Dialysis Assistance

“It’s not about how much you do, but how much love you put into what you do that counts.” – Mother Teresa  

Our love and compassion for the elderly make us the pioneer of elder care services...

Senior citizens are predisposed to suffer from kidney-related maladies, as with age the functions of the organ seem to slow down. 

Dialysis, then, becomes a common phenomenon. 

Dialysis is utmost needed at the time when the concerned patient has reached the penultimate stage of kidney failure, usually when the GFR is below 15 and around 85%-90% of the kidney function is lost. 

The process of dialysis is a lengthy one, which may be required twice or thrice per week and the entire process may take 6-8 hours.  

The concerned patient may feel several discomforts, such as fall in blood pressure, nausea, stomach ache, headache and others throughout the procedure. To comfort in such situations, Rising Care offers dialysis assistance for elderly that involve services like – 

  • Picking up the patient from home 
  • Reaching the hospital 
  • Waiting for the patient at the hospital during the process     
  • Purchase of medicines on the way, if needed 
  • Bringing back the senior patient home safe and sound

Dialysis assistance for elderly is one of the most sought-after services by the aged patients as the process is lengthy and may get stressful. We are proficient to relax the patient and guarantee a seamless treatment. 

 

 

Depending on the type, the risks associated with dialysis may include – 

  • Lower blood pressure 
  • Delayed renal recovery 
  • Weakening of bones 
  • Infection
  • Weight gain
  • Stomach pain 
  • High blood sugar
  • Hernia
  • Difficulty sleeping 
  • Muscle cramping 
  • Anaemia 
  • Irregular heartbeat

Our staff is trained to address emergencies while keeping the patient relaxed. If emergencies arise,  our staff will be looking after the necessities, such as consulting with the doctor and hospital admission and others. The next of kin will be kept constantly updated on the situation via phone calls.

The overall procedure, that is, from picking up the concerned patient from home, completing the dialysis, purchasing medicines to taking back the patient home, usually takes 6-8 hours.