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The Nephrology Clinic and the Haemodialysis Department as well as a section of the Nephrology Outpatient Clinics, were recently relocated and are now operational on the 1st floor of the new building at Larnaca General Hospital.

The Nephrology Department provides services that cover the entire spectrum of Nephrology, including investigation, monitoring and treatment of both acute and chronic kidney conditions. Patients with hypertension, diabetic nephropathy, cardio-renal syndrome, hepatorenal syndrome, nephrolithiasis, pyelonephritis, morphological abnormalities of the urinary system, urolithiasis, hereditary kidney diseases, and other systemic and non-systemic conditions are examined, evaluated, and investigated in the department.

Renal biopsies are performed under ultrasound guidance or computed tomography (CT). Placement of central venous catheters (CVC) for haemodialysis, both temporary and long-term, is conducted. Specialised therapies such as plasma exchange and peritoneal dialysis are also available. For patients with acute renal failure, haemodialysis treatment is provided in both the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and the Nephrology Ward.

Additionally, the Peritoneal Dialysis Clinic offers regular monitoring of patients along with educational sessions on the method.

The new facilities of the Haemodialysis Unit include 21 haemodialysis stations and 2 stations for infectious diseases (yellow unit), where end-stage chronic kidney disease patients undergo haemodialysis. All the aforementioned departments operate under the supervision of specialised and highly experienced medical and nursing staff.