Cycle: toilet – basin – bed, and in a new way. What to do if the child is often poisoned? Children have insufficiently strong immunity, few useful intestinal bacteria, and digestion is not established. Therefore, food poisoning in children happens more often than in adults. If the problem arises all the time, this may be the reason.
What could a child poison
Any product can cause poisoning. 4 factors influencing this:
Expired. Ingredients spoiling: bacteria, microorganisms that leave traces of life develop. They are toxic.
Violation of storage conditions. The packaging indicates that the product should be stored at a temperature of 15 ° C, but less is shown on the thermometer or the product is not in the refrigerator, but in the middle of the room. Continue reading
Aneurysm is called a pathological protrusion or expansion of the wall of a blood vessel – an artery or vein – due to its weakening or thinning. The same term refers to a change in the chamber of the heart. There are aneurysms of the brain, aorta, heart, peripheral vessels.
The structure of the aneurysm can be:
saccular – is a bag filled with blood; Continue reading
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, he eats normally. But the cases are different. When a child has stomatitis, treatment can be organized at home. But you need to consult a specialist. The doctor will examine the oral cavity of the small patient and determine the type of inflammation. The disease has 7 varieties. Therefore, stomatitis in a child will require an individual treatment. The cure plan may vary depending on the cause of the disease. Stomatitis is most often found in childhood. The causes of inflammation are not fully understood. It is believed that this is due to the reaction of human immunity to unidentified molecules. If the body cannot recognize them, it gives such a reaction. There are many white blood cells that must cope with “strangers.” They accumulate in certain areas, and parents observe white sores in the baby’s mouth. Continue reading