Good Nutrition is important for your child to grow appropriately and live a healthful life. We want our Children to be healthy, free from sickness and certainly, without any growth issues.
A poor diet can lead to energy imbalance and can increase the risk of becoming overweight or obese and also affects cognitive development and academic performance, Despite all the focus on kids, many parents are still confused. How much does your child need? Is he getting enough calcium? Enough Iron? Too much fat? So whether you have a toddler. Nutrition is important to his/her physical and mental development and expert advice say a child nutritionist to becoming necessity and need of an hour.
Paediatrics at Jaipur Health Care Hospital treat children with all types of nutritional disorders that affect the gastrointestinal (GI) system. Some Nutritional Disorders:
Disorders of Amino Acid Absorption
Disorders of Fat Digestion
Disorders of Metal Absorption
Disorders of Protein Digestion
Disorders of Vitamin Absorption
Iron Deficiency Anemia
As the parent of a premature baby, over the coming days, weeks and possibly months you are likely to spend a lot of time in the baby unit (also called the neonatal unit).
Every neonatal unit has its own set routine. Parents are usually allowed to visit their babies almost 24 hours a day, although there may be short periods when you are asked to leave - for example, during shift handover times.
The babies in these units are very vulnerable to infection, so you will be asked to wash your hands every time you enter the unit, and if you have a cough or cold you will be asked not to come in.
Incubator: A see-through box on wheels which keeps your baby warm. It may be open, with an overhead heater or heated mattress, or closed, with a lid, to keep the air around your baby warm and humid.
Overhead heater: A heater for an open incubator to make sure your baby's temperature is correct.
Monitors: These check your baby's breathing rate, heart rate, blood pressure, temperature, and the amount of oxygen, carbon dioxide and acidity in his blood. They also alert staff if your baby has apnoea, in which the baby stops breathing for more than 10-20 seconds. This is quite common in premature babies.
Ambient oxygen analyser: This small appliance sits inside the incubator to make sure there is enough oxygen in the air.
Intravenous (IV) drip: Your baby can receive fluids, nutrients and medication through this narrow tube and needle. If your baby needs a drip for a long time, the team might insert a catheter (also called a PICC line or long line), which doesn't need to be changed so often.
Feeding pump and tubes: Flexible plastic tubes through which nutrients are passed. They might have one, or all, of the following: a nasogastric tube which goes through your baby's nose, an orogastic tube through their mouth and into their stomach, and a transpyloric tube which goes directly to thier gut.
Power supply: The point from where the power comes to power the other machines. All hospitals have back-up power in case of a power cut.
Ventilator monitor: A monitor on which all the ventilator settings are displayed.
Ventilator: Some babies will be put on a ventilator - a machine that blows air and oxygen through a tube into their nose or throat and into the lungs. A positive pressure ventilator delivers the air mixture in 'breaths' while an oscillatory or high-frequency ventilator delivers it through tiny vibrations.
The Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is a multidisciplinary unit that provides care for infants, children and adolescents who become critically ill or injured.
The many physicians, nurses and allied medical care professionals who work in the PICU have the knowledge, skill and judgment to quickly assess and treat your child so he can achieve the best outcomes possible from critical illness or injury.
Equipped with advanced technology, our multidisciplinary team improves survival, speeds recovery, minimizes disability and relieves pain and suffering in a caring and respectful manner.
Conditions that commonly cause critical illness and injury include:
Admissions to the PICU are regulated by the medical director of the PICU, or the staff critical care physician on duty. Patients may be admitted to the PICU with:
A critical care physician as the child's attending physician. Any CHOP staff pediatrician or surgeon, who will treat the patient in conjunction with a critical care physician
A critical care physician is available 24 hours a day for consultation on the care of critically ill children. If referral to the PICU is appropriate for your child, the critical care staff will make arrangements to transport your child to the PICU.
The Child Psychology Service offers the very highest quality service and outcomes to children and families through the Midlands. We pride ourselves on the effectiveness of our work and our commitment to clients, all of our work is evaluated and we do not finish our work until we have reached a satisfactory outcome.
We provide Meal Plan for Toddler, Handle all Diseases due to Nutrition Problems like Anemia, Diarrhea
Vaccines are products that protect people against serious and potentially deadly diseases. Vaccination is the act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease.
Immunization is the process whereby a person is made immune or resistant to an infectious disease.
We specialize in treatment of allergy, asthma, and sinus disease. We Provide High-Quality, Comprehensive Pediatric Primary Care For Children Of All Ages including newborns, children, adolescents and young adults. Your child will need many different immunizations as he or she grows in order to stay well. Our nurses will help you stay on track with your child’s vaccination schedule.
Neurological disorders are diseases of the brain, spine and the nerves that connect them. There are more than 600 diseases of the nervous system. The neurologist treats disorders that affect the brain, spinal cord, and nerves, such as:
Cerebrovascular disease, such as stroke.
Demyelinating diseases of the central nervous system, such as multiple sclerosis.
Infections of the brain and peripheral nervous system.
Inpatient care refers to medical treatment that is provided in a hospital or other facility and requires at least one overnight stay.
Hospital wards: Patients are assigned a ward or a room based on the type of care they need and the availability of the bed.
Hospital Team: When admitted to the hospital, patient care is provided by a team of health care professionals trained to meet patient's specific medical needs.