Features Of The Frequency Prevalence And Risk Factors For The Formation Of Glomerulonephritis In Children
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 5319-5324
AbstractThe authors conducted a study on the risk factors for glomerulonephritis in children. Some regional features of glomerulonephritis in children have been established: the frequency is significantly higher among rural children; comorbid forms predominate in the clinical picture; chronic glomerulonephritis prevails in the structure of renal diseases; in virus-associated glomerulonephritis, the role of aggressive risk factors is the pathological course of pregnancy (OR-2.45, CI 99%, P<0.001), operative delivery (OR-1.33, CI 95%, P<0.01), TORCH infection of parents (OR-1.93; DI 95%, P<0.01), ECD and atopic dermatitis in the child (OR-1.43; DI 95%, P<0.01), frequent SARS in the anamnesis (OR-1.09; DI 95%, P<0.01), hemorrhagic vasculitis (within the last 3 months) (OSH-1.17; CI 95%, P<0.01), insect Allergy (OSH-1.27; CI 95%, P<0.01), chickenpox (within the last 3 months) (OSH-1.06; CI 95%, P<0.01), hypothermia (OSH-1.24; CI 95%, P<0.01) and a severe history (OSH-1.36; CI 95%, P<0.01).
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