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Febrile convulsions in children

Febrile seizures are seizures in the course of fever in a subject between 6 months and 5 years of age who has no signs of concomitant acute or chronic brain disease.

What to eat while breastfeeding

A woman breastfeeding her baby needs energy requirements corresponding to the milk produced. A weight loss of 0.5 kg per month in the six months following delivery is taken into

Neurodevelopmental disorders and autism

As we know, neurodevelopmental disorders are increasing dramatically, and we find ourselves every day, both as professionals in the field and as people, considering all the clinical and human implications.

Meningitis in children

Meningitis is one of the neurological diseases most commonly acquired during childhood. It is the infection of the meninges due to the penetration of pathogens into the subarachnoid space and

How is the Advocacy model expressed?

We can imagine that among the advocacy activities conceived as social justice, the midwife/midwife is called upon to perform counseling, foster early mother/father and child attachment, promote breastfeeding, and support

Growth retardation in children: what to do?

“Some growth retardation is a very common phenomenon in the early years of developmental age. This occurs because growth is a complex, multifactorial process in which several components must be

What is plateletopenia?

piastrinopenia

The plateletopenia is the condition in which the number of platelets is lower to 150,000 mmc. This can occur due to reduced production, from sequestration or by an increase in distribution. Common signs and symptoms are bleeding surface, hematuria, melena, hepato-spenomegaly, anemia, and symptoms related to previous infectious diseases.

Which laboratory tests is it necessary to perform?

The laboratory tests to be performed with some urgency are the examination CBC with leukocyte formula, to check the actual presence of plateletopenia. If platelets between 20,000 and 150,000/mmc are present, they are not Specific interventions required, except in cases of severe bleeding. If the platelets are less than 20,000/mmc without signs of bleeding you need to keep the patient under close clinical observation. If the platelets are greater than 20,000 with major bleeding, a transfusion of platelets.

Source: Emergencies medical doctors in pediatrics from Mediserve

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Colitis

Colitis is an inflammatory bowel disease, which occurs when the lining of the large intestine or colon, and rectum are inflamed. Such inflammation produces small ulcers in the walls of

Cardiac arrhythmias

The group of cardiac arrhythmias includes all conditions characterized by an alteration in the rhythm of contraction of the heart, either in excess or in defect or associated with irregularities

Anxiety

Anxiety or, more precisely, “generalized anxiety disorder,” as stated in the “Statistical Diagnostic Manual of Mental Disorders-DSM 5.” It is a psychiatric illness characterized by: intense and persistent worry and

Rheumatoid arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic inflammatory disease on an autoimmune basis that primarily affects the joints, but it affects the entire body and over time, especially if not properly treated,

Gastroesophageal reflux

Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) consists of a pronounced rise of some of the acidic contents of the stomach back up into the esophagus, promoted by a poor seal or increased

Postpartum depression

Postpartum depression is a mood disorder characterized by symptoms overlapping with those of major depression and differing from the latter essentially in that it occurs in women a few weeks

Endometrial cancer

Endometrial cancer is a neoplasm that develops at the level of the tissue lining the inner walls of the uterus and, for this reason, is also called simply uterine cancer,

Benign prostatic hypertrophy

The prostate is a chestnut-shaped gland, several centimeters in diameter, found only in men; it is located in front of the rectum, below the bladder, and surrounds the first part

Appendicitis

Appendicitis is an inflammation of the appendix, a tubular formation that is part of the large intestine, which in the past was not given a specific purpose; however, its role

Ovarian cysts

Ovarian cysts are hollow formations filled with fluid or other materials that may occasionally form within or on the surface of the ovaries at different times in a woman’s life,
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