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lunes, 4 de enero de 2021

Oral breathing: new early treatment protocol

Pediatric Dentistry

Mouth breathing is multifactorial, and its consequences are short and long term, and it is evident in the oral cavity and in general health. Early evaluation and treatment by the pediatric dentistry and pediatrician is necessary.

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The mouth breather is affected cognitively, psychologically and physically. A characteristic sign of the oral respirator is the "adenoid face", which is why most parents attend specialists.

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We share an excellent article that tells us about oral respirators, and the importance of early multidisciplinary treatment (pediatrics - dentistry).

Pediatric Dentistry


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Denotti, G., Ventura, S., Arena, O., & Fortini, A. (2014). Oral breathing: new early treatment protocol. Journal of Pediatric and Neonatal Individualized Medicine (JPNIM), 3(1), e030108. https://doi.org/10.7363/030108

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miércoles, 2 de diciembre de 2020

Pediatric Facial Swelling - A Guide to Radiologic Diagnosis

Pediatrics

Facial swelling is a common clinical problem in the pediatric population. The origins of facial swelling can vary from congenital to acquired conditions such as infection / inflammatory, benign or malignant conditions involving the soft tissue and/or bone.

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Clinical history and physical manifestations are the most important factors in the evaluation of facial swelling and deciding whether imaging is indicated.

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Recent advances in imaging have led to the increasing use of CT and MRI for evaluation of the underlying causes of facial swelling and the extent of disease, leading to more effective treatment.

Bad Breath


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jueves, 7 de mayo de 2020

How to Protect Your Newborn Against COVID-19

COVID19

Parents of newborns are as happy as they are worried about the pandemic that plagues the world. The possibility of contagion from Covid 19 is high if precautions are not taken both on the street and at home.

The presence of the Covid 19 requires having hygiene habits that perhaps we did not practice before. It is known that children are not exempt from being infected, and if they are infected they present mild symptoms, so all necessary measures must be taken.

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Let's know some recommendations for the care and attention of newborns and answer the question: How can I prevent my newborn from getting sick? We share with you. a didactic video that answers various questions.

Coronavirus


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miércoles, 29 de abril de 2020

VIDEO: Airway Management of the Pediatric COVID 19 Patient

Coronavirus

The use of artificial respiration equipment is for patients who are in a serious state of the disease and cannot breathe on their own. They are equipment considered of vital importance in emergency units.

Children can also be victims of this virus, although their symptoms appear to be milder. But that doesn't mean they may need artificial respiration equipment.


These kits are considered essential to treat the disease and thus ensure the life of the patient with Coronavirus. See with us a detailed explanation of the importance and the management of an artificial respiration equipment for children.

COVID-19


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miércoles, 22 de abril de 2020

COVID 19: Children with asthma are at risk?

COVID19

The presence of the Covid 19 unleashed a series of doubts about who are the most vulnerable patients to the disease. Being a new disease we have been discovering its characteristics day by day.


Protective measures are necessary and vitally important to avoid contagion even more when we have vulnerable family members and children. Dr. Amy Fan answers the questions about Covid19, some as important as: Who is at risk? and what protection should children with asthma have?

Covid19


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