Premature baby
A premature baby is considered to be a child born before the 38th week of pregnancy, having a body weight of less than 2500 grams, body length—less than 45 centimeters.…

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After a heart attack
His fate will sometimes depend on the attitude of a person who has suffered a myocardial infarction, to his condition, to medical recommendations, whether he returns to a full-blooded life,…

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Bathing in open water
Bathing, especially at sea, increases resistance to colds, stimulates blood circulation, cardiac muscle activity, improves metabolism, and has a beneficial effect on the nervous system. But, in order not to…

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Monthly Archives: February 2017

Burns in children are very dangerous

Surgeons have alarming statistics: among the total number of people who received burns, more than 30 — 35% are children, and almost half of them are very small — up to three years.

The smaller the child, the greater the danger for him is a burn injury. Even superficial burns. if they are extensive in size, they always endanger the lives of children, and limited deep burns often lead to disability from an early age. Continue reading

To remove the adenoids or to wait?

Third amygdala. What role does it play in the body?

Can adenoids affect a child’s academic performance?

Operation is done. Do you need further treatment?

…The child’s mouth is always half open. He does not even close it in his sleep, he snorts, snores, often wakes up and gets up in the morning sluggish, with a headache. An experienced doctor, even in appearance may suggest that he has adenoids. Continue reading

Measles
Why was measles considered a mandatory disease for a child? What is the danger of measles for a child? Are there any guarantees against severe complications? Under what conditions can…

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Reflux - Esophagitis
Initially, a little anatomy. The diaphragm (muscle-tendon septum) separates the chest cavity from the abdominal. Through the esophageal opening of the diaphragm, the esophagus descends into the abdominal cavity and…

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Chlamydia conjunctivitis
Conjunctivitis, that is, inflammation of the mucous membrane of the eye, is known to many. But not everyone knows about chlamydial conjunctivitis, which is often encountered by ophthalmologists. The causative…

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Where are the points
Amazingly familiar situation. They put the necessary thing somewhere and cannot find it, and then say to yourself: “Sclerosis!” The youth utters this word with coquetry, and in the voice…

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