Pediatric Nephrology

The recent analysis from the pediatric nephrology unit reveals that, in pediatric and neonatal intensive care units, the acute kidney injury (AKI) is noticed as a common complication along with this renal transplantation therapy is more intermittently applied to the children for whom the supportive therapy is not up to the mark to reach the metabolic demands. In more cases, peritoneal dialysis is more selectively preferred in children than the renal transplantation to the aid of non-complexity of the procedure.