Laryngitis in a child: treatment. Parent Guide
Laryngitis in a child requires compulsory treatment. This is not an ARVI, which passes by itself. Laryngitis is an inflammation of the mucous membranes of the larynx that usually occurs…

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What causes the wrong ECG result?
An electrocardiogram, or ECG, is a simple test that doctors use to measure the electrical activity of the heart. This helps them identify underlying heart diseases. Sometimes non-standard ECG results…

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The cough in the child does not pass after SARS. We are looking for solutions
SARS is gone, but a child’s cough does not go away - a common occurrence. It should be borne in mind that with acute respiratory viral infections, chronic diseases can…

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Mononucleosis in a child: symptoms and treatment

Hello readers of the magazine. I am a pediatrician Evgeny Kovalenko. In this article I want to talk about an insidious disease – mononucleosis in a child. Its symptoms are similar to a number of other ailments. Over time, this diagnosis in society began to grow into myths that misinform or frighten parents. I propose to deal with the topic of mononucleosis in a child. Let’s start with the main thing – most often the culprit is the Epstein-Barr virus. How does he appear in a patient?

Symptoms of mononucleosis in a child
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During the examination of the child, I see the following symptoms: Continue reading

Allergic conjunctivitis in a child: symptoms and treatment

Greetings to readers of Imom.me. I am Olesya Ivanova, candidate of medical sciences, allergist-immunologist. In this article I want to talk about a common problem not only in the spring. We will talk about allergic conjunctivitis in a child. This knowledge is useful not only for children, but also for adults. Noticed eye problems in the baby, and are lost in conjecture, what could it be? Now, mom will know not only the symptoms of allergic conjunctivitis in the child, but also the treatment methods. Continue reading

Roseola in children: what is the “sixth disease”

Roseola in children is an acute disease that infants are susceptible to. Normally, it passes on its own in 6 days, hence the name “sixth disease”. Roseola or sudden exanthema is one of the most mysterious childhood diseases on the planet. A few decades ago, its symptoms were attributed to other diseases. It was possible to study it in detail only in the 20th century. Until now, neither scientists nor doctors have been able to prove the role of any of the pathogens. However, it is known that most cases of roseola in children are a primary infection caused by herpes virus types 6 and 7. It usually develops at an early age. This is due to the fact that up to 12 months of life, antibodies to this virus have 60-90% of children, and by 3-5 years – already 100%. Continue reading

Dental caries in children: causes, stages and treatment
Caries is a tooth damage that can occur with a child even at the time of teething. As practice shows, up to seven years this dental disease is detected in…

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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…

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Chickenpox in a child
Gradually, the child’s social circle expands and chickenpox can visit the child. An acute viral disease is transmitted by airborne droplets. It is very difficult to get infected through objects,…

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Acupuncture
Acupuncture, or acapuncture, is an ancient method of treatment, based on the impact of needles on the so-called biologically active points of the body. It is also called reflexology, acupuncture.…

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