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Febrile convulsions in children

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Acute abdomen: what to do?

At the time the acute abdomen occurs, surgical intervention is necessary. Abdominal pain is of different types depending on the etiology. General symptoms are visceral pain, pain from the peritoneum-parietal,

Anemia in children

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Oral hygiene in children: instructions for use

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What is epiglottitis?

epiglottide

Epiglottitis is an acute infection, most common from 3 to 6 years of age. Symptoms exhibited during the onset of epiglottitis are fever, septic status, forced posture, dysphagia, hoarse voice, dyspnea, and sialorrhea. It is important to avoid any maneuvers that might agitate the child, not to lie the child on the bed, not to remove the child from the parents, not to take blood samples, and not to inspect the oral head.

The examinations to be performed are lateral neck X-ray, fiberoptic nasopharyngoscopy, and blood culture before therapy.

Source: Medical Emergencies in Pediatrics by Mediserve edited by Maurizio Vanelli

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