Clinical observation
In order to focus attention on this problem of pediatricians, pediatric cardiologists and pulmonologists, we present an interesting clinical case of PAH on the background of a combination of BPD…

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Epileptic status in children. Clinical lecture
Epileptic status (ES) is characterized by prolonged or repeated seizures / episodes without a return to the normal state for this patient. ES is often found in pediatric practice, it…

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Combined acute intestinal infections in children: clinical features, treatment approaches
Acute intestinal infections (acute intestinal infections) remain an important public health problem due to their mass, severe course and the associated economic damage. OCI occupy the 2nd place in the…

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About children’s immunity, frequent acute respiratory viral infections and the treatment of diseases

Winter is a traditional peak in the incidence of SARS and influenza, and not only among children who go to kindergarten and school, but also among adults. The Village asked the immunologist Umar Khasanov the most common questions that worry parents: why does one child get sick often and the other rarely, is there a reliable prevention of SARS, which means the color of the discharge from the nose, is it worth worrying about coughing people in vehicles when antibiotics are needed.
The question that concerns almost all parents of kindergarteners: is it normal to get sick twice a month?
Watching how to get sick. If the disease proceeds without bacterial and fungal complications, nasal congestion and coughing lasts no more than two weeks, the child looks healthy outside the disease, the pediatrician did not reveal chronic diseases associated with an increased tendency to infections, then the norm. Continue reading

Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) Strategy for Children Under Five
More than 7.5 million children worldwide die each year before they reach the age of five. Most of them come from poor communities and live in the poorest countries. These…

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Is it possible to prevent the consequences of congenital cytomegalovirus infection?
Congenital CMVI is one of the most common intrauterine infections in the world and occurs on average in 0.2–2.5% of live births, and in developed countries, in 0.6–0.7% of newborns.…

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Combined acute intestinal infections in children: clinical features, treatment approaches
Acute intestinal infections (acute intestinal infections) remain an important public health problem due to their mass, severe course and the associated economic damage. OCI occupy the 2nd place in the…

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Is it possible to prevent the consequences of congenital cytomegalovirus infection?
Congenital CMVI is one of the most common intrauterine infections in the world and occurs on average in 0.2–2.5% of live births, and in developed countries, in 0.6–0.7% of newborns.…

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