All set for first pan-European summer camp

Its only six days left until the first European summer camp for children with renal disease, called KREW, opens its doors! Is everything prepared? We spoke to  Iwona Mazur and Michał Dębski-Korzec organizing the camp: How do you feel about the Camp Krew opening this summer? Prepared, unprepared? Scared excited? Iowana: To be honest, slightly…

What happens when your child has kidney disease

Each of the various kidney diseases has its own course, so needs to be treated differently. Early diagnosis and treatment are important in every case so that the consequences of the disease can be delayed as far as possible, or at least become less severe. Early treatment includes: Diet Medication Hormone treatment Vitamins Regular blood…

How to recognise signs of kidney disease in your child

Kidney disease is not easy to detect. Symptoms occur relatively late and are often ambiguous. Almost no symptoms appear until the kidneys begin to function at half their normal capacity. Your pediatrician is your first point of contact for all questions If you want to be sure that your child’s kidneys and urinary tract have…

Support your child´s kidney health

Administering medication (especially painkillers) strictly as prescribed Ensuring urinary tract infections heal completely Making sure he/she drinks enough Making sure he/she eats a balanced diet and practices sport regularlyin order to avoid becoming overweight and suffering the consequences of this (diabetes, high blood pressure).

How do kidney diseases in kids start?

Kidney diseases can occur in infants and children. In most cases, these are inherited or congenital conditions, such as cystic kidney or malformation of the urinary tract. However, disturbed kidney function may also be caused by other conditions, such as diabetes, high blood pressure or infections of the urinary tract. In severe cases (chronic kidney…