am having diabetes.
HI Darshana, Having urine problem and white discharges doesn't qualified you as a diabetic person, but to rule out diabetics you should get you fasting and post lunch blood sugar level done. Your complaints are related to UTI and leucorrhoea., which is infection so please get yourself check and take proper medication to solve your issue.
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My kid was suffering from uti. She s 2 years old. Her urine culture reported she had 1 lac nd above bacteria. Taking oxoflacin nd martifur for 1mnth now it reduced to below 10 thousand bacteria. doctor prescribed her for again oxoflacin and martifur Mr. for 30 days. Is it safe for her to take that medicine again.

International Academy of Classical Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
My kid was suffering from uti. She s 2 years old. Her urine culture reported she had 1 lac nd above bacteria. Taking ...
Take Can notharis 200 once a day for 3 days Sarasap 30 once a day for 4 days Lyco 12c 3tims day for 5 days Than report again see your self what happens.
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