The pediatric patients in the working-age population of 0-21 years are known for comprising only 1 percent of that part of the population in which end-stage renal disease could be discovered. Therefore, at the end, what matters the most in such situations is to ensure that, there are different variables that could be observed with respect to different symptoms that may be produced in the different sets of the population. Hence, the adults are known to be in the range wherein there is a high chance of 59 percent to die because of the renal disease as compared to the other persons who are in the capacity of at least surviving the disease. However the number of persons who are included in this category if very less and ranges up to 10-20 percent. However, when it comes to the children or the younger generation, they have a higher chance of recovery for the simple reason that the people are provided with a robust immunity which is in the position to restructure the body.

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