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What Is Pediatrics?

Paediatrics is a branch of medicine that is concerned with the medical treatment of infants, children and adolescents. The literal meaning of the word paediatrics means "healer of children".

Who Is A Pediatrician?

A Pediatrician is a doctor specialised in the healthcare of children, including physical, behaviour, and mental health issues. They diagnose and treat children's health problems, whether minor health issue or serious diseases. Paediatricians are skilled and trained, to take care of children’s health as well as handling them.

Treatment Methods

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When To Consult A Paediatrician?

Consulting a paediatrician for the health assurance of a baby immediately after birth is quite common. Also, consultation from a pediatrician becomes necessary if the guardian wants proper care and treatment of the child for the following cases: Asthma Allergies Poor Development Abnormal behaviour patterns Growth delay Autism Sleep disorders Epilepsy Bowlegs Constipation

Why Do You Need A Pediatrician?

Family doctors can also treat the kids as they are aware of medical history, genetic problems of the family but consulting a paediatrician is advisable in certain situations due to the following reasons. They have special training in children's health. They only see children in their practice, so they have a lot of experience in recognizing and treating childhood illnesses. If your child was born early or has a health condition that needs close monitoring, a paediatrician may offer more specialized care.

What Do Our Paediatricians Treat?

Paediatricians at DocsApp are trained to assist the patient’s family on major health issues. They can understand the cause of illness and relate them to the medical history of the patient if any. They treat kids with disorders like epilepsy, jaundice, fever, vomiting etc.

Epilepsy -

Epilepsy also referred to as seizures. They sometimes affect the brain and nervous system of a child and may lead to neurological disorders. According to research, 0.5% of kids and adolescents suffer from epilepsy. This disorder is not limited to any age or gender and can start at childhood as well. Children may undergo such attacks if there existed an injury in the brain. This injury may be due to an infection, accident or even while being in the mother's womb.

Jaundice -

Jaundice refers to a condition related to the liver, which causes yellowing of the skin, eyes and nails. Jaundice, if occurring in children can be a serious medical condition. Jaundice is caused by hyperbilirubinemia, i.e zan excessof bilirubin in the blood . This substance is generated during the regular breakdown of red blood corpuscles. Unusual high level of bilirubin in the bloodcauses jaundice, and symptoms show in the Skin and eyes of the patient. There are mainly 3 types of Jaundice found in children, namely, obstructive jaundice, hepatocellular jaundice and hemolytic jaundice.

Vomiting -

Vomiting is caused by a variety of illnesses like food poisoning, gastritis, motion sickness etc. Vomiting in children can make them dehydrated very fast and so should be addressed immediately.

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Fever -

Fevers in kids can be caused by a wide variety of causes including infections, overdressing and vaccinations. Very high temperatures, like about 103F can lead to seizures in young children and so should be treated promptly.When thermostat raises the temperature of the body beyond the normal levels, a person suffers from fever. The thermostat is present in the hypothalamus of the brainThis thermostat is found in a part of the brain called the hypothalamus. In the case of Kids with temperature levels below 102°F, medicine is not needed unless the kids become unruly. However, if a newborn kid ha

Colic -

Infantile colic is a benign process in which an infant has episodesof inconsolable crying for more than three hours per day, more than three days per week, for longer than three weeks. It affects approximately 10% to 40% of infants worldwide and peaks at around six weeks of age, with symptoms resolving by three to six months of age. The incidence is equal between sexes, and there is no correlation with type of feeding (breast vs. bottle), gestational age, or socioeconomic status. The cause of infantile colic is not known; proposed causes include alterations in fecal microflora, intolerance to

Ear Infections / Ear Ache -

In kids, earache is quite common. he pain can be sharp or dull and can affect one or both ears. It is good to consult a paediatrician rather than waiting for it to disappear, as the child may not be able to bear the pain. The common causes of earache are ear infections, ear wax, jaw problems, throat infections and dental abscesses.

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