3 edition of Of the diseases of children found in the catalog.
Of the diseases of children
William P. Dewees
|Statement||by William Dewes ; edited with an introd. by Lawrence A. May.|
|LC Classifications||RJ44 .D49 1977b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 246 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||77016693|
Most risk factors that affect children can be controlled early in life, lowering the risk of heart disease later in disease is not a major cause of death among children and teenagers, but it is the largest cause of death among adults in the United States. Because autoimmune diseases are chronic, the symptoms must be treated on a long-term basis. Mainstream medicine that is prescribed to treat autoimmune disease is expensive in the long-term and does little to rebuild the health and integrity of the immune system as a whole. Autoimmune Diseases Affecting Children.
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The book describes the characteristics of a healthy child including the requirements for his management and proper nutrition. Examination of the child through routine physical examination or certain special examinations, such as blood tests, marrow smear, cerebrospinal fluid tests, or urine.
A Synopsis of Children's Diseases, Fourth Edition serves as a guide to the common as well as rare diseases in children. This book discusses the importance of hereditarily determined diseases. Organized into two parts encompassing chapters, this edition begins with an overview of the norms of development of children.
The earliest medical writers described illnesses that included infectious diseases that impacted children. These included Hippocrates' description of a mumps epidemic in the first book.
Archives of Disease in Childhood (ADC) is an international and peer-reviewed journal specialising in child health, covering the perinatal period through to adolescence.
As an official journal of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, ADC provides paediatricians with the most recent, relevant and original research reports. Edition Notes Includes bibliographies and index. Rev. of: Infectious diseases of children / Saul Krugman, Samuel L.
Katz. 7th ed. Pages: When children and teens are together in group settings such as schools, child care facilities, camps, and sporting activities, some disease-causing germs are easily spread among them.
Communicable diseases are those diseases caused by bacteria, viruses, parasites, and protozoa that are passed from one person to another.
Children with Chronic Conditions. What is a chronic condition. All children will likely have many different health problems during infancy and childhood, but for most children these problems are mild, they come and go, and they do not interfere with their daily life and development.
For some children, however, chronic health conditions affect everyday life throughout childhood. Children who have congenital heart disease, genetic conditions or conditions affecting the nervous system or metabolism are also at higher risk of serious illness with COVID Research also suggests disproportionately higher rates of COVID in Hispanic and non-Hispanic Black children than in non-Hispanic white children.
Dr. Ralph D. Feigin, a former president of the Baylor College of Medicine who edited an authoritative textbook on infectious diseases in children, died on Aug. 14 in Houston. The Forgotten Story Vaccine-Preventable Disease: The Forgotten Story was written by our vaccine experts as a resource for the public to provide information and awareness about the increasingly complex issue of vaccination.
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Diseases of children; a practical treatise on diagnosis and treatment for the use of students and practitioners of medicine. THE VITAMIN CURE FOR EYE DISEASES. Neurophysiologist Robert G. Smith, PhD, explains how vitamins and other nutrients can often prevent and sometimes treat glaucoma, retinal detachment, macular degeneration, retinitis pigmentosa, degeneration of retinal ganglion cells, diabetic retinopathy, and other diseases of the eye.
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For children ≥6 months of age, testing can be done for diphtheria (IgG), tetanus (IgG), hepatitis B (as outlined above), and Hib. For children ≥12 months of age, testing can also be done for measles, mumps, rubella, hepatitis A, and varicella. Since Aprila bivalent polio vaccine has been used in many resource-poor countries.
Experts estimate the disease affects 1 in in this population, with up to 1 in 10 being carriers who do not have the disease but can pass the Gaucher gene to their children.
Learn more about Gaucher disease inheritance and genetics. Your Child’s First Infusion: What to Expect. Enzyme replacement therapy (ERT) is the standard treatment for.A-Z list of blue book diseases with descriptions, notification requirements, school exclusions and management guidelines.
Erythema infectiosum, or slapped check disease, is a mild disease that is common in children. Outbreaks are in the winter and spring Food or water-borne illness.Diarrheal diseases remain a leading cause of preventable death, especially among children under five in developing countries.
This chapter reviews and prioritizes a number of available interventions. The normal intestinal tract regulates the absorption and secretion of electrolytes and water to meet the body's physiological needs.