Event Title

Acute renal insufficiency

Session

Medicine and Nursing

Description

Acute renal insufficiency is characterized by a reversible increase in the concentration of creatinine and nitrogen products as a result of the kidney's inability to adequately maintain fluid and electrolyte homeostasis.

Purpose of the paper: is to research the latest literature on PAV as well as identify the most common causes of all three forms of the disease, determine the predominant form, determine the age and sex of the patients, at the Clinic Pediatrics, near UCCK.

Research Methods: The method used for this research is retrospective. Data are collected at the Pediatric Clinic, near the University Clinical Center of Kosovo, and cover the last 5 years 2011-2016.

Results: Of the 59 patients with PAV, 28 were female and 31 were male. Percentage calculation means that 47% of patients are female and 53% are male. Young people, especially children aged 1 to 5, are most affected by PAV.

Conclusions: PAV is more pronounced among males, with 53% compared to 47% of female cases. Of the three forms of PAV, the most common is Pre-renal. Young people, especially children aged 1 to 5, are most affected by PAV.

Session Chair

Fitim Alidema

Session Co-Chair

Salih Krasniqi

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-19-2

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

26-10-2019 1:30 PM

End Date

26-10-2019 3:00 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2019.299

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Acute renal insufficiency

Pristina, Kosovo

Acute renal insufficiency is characterized by a reversible increase in the concentration of creatinine and nitrogen products as a result of the kidney's inability to adequately maintain fluid and electrolyte homeostasis.

Purpose of the paper: is to research the latest literature on PAV as well as identify the most common causes of all three forms of the disease, determine the predominant form, determine the age and sex of the patients, at the Clinic Pediatrics, near UCCK.

Research Methods: The method used for this research is retrospective. Data are collected at the Pediatric Clinic, near the University Clinical Center of Kosovo, and cover the last 5 years 2011-2016.

Results: Of the 59 patients with PAV, 28 were female and 31 were male. Percentage calculation means that 47% of patients are female and 53% are male. Young people, especially children aged 1 to 5, are most affected by PAV.

Conclusions: PAV is more pronounced among males, with 53% compared to 47% of female cases. Of the three forms of PAV, the most common is Pre-renal. Young people, especially children aged 1 to 5, are most affected by PAV.