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Neonatal medicine, especially for sick or pregnant newborns, is the specialty of pediatrics known as neonatology. It is a hospital specialization that is frequently performed in NICUs (neonatal intensive care units). Neonatal medicine is a field that changes quickly, therefore doctors must stay up to date.

• Obstetric anomalies

• Ultrasound fetal imaging

• Obstetrical Complications

• Sampling of chorionic villus

• Non-Stress Test & Amniocentesis


An expert paediatric surgeon oversees procedures on newborns, children, and teenagers. Our services cover the treatment of birth malformations, defects in children who have endured trauma, trauma scenarios, and more. A team of pediatric and new-born surgeons who have years of experience providing comprehensive care to infants through teenagers assist us at Medical over Hospitals.


• Early methods for treating heart abnormalities


• Surgery to reduce lung volume


• Current beating-heart procedures


• Less intrusive medical procedures


• Cardiac surgery risks



Pediatricians should advise mothers to breastfeed their children exclusively or completely for the first six postpartum months instead of using formula, and then to introduce adequate, secure, and complementary foods as soon as possible in conjunction with continued breastfeeding as the best possible nutrition for the first postpartum year.



A few of the disorders that paediatric nephrologists diagnose, treat, and manage include kidney failure, high blood pressure, genetic kidney diseases, kidney stones, urinary tract infections, and anomalies in the urine, such as blood and protein. A physician who specializes in treating children with genital or urinary problems is known as a paediatric urologist. They can also take care of problems that develop in an infant's, child's, or adolescent's kidneys, bladder, urethra (the tube that permits you to urinate), and genital system. The urinary system, which includes both internal and external reproductive organs, aids in the removal of waste and poisons from the body through urination.




  • Hernia


  • Spinal Bifida


  • Hypospadias


  • Hydronephrosis


  • Nocturnal Enuresis


  • Neurogenic Bladder


  • Undescended Testes


  • Vesicoureteral Reflux


  • Antenatal Hydronephrosis


  • Ureter pelvic Junction Obstruction



Pediatric dermatologists are experts at identifying children's skin disorders and treating them, including the proper drug dosage. If your pediatrician suggests that your child see a dermatologist, you can be sure that they will provide the best care possible.




  • Genodermatosis


  • Neonatal dermatomes


  • Neurocutaneous disorders


  • Congenital malformations of skin


  • Dermatomes: Metabolic, nutritional


  • Childhood Infections: Viral, bacterial, fungal


  • Other miscellaneous conditions



kid or kid obesity is a developing global issue that has to be addressed due to the burden it creates on the child and adult health care systems (1). It makes sense to identify smoking, consuming a diet high in fat and sugar, and not working out as the main contributors to obesity in both children and adults. Childhood obesity has an effect on every organ in the body, and the number of young children who have diabetes is on the rise. Childhood obesity raises the risk of a multitude of illnesses, such as diabetes, heart disease, stroke, several cancers, social problems, and depression in adolescents. (2). A BMI of 85% to 95% is considered obese, and a BMI of 95% is considered extremely obese. Growth charts can be used to monitor growth over time. These charts are segmented by percentile curves to display the distribution of body measurements. Growth charts are available from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which can be used to keep track of obesity.



A paediatric emergency physician is an expert in treating very ill or wounded children and teenagers. A paediatric emergency physician has the training necessary to treat a variety of diseases that necessitate prompt medical attention. These problems are frequently serious, sometimes fatal.




  • Asthma


  • Pneumonia


  • Near drowning


  • Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA)



If your child has problems with development, puberty, diabetes, or other hormonal and glandular problems, an endocrinologist can help. Chemical hormones have an impact on additional organ processes. For instance, a baby's growth and development are governed by hormones. Endocrine glands, including the pituitary gland, release hormones into the bloodstream. Endocrinology is the scientific discipline that focuses on these glands and the effects of hormones. Endocrinologists who treat children frequently deal with problems that are very different from those that endocrinologists who treat adults typically face. Specialized training is essential for working in environments that support child development and growth. Hormonal problems could last a lifetime. Endocrinologists claim that children and teenagers are affected by hormonal problems at every stage of development.



After completing his initial study in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, the gynaecologist and pediatrician is a licensed physician who continues to receive education. The pediatric and adolescent gynaecologist primarily treats children, teenagers, and young women who have issues with gynaecological surgery. Gynaecologic problems can range from random puberty problems to newborn ovarian cysts. Children, adolescents, and adults with reproductive organ problems can get medical and surgical care.Complications of ERCP




  • Liver Transplant Programs


  • Sphincter of Odd Dysfunction


  • Malignant Hilary Biliary Obstruction


  • Endoscopic Therapy of Pancreatic Diseases



Even though some disorders observed in pediatric medicine are comparable to those in adults in some respects, many of these cases solely affect kids. Since the organs expand in stages and according to growth patterns, particular attention should be paid to the dynamics of the developing body, from premature babies to teenagers. The Children's Hospital, which is equipped with all the tools necessary to treat kids and their particular illnesses, must give this special thought and treatment.

 




  • Unusual presentations of a disease


  • Unique or rare features of a disease


  • Therapeutic approach in childhood


  • Latest variations in disease processes


  • Management of new and emerging diseases


  • Pathogenesis of a disease or an adverse effect


  • Unusual side effects or adverse interactions with medications



If your child needs substantial surgical or medical care for illnesses or problems involving the ear, nose, or throat, a paediatric otolaryngologist is qualified to provide that care. Many general otolaryngologists operate on children. However, several areas of the country offer more accessible specialized paediatric otolaryngology care.




  • Adenoidectomy


  • Caustic ingestion


  • Cricotracheal resection


  • Dec annulation


  • Laryngomalacia


  • Laryngotracheal reconstruction


  • Myringotomy and tubes


  • Childhood Sleep disorders - Alpena


  • Tonsillectomy



Primary health care for children includes, among other things, first-line communication care and systematic management of health issues involving numerous professional services. Additionally, it entails giving medical care and other necessary services, keeping track of children's physical and mental growth and development, age-appropriate evaluations, the diagnosis and treatment of serious and chronic illnesses, the management of serious and life-threatening illnesses, and, when necessary, the transmission of more complex conditions. Children and adolescents receive family-centered, neighborhood-based primary care that considers their needs, risk factors, and social sensitivity in clinical practice and care delivery strategies. In a "medical home," where complete, continuing, and affordable therapy is provided or supervised by a qualified professional, it is preferable to provide primary pediatric healthcare.



A specialty of obstetrics that tackles with issues that are more likely than not to be fatal or maternal. Perinatology, which starts between 20 and 28 weeks of gestation and lasts for one to four weeks after birth, can be seen of as a preventative and fatal specialty. Children are a focus of the field of neonatal medicine. For a high-risk pregnancy, a perinatologist can give prenatal care, and a neonatologist can provide postpartum care.




  • Perinatal Medicine


  • Ultrasound Fetoscopy


  • Pregnancy Complications


  • Chorionic Villus Sampling



A style of child health care known as social paediatrics places the kid, their disease, and their health in the context of their community, environment, school, and family. The glossary simplifies vocabulary used to describe various facets of the practice of isolating or treating ill children while clarifying important social concepts for kids. The writers, who are all members of the European Society for Social Paediatrics, reached an agreement after a process of consultation to create the glossary. To offer a national viewpoint, child welfare doctors from outside of Europe are also featured.



Therapeutic and rehabilitative medicine (PM & R), also referred to as physiatrist or rehabilitation medicine, aims to improve and restore function and quality of life for people with physical or mental diseases that affect the brain, spinal cord, nerves, bones, joints, muscles, tendons, and muscles. Through physical therapy and rehabilitation, people who have suffered physiological losses due to illnesses or injuries can regain them. The expression is widely used to describe all medical professionals, not just doctors.




  • Cerebral palsy & Spinal Bifida


  • Neuromuscular disorders & acquired brain injuries


  • Limb deficiencies & gait abnormalities


  • Musculoskeletal conditions


  • Brachial plexus palsy



The worst kind of childhood trauma that a child watches or experiences may qualify as child abuse. Many of the experiences kids have may be upsetting. This could manifest as aggression in intimate relationships, neglect, or harassment. This is what we call trauma in humans. Children can also experience traumatic events. Accidents, natural disasters, combat and war, medical procedures, or the untimely death of a parent or caregiver are a few of these.




  • Psychological abuse& child neglect


  • Adverse childhood experiences study


  • Disclosure and diagnosis


  • Prevention & treatment



Pediatric gastroenterologists are medical specialists who concentrate on issues relating to children's digestion, nutrition, and livers. Patients under the age of 18 are cared for from infancy on. If your child is having problems with their liver, digestion, or nutrition, schedule a visit with their pediatrician. The majority of children who see a pediatric gastroenterologist do so on their pediatrician's advice.




  • Complications of ERCP


  • Liver Transplant Programs


  • Sphincter of Odd Dysfunction


  • Malignant Hilary Biliary Obstruction


  • Endoscopic Therapy of Pancreatic Diseases



Specialists look after children from infancy to puberty. They prefer to put the care of seriously ill children at the forefront of their medical practice. They have the extensive education and experience necessary to offer the specialized medical care that children in PICU require.




  • Asthma


  • Pneumonia


  • Near drowning


  • Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA



No parent wants to see their child go through difficulty. Any child can develop allergies, but those who have a history of allergy issues likely to experience them more frequently. Instead of attempting to completely control everything their child is exposed to or consumes, parents should focus on observing their child when they develop symptoms.



A child's quality of life will improve, the number of days they miss school will go down, and you won't have to take time out of work or vacation to take care of them. This is all thanks to early allergy detection. Take care of any issues your youngster may be having before calling a veterinarian.




  • Symptoms of allergies in children


  • Skin or chest rash (atopic dermatitis or eczema)


  • Difficulty breathing (asthma)


  • Sneezing, coughing, bending nose or itchy eyes


  • Stomach upset



Pediatric Radiology students are kept up to date on all new discoveries and advancements in pediatric research and related fields. This is achieved by merging primary research papers with summaries of the state of knowledge on a particular topic. Modifications to general tactics, the introduction of tools and methods, technological developments, and methodology are all included in the content.



Specialists in pediatric infectious diseases treat a variety of immunological and infectious conditions, including those brought on by bacteria, viruses, fungi, and insects. Specialists in infectious diseases may receive treatment for a number of unusual or difficult-to-treat disorders.




  • Grinding


  • Bad Breath


  • Tooth Decay


  • Gum Disease


  • Canker Sores


  • Wisdom Teeth


  • Sensitive Teeth


  • Thumb-sucking


  • Orthodontic Problems


  • Over-Retained Primary Teeth



Pediatric dentists have been dedicated to children's dental health from infancy to puberty. They are trained and equipped to take care of a baby's mouth, teeth, and gums throughout all stages of life. Baby teeth begin to erupt within the first six months of life. Children begin to lose their primary teeth by the time they are 6 or 7 years old, and secondary, permanent teeth eventually take their place. Children who don't receive the most basic dental care may grow up with diseases and decay that could cause them pain and problems for the rest of their life. Today, children are affected by childhood tooth decay, an infectious illness, five and seven times more commonly than by asthma and hay fever combined.



If your child has an eye issue, is having trouble with a vision screening exam, is having trouble reading or learning, or needs surgery or medicinal therapy for an eye condition, a paediatric ophthalmologist has the training and credentials to treat them.



Your baby can be treated by a paediatric pulmonologist if he or she has breathing or lung issues because they are trained and knowledgeable to do so. Children with respiratory and pulmonary diseases are diagnosed, treated, and cared for by pediatric pulmonologists from birth until age 21.




  • Technology-dependent children


  • Pulmonary function testing


  • Excessive build-up of mucus in the lungs


  • Fibre-optic scope



Your child will probably be treated by a Pediatric Oncologist if they are given a cancer diagnosis. Research and treatment for childhood cancer. The bulk of childhood cancers are different from adult cancers. Pediatric oncology is focused on treating cancer in kids, teens, and young adults. Doctors who specialize in treating children with cancer have undergone specialized training in caring for them and assuring their comfort during treatment.




  • Sarcoma & Lymphoma


  • Neuroblastoma & Histolytic disorders


  • Hemophilia and other bleeding disorders


  • Aplastic anemia/bone marrow failure


  • Immune thrombocytopenia & Hemolytic anemia