Overview Should your newborn need surgery for a congenital heart defect, a defect that is there from birth, you can take some comfort knowing these procedures are safer and more effective than ever. Thanks to new technology, surgeons have easier and better methods to restoration your infant’s heart. There are two most important options. The first one is open-heart surgery. The second one makes use of a catheter, and that doesn’t require cutting up the...
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1.Am I a right candidate /patient for laser hair removal as my marriage is in next 4-6 months? Most of the individuals can be treated with laser hair removal /reduction but the response may vary from an individual to individual and from area to area in the same individual. While choosing a patient for laser hair removal and to combat SIDE EFFECTS OF LASER HAIR REMOVAL, right laser with right fluence energy along with precise...
Overview Pediatric cardiac surgery is quite complex and needs sophisticated technologically and advanced miniature equipment for proper treatment and care of the children. Early diagnosis and early treatment are important in congenital heart defects, as children with untreated heart failure suffer for example of growth failure and lung problems that complicate surgery. The concept of minimally invasive surgery for congenital heart disease in pediatric patients is broad, and has the aim of reducing the trauma...
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To eradicate polio from the globe, now Injectable polio vaccine (IPV) is also required to be given in addition to Oral Polio Vaccine (OPV) which is already started in the private sector as per Indian Academy of Pediatrics and WHO guidelines. It will now also be given in Government sector from this month. Please spread the message that it is required and safe. Message from Government of India, WHO, UNICEF, IAP (Indian academy of pediatrics)
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Hi. This is a link to my e book on weaning your baby. Kindly take a look and pass it on to those mothers who might need complete information about weaning their babies. Weaning from A to Z. The link https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/477752 . The book is also available as a kindle edition on Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NPRNXB8 Dr. P. V. Vaidyanathan M. D. DCH
A Review of your baby’s progress depending on the age of the baby. These questions should be completed few days before your visit to doctor and should be shared with your doctor. If your baby is less than 3 yrs, please refer to the other post here. Question Yes No Unsure 1. Are you concerned about your child’s development? 2. Is your child’s immunization up to date? 3. Does...
A Review of your baby’s progress depending on the age of the baby. These questions should be completed few days before your visit to doctor and should be shared with your doctor. 1-2 Weeks Review Question Yes No Unsure 1. Do you have any concerns about your baby? 2. Is your baby startled by loud noise? 3. Has anyone in your family had a history of early deafness (under...
Usual reaction is itching, irritating, swelling and redness. Things to do Reassurance to the child (don't panic) Ice compress Rub baking sode for bee sting and vinegar for wasp sting Oral Anthihistamiones Phenergan/Chlorphenarmine/Avil/Incidal/Foristal\ Topical steroid ointment (check for any sking ointment handy) Pain killer like syp combiflam Oral steroids* (only on prescription)
Please see below for a list of medicines that are must for all households Nasal Drops (medicated as well as saline) Antipyeretics (Parcetamol, Crocin, Nimuilide, Ibgesic plus) Tummyache - Antispasmodics (meftal spas/colimex crops) Cough/Allergy/Cold - Antihistaminics (pherengan/triamnic) Loose Tummy - Electral/Speedral (for diarrhoea) Vomiting - Antiemetics (Domstal/perinorm) Anti-inflammatory (for earache-ibugesic plus) Streamer or aerosol/nebulizer Laxative (Agarol/Milk of magnesia/glycerine suppository) For nchial spasms (theoasthaline/steroids) Precautions - Check for exact dosages with your pediatrician Know the right...
First 4 Wk Turns head from side to side. May fixate face or light in line of vision. Visual preference for human face. At 4 Wk Watches person; follows moving object Body movements in cadence with voice of other in social contact; beginning to smile At 8 Wk Head sustained in plane of body on ventral suspension Follows moving object 180 degrees Smiles on social contact; listens to voice and coos At 12 Wk Early...
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