Hasan Sadikin General Hospital (RSHS) was established in 1923 under the name "Het Ziekenhuijs the General Bandoengsche." Since the establishment of the medical faculty at the University of Padjadjaran in 1957, this hospital has been designated as an educational hospital for students of the Faculty of Medicine. In 1967 the name was changed into Hasan Sadikin General Hospital (RSHS). The hospital was named after the late physician who died in service as director of the hospital, dr. Hasan Sadikin.
As A class hospital and the largest in West Java, Hasan Sadikin General Hospital has a function as the main referral hospital for tertiary care at the provincial and national centers of superior service in Nuclear Medicine.
Located in Jl. Pasteur No.38, Pasteur, Sukajadi, Kota Bandung, Jawa Barat, RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung delivers the best in interdisciplinary health care to all Bandung people. Specialized patient care services including OBGYN, General Surgery, Oral and maxillofacial surgery, Orthopedics, Neuroscience, Dentistry, Rehabilitation, Psychiatry, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, ENT, Cardiology, Nephrology, Urology, and Oncology have achieved national recognition.
RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung provides the most current and effective treatments in a welcoming, professional and caring environment. RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung vision, mission, and values represent the commitment to your overall health and satisfaction with the hospital. The goal is to ensure that you have the best possible healthcare experience by receiving quality care and outstanding service.
RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung reinvests the revenue into facilities, technology, and resources that elevate the level of patient care provided. The patients have access to the latest medical technology and equipment that support the healing process. The specialists are recognized leaders in treating the most challenging illnesses and injuries while achieving outstanding patient outcomes. Besides, the nurses and other caregivers are highly trained and known for delivering expert, attentive and compassionate care.
RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung is committed to continuing the legacy of excellence by providing outstanding service, leading-edge patient care, and healthcare education to people in Bandung City region, throughout Jawa Barat and beyond. Today, RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung ranks among the nation's top academic medical centers in both patient satisfaction and in the quality and safety of patient care.
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RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung's Kidney Transplant Center has been successfully treating patients for several decades. The highly skilled physicians deliver the expertise you need with an innovative approach that's totally focused on you, the patient. RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung Transplant Center is dedicated to providing comprehensive care to patients with chronic kidney disease, including end-stage renal disease.
The Center offers one of the newest and most advanced procedures for transplant from a living donor - laparoscopic nephrectomy. After making four small incisions in the abdomen, doctors insert a laparoscope, a small tube-like instrument with a camera to see inside your body. It helps guide the surgical instruments to free the kidney.
This innovative, minimally invasive procedure usually means donors experience less pain, a shorter hospital stay, quicker recovery and less scarring. Why? Because just one of the four small incisions is made larger so the kidney can be removed in one piece.
The skilled and experienced Hasan Sadikin Bandung kidney transplant team includes surgeons, kidney specialists (or nephrologists), and nurse coordinators who work in unison with all hospital disciplines to manage your care from pre-transplant evaluation through recovery. The transplant patients also are assigned a dedicated transplant coordinator to contact anytime for pre- and post-transplant care advice.
All Hasan Sadikin Bandung kidney transplant physicians receive additional specialty training in transplant surgery.
Special procedures offered at RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung are:
Each potential recipient undergoes education and evaluation by a multi-disciplinary team at RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung.
If this team decides that a kidney transplant would improve your quality of life compared to staying on dialysis, you'll be notified about your acceptance as a candidate. If the risks for transplant are too high, the physicians will counsel you on your status for transplantation and your options.
The kidneys filter blood and produce urine. Narrow tubes called ureters carry urine from the kidney to the bladder. The bladder stores urine until you are ready to urinate. Another tube called the urethra carries urine from the bladder out of the body. Together, the kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra are called the urinary tract.
Kidney stones are formed out of crystals found in the urine. In most cases, the crystals are too tiny to be noticed, and pass harmlessly out of the body. However, they can build up inside the kidney and form much larger stones. If a stone becomes large enough to block the flow of urine, it can cause pressure, pain, and infection. Depending on their size and position, untreated kidney stones can permanently damage kidney function.
Lithotripsy is a procedure that uses high-energy sound waves to break down kidney stones into tiny fragments, which can then be flushed out of the body in the urine. The sound waves are pointed at the stones through the skin, but no cuts are made. The procedure is often referred to as extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL).
Lithotripsy is routinely done as an outpatient or day case. Your consultant will explain the benefits and risks of having lithotripsy and will discuss any alternatives to the treatment.
You will usually be asked to lie on your back on the couch, and an X-ray or ultrasound will be used to pinpoint the exact position of the kidney stone. Once it has been located, some gel will be smeared on your skin to enable good contact with the lithotripter probe. The probe will focus the sound waves precisely onto the stone to break it up. It is best to try and relax during the treatment and avoid making movements, otherwise, the kidney stone may move out of focus.
The machine will make a clicking noise as it works but you will probably not feel very much at all to begin with. The intensity of the sound waves will be increased gradually.
Although the sound waves themselves do not hurt, most people feel an unusual and uncomfortable sensation as the stone is broken up. You will be given pain relief to make the procedure more comfortable.Your consultant is present throughout the procedure, so you will be able ask for the treatment to stop if it becomes too uncomfortable.
The treatment usually takes about 20 to 30 minutes. If you have several stones in the same kidney they may all be treated, but only one kidney is treated at a time.
After lithotripsy, you may have some pain and you will be given some painkillers to relieve this. You should drink fluids regularly for 48 hours after your treatment to help flush your kidneys and lower the risk of developing a urinary tract infection. It is quite normal to have small fragments of the broken stone and a little blood in your urine during this time.
Lithotripsy is a commonly performed and generally safe procedure. For most people, the benefits of having this non-surgical treatment for kidney stones are much greater than any disadvantages. However, like all medical procedures, there is an element of risk.
The success of the treatment will depend on the density, size, and position of the stone. Your consultant will be experienced, but even so, many lithotripsies are not successfully completed on a single visit and may need to be repeated.
Specific complications of lithotripsy are uncommon, but it is possible to develop a urinary tract infection afterward, requiring treatment with antibiotics. In rare cases, stone fragments can block the tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder causing severe pain – you should contact your consultant if you have any pain that doesn’t settle with painkillers.
Very rarely, the kidney tissues can be bruised and damaged after treatment. Usually, there are no symptoms, but sometimes bleeding can occur. There is a chance this can permanently affect your kidney function and blood pressure.
The chance of complications depends on the exact type of treatment that you are having and other factors such as your general health. Ask your consultant to explain how any risks apply to you.
Care begins with diagnosis. The Outpatient Diagnostic Imaging Center at RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung is your resource for the latest advances in medical imaging delivered in a private, comfortable setting.
Diagnostic imaging center has a highly-trained staff of Board Certified radiologists, technologists and sonographers committed to providing you with compassionate, personalized care. The Imaging department has the latest in diagnostic imaging equipment, giving the patients the best possible results with the lowest dose available.
The Diagnostic Imaging Center is accredited. In addition, the staffs maintain electronic records of the imaging studies through the Picture Archiving and Storage System (PACS) -- an important benefit should you require emergency care or treatment.
The comprehensive range of diagnostic imaging services offered includes the following:
At RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung, patients receive care from many specialists, including doctors, nurses, rehabilitation therapists, pharmacists, and dietitians. By working in teams, they will provide you with the best care.
The following is a list of the variety of professionals who may be part of your health care team, depending on the nature of treatment.
Doctors: Doctors make the major decisions about the best care and treatment for each patient. This could include an attending, hospitalist, fellow, resident or intern.
Nurses: There are a variety of nurses including registered nurses, clinical nurse specialists, nurse practitioners, pain nurses and charge nurses. Nurses work very closely with doctors and other members of the health care team to monitor and manage your symptoms and response to illness and care while in the hospital. In addition, nurses are there to help family members get everything they need in order to support the patient.
Pharmacists: A clinical pharmacist is a person with advanced education in medication use who helps decide which medications are best for you. A certified pharmacy technician is a practitioner responsible for preparing and delivering medications and assisting pharmacists and nurses with medication dispersion and administration.
Dietitians: Clinical dietitians assess patients’ special nutrition needs, design appropriate diet plans and menus to meet these needs, assist patients with selection of daily meals and snacks during the hospital stay, and help you understand specific nutritional needs and how to follow a healthy diet at home. In addition, clinical dietitians provide nutrition-related educational materials and counseling.
Therapists: There are occupational therapists, physical therapists and therapists from other specialty areas. Though they have different skills, they all have one goal: to assist you on the road to recovery.
Other Staff: During your hospital stay, you will come in contact with other staff that will play a role in helping diagnose or treat your condition. These staff may work in Laboratories, Medical Imaging (X-ray), Nuclear Medicine, Homecare or other areas. If you have questions about the treatment or test being given, please ask the staff member or your doctor to explain the reason for the procedure or what will take place.
Your orthopedics team includes orthopedic surgeons, physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians or physiatrists, plastic surgeons, occupational therapists or hand therapists and physical therapists. The physicians are board-certified in their respective specialties and many have additional fellowship training.
The staffs of RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung diagnose and treat injuries, both major and minor. Minor injuries include overuse or repetitive conditions like carpal tunnel syndrome and tennis elbow. They also include injuries sustained in falls or during physical activity, such as sprains, strains, and tears of the tendons and ligaments around the shoulder, elbow, hand, hip, knee or ankle and simple fractures.
The orthopedic surgeons, physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians, and plastic surgeons have the experience and skill needed to repair damage from serious trauma, such as pelvic and acetabular (hip socket) fractures, open fractures, multiple fractures and articular (joint) fractures. They also provide rehabilitation services, so that your function and quality of life are restored.
RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung also offers comprehensive care for arthritis, osteopenia, osteoporosis and other degenerative conditions. Infants and children can get orthopedic help at RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung too. The team can evaluate and treat congenital difficulties, including club feet and hip dysplasia.
The orthopedic service features four centers of excellence:
When you visit the orthopedic service at RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung, your physician will look at your full medical history. The physician performs a physical exam and ask you to describe your symptoms. He may test your range of motion—how high you can raise your hand over your head, for example—your muscle strength and how well your nerves work.
If you need further testing to get to the root of your orthopedic issue, the staffs can help. The physicians have access to the latest diagnostic techniques and state-of-the-art equipment to evaluate your condition, including:
To find out more about the tests RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung can offer, visit the Radiology Department.
RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung Neuroscience is a national leader in providing innovative, expert care to people with even the most complex brain, spine, and neurological conditions. The hospital has pioneered game-changing treatments that have helped people to live full and active lives again. The physicians are among the most experienced in the world at performing progressive procedures safely, effectively and with exceptional outcomes.
The physicians at RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung are committed to offering compassionate, high-quality care in state-of-the-art facilities. The multidisciplinary department unites experts from many different medical specialties who collaborate and determine the most effective treatment plan for each individual patient.
RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung’s renowned neurosurgeons are leaders in developing groundbreaking surgeries that have put an end to Parkinson’s patients’ tremors, freed people with trigeminal neuralgia from excruciating facial pain and allowed those with serious spine conditions to walk pain-free. Besides, they perform numerous procedures with advanced minimally invasive technology that give patients with debilitating back and neck conditions fast recoveries, also little scarring on their lives.
Neuroscience physicians have a comprehensive approach to treating neurological conditions, including epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, and ALS, and have made significant strides managing these conditions through extensive research and clinical trials. RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung also made important advances in stroke medicine by treating patients quickly and effectively.
Chronic Kidney Disease is an abnormality in kidney function of more than three months duration. This results in accumulation of waste products and water in the body. It is very often progressive with gradual worsening of the kidney function leading to end-stage kidney disease necessitating dialysis or transplantation.
Some of the common causes of Chronic Kidney Disease are:
Early stages may be without any symptoms. With increase in the accumulated wastes and water, symptoms may develop such as:
If you have high blood pressure or uncontrolled diabetes or a family history of kidney disease, you may be at risk for developing Chronic Kidney Disease. Periodic screening tests in such high-risk group will help in early detection of Chronic Kidney Disease. An appropriate medical advice in early stages of Chronic Kidney Disease may prevent rapid deterioration of kidney function and delay dialysis.
Early stages of Chronic Kidney Disease are very often silent without any symptoms. The only way to know is by simple blood and urine tests that indicate the accumulation of wastes in blood or leakage of proteins/albumin in the urine. Some tests may have to be done at periodic intervals to track the level of your kidney function.
High Blood Pressure is a frequent finding in Chronic Kidney Disease patients along with anemia, bone disease, malnutrition and accelerated heart and blood vessel disease. They are more prone to various infections. Most Chronic Kidney Disease patients require medicines to control Blood Pressure. In addition, some may need diuretics to reduce the swelling of the body. People with Diabetes require controlling their blood sugar.
Some medications may have adverse effects on kidney function while some may require a dose alteration. It is best to discuss with your doctor all the medicines with their doses. Diet needs to be controlled. It should include less salt, water and low in proteins. Alcohol and smoking can worsen the kidney damage and steps to quit should be taken.
Some patients may continue with stable kidney function for years without requiring dialysis. Others may show relentless worsening and reach a stage necessitating dialysis.
There are two types of dialysis:
Hemodialysis that uses a machine to purify the blood directly after circulating through an artificial kidney or filter.
Peritoneal Dialysis – this is done through the abdomen where the peritoneal membrane filters the wastes and excess water from the body.
One of the treatment options available for patients with end-stage kidney disease is a kidney transplant. This involves surgically implanting a functional kidney that may come from a living or a deceased donor. Following transplantation, patient needs to be on lifelong medications to improve its survival.
RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung has one of the city’s largest dialysis unit, with the latest technology, that provides all types of dialysis. Utmost care is given to quality with well-trained and compassionate staff. A state-of-the-art water purification plant along with regular water tests ensures a continuous supply of ultra-pure water for dialysis.
RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung has a dedicated transplant ward with nurses trained to provide the best post-transplant care. The entire transplant team is well trained with work experience.
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