Bronchitis: symptoms in adults and children. How to treat bronchitis
Symptoms of bronchitis in children and adults do not differ. A disease of the respiratory system has the same symptoms, but the intensity of the manifestation may vary. In children…

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Signs of asthma in a child
If a child has a dry cough, this may be one of the signs of asthma, one of the most common diseases occurring in a chronic form. In such a…

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Urticaria in a child: treatment, causes and symptoms
Urticaria in a child - sudden red itchy rashes on the body that require treatment. It can manifest itself as an allergic reaction to any irritant that is not always…

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All about flat feet: transverse and longitudinal, how to treat and prevent

Flatfoot is a change in the shape of the foot of the foot when its longitudinal or transverse arch is lowered. Most often, girls and women are affected. This causes significant inconvenience, and in some cases leads to complications. In this article, you will learn how to prevent this outcome and improve your quality of life. You will also find tips on preventing flat feet. They are especially relevant for women who like to walk in high heels. They are useful to mothers to prevent the development of flat feet in a child. Of course, flat feet can be congenital, but it is rare – 3% of cases. To determine it, most often succeeds after 6 years. The fact is that in young children, the foot is flat. Therefore, talking about the presence of a problem is quite difficult at an early age.

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What is the size of Mantoux: the norm in children

Many readers are interested in what size Mantoux is the norm in children? To answer this question, we offer a comprehensive study.

What you need to do Mantoux

Mantoux reaction is a minimally invasive and informative method for identifying the causative agent of tuberculosis – infection with Koch mycobacterium. With its help, early diagnosis is possible when there is no symptomatology. Tuberculosis is an infectious and inflammatory disease, most often affecting the respiratory system. Less common are foci of inflammation in the bones, eyes, kidneys, and other organs. For centuries, there was no cure for this disease, and the fate of the sick was a slow fading. In the 20th century, antibiotics, vaccines, and Pirke test appeared. It became known what the size of the Mantoux should be – the norm in children. However, even now the epidemiological situation for tuberculosis is extremely unfavorable. Therefore, the role of tuberculin diagnostics cannot be underestimated. Continue reading

How to recognize rickets: signs in children

Symptoms of rickets in children are caused by a violation of phosphorus-calcium metabolism. In this case, the musculoskeletal system is affected, defects in the internal organs are detected. There is a decline in reactivity. The disease does not appear suddenly – it can be recognized and stopped in the early stages. Otherwise, it will affect the overall health of the child and his future physical condition. Rickets disrupts the development of crumbs in many aspects, including growth. The disease deforms the structure of the bones. Most often, the disease affects children aged 3 months to 2 years. Therefore, during this period, you need to especially monitor the baby’s nutrition.

Rickets in a child occurs due to a deficiency of vitamin D. During the period of active growth, the body especially needs it. If it is not enough, then the lag on many points begins. You can recognize and stop the disease in the early stages. Most mothers are scared if a pediatrician finds signs of rickets in a child. Should I panic right away? What to do to prevent ailment? To answer these questions, you should understand the nature of the disease.

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Stomatitis in a child: treatment
Whether stomatitis requires treatment in a small child - parents often think when they find symptoms. In appearance, it may seem harmless. Some children may not even have a fever,…

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If the child "has possessed a demon." How to calm a nervous child
Passers-by think that a demon has infused a child. To outsiders, he seems aggressive, hyperactive, not childishly irritable. Carers or teachers complain of restlessness and temper. Parents can only make…

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Symptoms of a concussion in a child
Such head damage as concussion very often manifests itself in children. Moreover, a head injury (traumatic brain injury) is in the first position in pediatric traumatology, requiring urgent arrival at…

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Mononucleosis in a child: symptoms and treatment
During the examination of the child, I see the following symptoms: Fever. Body temperature can rise up to 40 degrees. In my practice, the longest period of high temperature lasted…

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