Children's botulism
Overview Foodborne botulism is a serious, potentially fatal, but relatively rare disease. This is intoxication, usually caused by the consumption of highly active neurotoxins, botulinum toxins formed in contaminated foods.…

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Irrigation and elimination therapy and prevention of acute respiratory infections in children
Today, in the practice of a pediatric ENT specialist, the prevention and treatment of inflammatory diseases of the upper respiratory tract in children remain an urgent problem. In 25-50% of…

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The structure of the incidence and modern approaches to the treatment of acute respiratory viral infections in children
Undoubtedly, acute respiratory infections (ARI) invariably occupy a leading place in the structure of infectious pathology, especially among children. In Russia, approximately 70–80 thousand diseases are registered annually per 100…

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HISTORY OF DESCRIPTION OF KAWASAKI’S DISEASE. TOMISAKU KAVASAKI – FAMOUS JAPANESE PEDIATRIC, AUTHOR OF SYSTEMIC VASCULITIS IN CHILDREN

Kawasaki disease is a systemic vasculitis of unknown etiology, acute onset in infancy or early childhood, with a primary lesion of the coronary arteries. Syndrome or Kawasaki disease is more often observed in children under the age of 5 years and is recognized as the leading cause of acquired heart diseases in children – primarily the pathology of the coronary arteries, which in some cases can persist throughout the patient’s life, leading to coronary heart disease and myocardial infarction in children and young age. Currently, the number of adults with coronary artery disease due to childhood Kawasaki disease, who are hospitalized for acute myocardial infarction for coronary artery bypass grafting or interventional procedures, is increasing. Dilation (ectasia) or aneurysm of the coronary arteries develops in 25% of children who have not received adequate therapy. Treatment, begun in the first 10 days of the disease with the use of immunoglobulin for intravenous administration, reduces this risk to 3-5%. In this regard, two problems of this disease are important: Continue reading

The child was hospitalized: what rights do parents have?

When children get sick, and even more so get to the hospital, worries and worries fall on their parents. And if during this period the struggle for the health of a child turns into a struggle with doctors, it takes away the forces needed for something completely different.

Most often, in a situation of sudden childhood illness, with trauma and other health troubles, parents lose confidence. Little knowledge of what to do is incomprehensible, and doctors speak exclusively in command tone.

But the law supports parents in this situation. Moms and dads (and their loved ones) have enough rights, you just need to know about them. Very often, self-righteousness can improve the psychological climate, make the parent and doctor allies and accelerate the recovery of the child.

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The effectiveness of restorative massage in cerebral palsy

Cerebral palsy is a terrible ailment that modern parents are increasingly confronted with. Not so long ago it was believed that treatment for this disease does not exist. Yes, modern medicine does not completely get rid of the disease, at the same time, there are ways to greatly reduce the negative effect of the disease, and also contribute to the maximum development of the child. And an important role here is given to a special restorative massage.

Features of the procedure
Such a disease greatly limits the patient’s capabilities. At the same time, a complex of rehabilitation procedures, which consists of physiotherapy exercises and special techniques of manual therapy, makes it possible to normalize the functioning of the central nervous system. Thanks to this technique, a child develops a number of skills necessary to control his own body. Competent manual therapy significantly increases the result of general treatment. Continue reading

Children's botulism
Overview Foodborne botulism is a serious, potentially fatal, but relatively rare disease. This is intoxication, usually caused by the consumption of highly active neurotoxins, botulinum toxins formed in contaminated foods.…

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Levocarnitine in pediatric practice
Currently, in pediatrics and pedopsychiatry there is a relentless search for adequate methods of treatment and prevention of neuropsychiatric disorders of children, especially at an early age. In particular, such…

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Vitamin D deficiency in the system "mother - placenta - fetus"
Advances in perinatal medicine, which has been rapidly developing in recent decades, have led to a significant increase in the survival rate of premature babies with very low and extremely…

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Features of the course of secondary pulmonary hypertension in a child
Pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) is a heterogeneous, often multifactorial condition that can be either an independent, isolated pathology, or a complication of a wide range of diseases, including congenital heart…

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