Taking Care Of Your Child's Kidney

Building 2, Floor 2
Opening hours vary by day — please call
66 (0)2 022-2236-40
Floor 3
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66 (0) 2378-9110-1

The Pediatric Nephrology Clinic at Samitivej International Children’s Hospital delivers a comprehensive range of kidney related diagnostic and treatment services administered by a team of internationally accredited specialists. The clinic’s services include the diagnosis of kidney diseases caused by genetic disorders and other conditions. The clinic also performs additional analysis to confirm the cause of each condition and select the most appropriate treatment plan. Once a kidney disease has been diagnosed and analyzed, the clinic provides treatments aimed at halting or slowing down the progress of conditions. The clinic also treats electrolyte disorders with solutions containing saline and provides treatment to counter high blood pressure, urinary problems such as bladder control or bedwetting, and inflammation of the kidneys such as SLE nephritis and IgA nephropathy.


Our Services:

  • Treatment of kidney failure with hemodialysis
  • Treatment of kidney failure with peritoneal dialysis
  • Kidney transplant
  • Evaluation of kidney and urinary tract disorders with ultrasound, radiopaque dye and kidney scan
  • Treatment of acute and chronic glomerulonephritis
  • Treatment of acute and chronic kidney failure
  • Kidney biopsy for lab tests
  • Treatment of inflammation of the kidney caused by Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)
  • Treatment of congenital kidney and urinary tract problems
  • Treatment of urinary tract infections such as inflammation of the urinary tract and inflammation of the bladder
  • Treatment of urinary disorders such as red blood cells and/or protein in the urine
  • Treatment of diabetes insipidus (frequent and increased urination)
  • Treatment of high blood pressure caused by kidney disease
  • Restoration of fluid and electrolyte imbalance
  • Treatment of nephrotic syndrome (loss of protein in the urine)