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At CreuBlanca we have a team of qualified and empathetic nephrologists who seek to improve the quality of life of patients with kidney diseases. When the kidneys cannot function independently, specialists prescribe treatments that replace kidney function, such as dialysis or transplants.

Have you observed blood in your urine? Do you feel pain in your lower back? Our team of nephrologists will use the most advanced medical technology to conduct all the tests required to reach a reliable diagnosis.

Nephrology

What diseases do we treat in nephrology?

By means of a physical examination and an interview in which you can explain your symptoms, the nephrologist will conduct all the required tests and prescribe a personalised treatment for you. These are some of the most common pathologies that affect kidney function and that we treat at CreuBlanca

  • Renal colic.
  • Chronic Renal Failure (CRF).
  • High blood pressure.
  • Urinary tract infections.
  • Renal lithiasis (kidney stones).
  • Diabetic and systemic neuropathies.
  • Multiple myeloma.
  • Vasculitis.
  • Lupus.
  • Haematuria.
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Main diagnostic means and technologies

At CreuBlanca we invest in and implement the most advanced and innovative technologies in order to offer an optimal healthcare service based on prevention, early diagnosis and personalized treatment.

Nephrological analysis

Nephrourological ultrasound

Renal Doppler echo

Renal Scintigraphy (DMSA)

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