To answer the question “Is kidney transplant successful for patients?” We need to understand what a kidney transplant is and what are its potential benefits when it is done. It is performed when a part of the kidney known as the “granulocyte” is removed by surgery and is taken from the body. The granulocyte cells or “nephrons” make proteins that are needed to sustain life. When the cells are removed from the body, they do not grow, die, or multiply and so they cannot give nourishment to any living thing. Removing these cells is the basis for kidney transplantation and can improve a person’s health drastically.
Although it is possible to live a long and healthy life after a transplant, it is not likely to happen in all patients. After receiving a transplant, there is a very high risk of contracting kidney failure due to the fact that the transplanted cells are no longer able to make the proteins the body needs. When a person has a history of kidney failure, the likelihood of getting a transplant becomes even more likely and is usually necessary if dialysis has been tried and has not worked.
There are a number of different treatments available when dialysis fails, and patients who suffer from kidney failure often require a kidney transplant. The benefits of kidney transplant surgery are immediate and extremely beneficial to patients who cannot take dialysis anymore. For these patients, there is no pain or side effects, as there would be if a patient was to undergo dialysis on her own. In addition to this, once a person has a transplanted kidney, doctors can able to remove the kidney that was successfully transplanted and use the other kidney to treat other patients suffering from kidney failure. This effectively means that kidney transplant patients will no longer have to undergo dialysis for them to receive all the medical care they require.