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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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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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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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. In this case, the source of infection for the fetus is almost always the mother who undergoes CMVI during pregnancy. Exceptions are those extremely rare cases when transfusion transmission of cytomegalovirus (CMV) occurs during intrauterine administration of blood products infected with CMV to the fetus. Intrauterine CMVI develops as a result of pre- or intrapartum infection. With prenatal infection of the fetus, there is a transplacental transmission of CMV. With intranatal – the virus enters the body of the child by aspiration or ingestion of infected amniotic fluid and / or infected secrets of the birth canal of the mother. Continue reading

The effectiveness of the inhalation effects of natural essential oils in the comprehensive prevention of influenza and SARS in children

Influenza and other acute respiratory viral infections (ARVI) are, according to experts, the most widespread diseases and occupy a leading place in the structure of infectious pathology. According to WHO, during epidemic outbreaks of influenza, up to 15% of the population (3-5 million people) get sick, 250-500 thousand of them die. Approximately 20–40 million people per year fall ill with influenza and other acute respiratory viral infections in the Russian Federation, of which 40–60% are children.

The national report on the health of the population of Russia noted that the number of absolutely healthy children decreased to 10%, children with repeated SARS make up 70–75%, with chronic diseases – 15–20%. The largest number of diseases (37%) is observed in children aged 1 year to 14 years. Continue reading

Why do some children get sick often
If the child is sick more than six times a year or the recovery period lasts longer than 10-12 days, then such a child can be called "FREQUENTLY ill." Many…

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Childhood diseases
When we raise babies, one of the most difficult trials is their illness. And questions always arise, how to relate to this, how to withstand it. Especially if there are…

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An integrated approach to the treatment of acute respiratory viral infections
Acute respiratory viral infections (ARVI) remain the most common diseases in the world, including among the children's population. In the Russian Federation, acute respiratory viral infections occupy a leading place…

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Autism or developmental features?
Last time, we talked about violations in the intellectual and emotional development of the child and what prerequisites provoke these violations. Perhaps one of the most controversial cognitive disorders is…

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