Bed wetting in children

It is common for children younger than six to kiss at night. It is only when the child has turned five that it is called bedwetting, or enuresis. It is one of the most common health problems for children who are six to seven years old. There are treatments that help the vast majority. As a parent, there are also things you can do.

Kidney failure

The kidneys purify the blood from substances and remove water that the body does not need. In the event of kidney failure, the kidneys are no longer able to do so and then harmful substances and water remain in the body. Renal failure can be acute or chronic. The treatment you receive depends on the type of kidney failure you have and what problems you have.

Urinary tract infection in children

Urinary tract infection is a fairly common disease in children. It is caused by bacteria entering the urethra and bladder. When the bacteria stop there it is called bladder catarrh. The bacteria spread to the kidneys and the renal pelvis is called renal pelvic inflammation.

Epidemic nephropathy

Sork fever is a viral disease that is spread by infected forest sores. You may become ill if you touch the animals, their saliva, urine or faeces, or inhale dust containing urine or faeces. The disease does not infect humans. You can get pretty bad from cured fever, but most will be completely healthy again.