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Here is a comprehensive medical encyclopedia on the most important, dangerous and most famous diseases Study, information, presentation, treatment methods and advice. Quoting from well-known and accredited medical encyclopedias and websites. This encyclopedia is for children and includes the following polio scarlet fever nappy infection Child mental health asthma Newborn baby jaundice Sleep problems in children rickets in children (rickets) Sudden death syndrome in infants and children nocturnal enuresis Colic in a newborn baby Infectious diseases : Chickenpox or chickenpox Measles ruby Laryngitis Pneumonia beep crepe Meningitis nephritis Arthritis or rheumatism Appendicitis stomach pain Dyspepsia Allergies Headaches polio: Polio is a serious infection caused by a virus that affects young children and may sometimes affect adults and may lead to complete motor paralysis. There are two types of polio: spina bifida, bulbar palsy, and post-paralysis syndrome. There are three viruses that cause polio, and they are called type I, II and III. Symptoms of polio are like symptoms of many diseases, which are sore throat, fever and headache. There are two types of polio vaccine, both of which protect man - God willing - from the three polio diseases. the explanation : poliomyelitis Definition of: Polio is a serious infection caused by a virus that affects young children and may sometimes affect adults and may lead to complete motor paralysis. Most polio patients are not permanently paralyzed, because paralysis can occur in degrees and in several muscle groups. There are two types of polio: spina bifida, bulbar palsy, and post-paralysis syndrome. Spinal paralysis It is the most common type and this type occurs when paralysis viruses attack the nerve cells that control the muscles of the legs, arms, trunk, diaphragm, abdomen and pelvis. As for bulbar paralysis, it is one of the most dangerous types of polio, and it arises as a result of the laceration of nerve cells in the brain stem. Some of these nerves control the swallowing muscles and move the eyes, tongue, face and neck. The nerves that control breathing and fluid circulation in the body may also be affected. Etiology: There are three viruses that cause polio, and they are called type I, II and III. Where it attacks living cells, the infection is transmitted through the nose and mouth and reaches the intestines, and moves with the blood to the brain through nerve fibers, or the blood transfers it to the central nervous system. Then it enters the nerve cell and multiplies rapidly until the cell is destroyed or dies, and paralysis arises when several cells are destroyed. Symptoms: Symptoms of polio are like the symptoms of many diseases, which are sore throat, fever, headache and vomiting. These symptoms may be so mild that it is difficult for the doctor to diagnose the disease as polio. As for severe infections, they have the same symptoms as the previous ones, but they do not disappear. Muscles are weak and movement difficult, and pain may occur in both the back and legs, especially if these organs become tight or stretched, and a person may be unable to stand or walk if paralysis is able to. Treatment Means: Prevention is better than cure, there are two types of polio vaccine, both of which protect man - God willing - from the three polio diseases. The vaccine is given in typical doses Four doses, the first dose is given at the end of the third month of life, the second at the end of the fourth month, and the third at the end of the fifth month, and the fourth dose And the last, a booster dose, is given at the end of the eighteenth month. Scientists have not yet discovered an effective drug that can kill the paralysis virus or control its spread. It is comfort Full is the most important treatment for this disease. Doctors use hot, wet bandanas to relieve the pain, and if the fever goes away, physiotherapists help the patient move limbs to prevent deformities and painful stiffness in the muscles. Focused exercises help to strengthen the muscles and retrain them later. Patients may even be able to Those who are severely paralyzed cannot move enough to perform several activities. Some of them may need splints, ligaments or crutches to help them move. has been used Doctors use a robotic device, such as a respirator, to help patients breathe when they are paralyzed Scarlet fever: Scarlet fever is an infectious disease that mainly affects children. It gets its name from the brightening rash that develops during illness. Scarlet fever is caused by infection with a certain type of bacteria called group A hemolytic streptococcus. The infection is either directly or indirectly. One to two days after the onset of the disease, the characteristic scarlet rash of the disease appears in the form of small dots like the head of a pin, their color is bright red (crimson). It is recommended to make sure that the streptococcus microbe completely disappears in the patient after taking the necessary treatment through laboratory detection of a smear from his throat. the explanation : scarlet fever Definition of: Scarlet fever is an infectious disease that mainly affects children. It got its name from the bright rash that grows during illness. The disease was dangerous and prevalent at one time, and since the fifties of the twentieth century AD, it became less common in many countries. the reasons: Scarlet fever is caused by infection with a certain type of bacteria called Streptococcus Haemolyticus Group A. Methods of transmission of infection: 1. Direct infection: By droplets of saliva flowing from the nose and throat of an infected child when coughing. 2. Indirect infection: through the sick child’s tools contaminated with the disease microbe, such as towels, handkerchiefs and toys. 3. Carrier: A person who appears to be healthy, but carries the disease microbe inside him. 4. Milk: Infection may be transmitted through food, water, or milk contaminated with the streptococcus microbe. Milkers carrying the microbe play a dangerous role in the infection by contaminating milk during the milking process.

In this case, the disease is spreading epidemically. Symptoms: 1. Infection phase: After an incubation period of 2-5 days, the disease suddenly begins with a high temperature of the child, headache, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, with sore throat and difficulty swallowing. Some cramps may occur, especially with a high temperature, which may reach 40 degrees Celsius. The tonsils become inflamed and a grayish membrane appears on them that is easy to remove (a membrane like this is formed in diphtheria, but it cannot be removed easily and if it is removed, it bleeds). As swells lymph nodes in the neck. 2. The rash phase: One to two days after the onset of the disease, the characteristic scarlet rash appears in the form of small dots like the head of a pin, the color of which is red (crimson), appears first on the neck and back, then extends to the abdomen, under the armpits, groin and extremities, then gradually spreads until Covers the whole body at once except for the face, which appears very congested, especially at the cheeks and forehead, while the redness does not include the area around the mouth, and then this area appears as a white ring surrounding the child's mouth. The rash is characterized by its abundance at places of pressure on the body, such as behind the knees, under the armpits, at the elbow and the inguinal region. It is also distinguished by its disappearance when pressed with one of the fingers of the hands and becomes (bleached) for a period, except for the places of pressure. 3. Peeling and convalescence phase: After about a week, the rash begins to disappear, and the skin begins to peel first on the neck, then the back, abdomen, and finally the hands and feet (that is, in the same order of appearance of the rash), and then thin skin scales appear attached to the rest of the skin. 4. Changes in the tongue: One of the important signs that helps in diagnosing scarlet fever is that of a child’s tongue. At first, the tongue is covered with a white layer through which the red nipples of the tongue protrude, resembling a fruit (White Strawberry Tongue). Then this white layer falls off, leaving the tongue red with red nipples protruding, resembling a strawberry (Red Strawberry Tongue). Diagnosis: In addition to the aforementioned clinical symptoms, some laboratory tests are performed, including: 1. Making a special culture to isolate the streptococcus microbe after taking a sample from the throat of the infected child. 2. Elevated white blood cell count (above 15 thousand). 3. An important laboratory test called (Antistreptolysin Titre), where a high rate of streptococcal antimicrobials is noted (it reaches more than 150 units). Complications: There are complications that occur immediately, as a result of the spread of the streptococcus microbe from its location in the throat to the various parts of the body, whether locally or through the circulatory system.. The most important of these complications are: 1. Purulent otitis media. 2. Dermatitis. 3. Inflammation of the lymph nodes in the neck. 4. Sinusitis. 5. Arthritis. 6. Distraction of the diaphragm of the heart. 7. Bronchitis. 8. Meningitis..etc. There are other complications that come late (delayed), as they occur two or three weeks after the end of the disease, and are among the most dangerous complications of scarlet fever as a whole, and they are: First: Acute nephritis: It is a serious disease that occurs in about 1% of cases, and is characterized in its beginning by swelling of the area around the eyes, blood in the urine, and a change in the color of the urine to appear (smoky) with high blood pressure and high urea. Second: Rheumatic fever: It is also a dangerous disease, and affects about 5.2% of the total untreated cases, as the large joints appear swollen, red and painful when moving. It is worth noting that all these complications, whether they occur immediately or later, are rare, except in cases that have not been treated properly. Methods of prevention: 1. The necessity of following proper health rules, paying attention to the child's system and the cleanliness of his own tools. 2. Avoid contact with patients, and not use their tools or personal belongings. 3. Isolate the sick child from his siblings, with complete bed rest, and not expose him to air currents. 4. Allocating tools for each patient, especially towels and napkins, so that no one else can use them. 5. Boil the milk well before eating it, paying attention to the cleanliness of water and food. 6. Resist flying insects, especially flies. 7. There is no doubt that a clean, healthy home with proper and balanced food increases the body's immunity and helps it to resist diseases, God willing. 8. It is recommended to give the well-known antibiotic (penicillin) or (erythromycin) to those in contact with the infected child as a way of preventing the disease, especially if it is noticed that the severity of the disease may cause the aforementioned complications, by the doctor. 9. It is recommended to ensure that the patient has completely disappeared (the streptococcus microbe) after taking the necessary treatment through laboratory detection of a smear from his throat so as not to transmit the infection to others. 10. Attention to the comprehensive treatment of sore throats and acute and chronic tonsillitis, under the supervision of a specialist doctor.
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 1. The treatment of scarlet fever should be initiated as soon as it is diagnosed, under the supervision of a specialized doctor due to its seriousness and many complications. 2. Isolate the sick child for a month in a clean and well-ventilated room. 3. In the treatment of a sick child, complete rest is taken into account, especially if there is a severe rise in temperature. 4. The doctor gives the sick child the appropriate antibiotic for his condition, usually (penicillin) at a rate of one injection per day for ten consecutive days, followed by an injection long-acting penicillin) for three months. If the child is sensitive to penicillin, he will be given a drug (erythromycin) or what the attending physician indicates. These drugs are enough to eliminate the swine microbe and prevent complications, God willing. 5. The doctor also gives the sick child some auxiliary medicines to reduce the temperature and relieve pain in the throat and tonsils. 6. It is recommended to give the child light foods that are easy to digest and increase the amount of fluids. 7. Pay attention to the child's hygiene and skin, and use some soothing skin ointments. 8. The doctor

The therapist analyzes the child’s urine to discover whether or not albumin is present in the urine, in order to ensure his safety from acute kidney disease. 9. The initiative to treat the complications of the disease if they occur, God forbid. Paralysis of the respiratory muscles. Nappy infection: The word diaper rash is used to describe any skin irritation in the diaper area. Rubbing the skin with soap after each nappy change may damage the outer layer of the skin. It is recommended to apply a thin layer of cream or ointment (Vaseline) in order to protect the skin from moisture, and perfumed moisturizers should not be used. Some steps help to remove these infections ... Continue the article the explanation : nappy infection What is nappy infection? The word diaper dermatitis is used to describe any skin irritation in the diaper area, and there are several causes, including: Moisture and not changing the diaper frequently Urine and faeces (faeces) irritate the child's skin Using some types of soap Using skin antibiotics (especially those containing neomycin) or fungal and bacterial infections. In most cases, diaper inflammation appears without obvious causes, and it disappears without any treatment. How can diaper rash be prevented? Not rubbing the skin and excessive hygiene Rubbing the skin with soap after each nappy change may damage the outer layer of the skin. The situation worsens when the skin becomes irritated by moisture and the presence of urine, so we advise not to rub the skin, whether with soap or perfumed wipes, because this increases the severity of skin irritation, and a towel moistened with water to wipe the area may serve the desired purpose. Change the nappy every time you urinate or defecate, so the baby is dry. Moist skin can be easily irritated by urine or stool. Moisture and skin rubbing can weaken the outer layer of the skin and result in diaper rash. Avoid over drying the skin after each nappy change, but it is sufficient to wipe with a soft towel. And you should not use a hair dryer for drying, as it may lead to burns, God forbid. It is recommended to apply a thin layer of cream or ointment (Vaseline) in order to protect the skin from moisture, and perfumed moisturizers should not be used, or the use of powder, because it may irritate the child's skin. leave your child without a diaper whenever possible . It is better to ventilate the skin. This will Your child is happy because he is not tied down. When the child is small, he enjoys kicking while lying on a tarpaulin sheet and nappy under it. How to treat nappy rash: With all the care and effort of the parents, but the child can develop diaper infection, and if this happens, there are steps that can help remove these infections Such as: Make sure to change the nappy frequently after each urination or defecation. Closing the diaper tightly prevents the passage of air in the area, especially at night. Air entry can be increased by using a larger diaper and not closing it tightly. The rope can also be cut The elastic for the diaper to make it loose. Rub the area with a cream such as zinc oxide paste, which stays on the skin for a longer period than ointments, as it protects the skin layer from moisture and irritating substances in urine and feces. Your child. The skin should be cleaned using spilled water and lightly scrubbed to clean it, this is how the skin can be cleaned and the remnants of urine and feces can be removed, and the process can be made easier by placing it in a basin filled with water. If diaper inflammation persists or worsens after the previous observations, the pediatrician should be visited, as the reason may be the presence of a fungal or bacterial infection, which requires giving certain treatments for each of them. Talcum powder: Many use talcum powder by placing it on the diaper area, and we mention that using talcum powder continuously and with every diaper change is undesirable. If you use talcum powder, make sure to put the powder box out of the reach of the child to prevent any accident, because the powder may lead to respiratory suffocation. Shake it or place it near the child's face. These problems can be prevented by placing the powder on the hands, away from the child, and then placing it on the diaper area. Child mental health: The goal of the pediatric psychiatry specialization is to overcome psychological and organic problems and early intervention in order to limit the spread of the disease in adulthood. Factors affecting and leading to children's psychological disorder. the explanation : Child mental health The goal of the pediatric psychiatry specialization is to overcome psychological and organic problems and early intervention in order to limit the spread of the disease in adulthood. It was found through statistics in the eighteenth century AD that the chance of a child’s life in London is only about 50% after the fifth day of birth. Until recently, children in Europe were suffering from torture And murder, rape and homelessness due to the large number of illegitimate children. Children were used in work, with simple wages, for a long number of hours, and then thought began to specialize in child psychiatry. Pediatric mental illness: 1- Emotional disturbances, anxiety, shyness, tendency to cry and be sad. It may appear in the form of physical symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, sleep disturbance, appetite or obesity, and a child's decline in school performance. 2- Psychological depression, which may appear as a behavioral disorder. 3- Pathological fear. 4- Transformational disorders or what is known (hysteria). 5- Obsessive-compulsive disorder. 6- Mental disorders such as schizophrenia and mania. 7- Personal diseases, such as the avoidant personality and the oppositional personality, which is characterized by disobedience, rebellion, stubbornness and provoking others. 8- Conduct disorder as doing inappropriate behavior such as violating the rights of others, vandalism, arson, theft, running away from school, and using alcohol and drugs. 9- The emergence of some undesirable habits, such as finger-sucking, nail-biting, hair-pulling, and touching the genitals. 10- Sleep problems of all kinds. 11- Peeing

Nocturnal and nocturnal defecation. 12- Hyperactivity and distraction. 13- Speech disorders and stuttering. 14- There are many other diseases. The family is in trouble: It is not expected that a child will come to complain of psychological distress, so it is important for parents or teachers to note the following: 1- Developmental diseases often have organic causes, but the interaction with disability appears psychologically as a disorder of walking, speech and movement. 2- Emotional diseases, behavioral disorders, which are abnormal behaviors due to psychological pressures. 3- Psychophysiological diseases or what is known as physical disorders. As for the influencing and auxiliary factors for childhood disorders, they are multiple, including psychological and social factors, organic diseases and genetic factors. How do you deal with your child? Children need moderate love, the imposition of a firm and clear discipline for the child, and interest in finding role models that the child will understand. Lack of attention or violence from parents leads to Feeling disorders and then indifference to the feelings of others. It was found that theft and violence become the characteristics of these children when they grow up. When the mother insists on bringing her child to perfection in terms of behavior, appearance, cleanliness and intelligence, she will love him, but when her desire is not fulfilled, the mother’s actions She turns into a kind of estrangement, harshness and unjustified punishment to reach her ambitions. It has been known since ancient times that taking care of a child is formal without providing The love and affection required for this produce a child who is anxious, dependent and may have an oppositional behaviour. Factors affecting and leading to children's psychological disorder: 1- Psychological disorders in the parents, especially the mother, whether it is a mental or psychological illness or a personality disorder. 2- Great aspirations and hopes for the child, which makes the family in a tense situation. When the child fails, the parents feel inferior and tense. Parents may subject their child to Unbearable methods. 3- Expanding the family and interacting with the brothers. It was found that the presence of four children and more in one family may decrease the level of intelligence a little, reduce the level of performance in school and may lead to delinquency of children by double compared to the small family. It was also found that the large number of family members, the lack of parental care and the lack of space are among the factors that negatively affect the child health. 4- Violence towards children and what it leads to in terms of head and brain injuries, mental retardation, and disorders of the bonding relationship and behaviour. 5- The severity of a parent in childhood, especially the mother. 6- Divorce between parents, as it was found that 60% of divorced people in the United States have children under the age of 5 who suffer from psychological disorders. Asthma: Most cases of childhood asthma are seen in the first years of life and are sometimes called recurrent wheezing attacks. What happens in asthma is bouts of narrowing and irritation in the bronchi, accompanied by an inflammatory and immune event, which leads to the child feeling short of breath, coughing and an increase in bronchial secretions. Signs of an asthma attack. Treatment varies according to the severity of the disease and the frequency of attacks, and the cornerstone of treatment is preventive treatment the explanation : asthma One in ten children develops asthma during childhood. There is an increase in cases of asthma all over the world, but most cases of asthma in children heal with the age of the child What is asthma or bronchial allergy? Most cases of asthma in children are seen in the first years of life, and it is sometimes called recurrent wheezing attacks, which is the most accurate name for the condition. Asthma rarely persists with the child. when he grows up. What happens in asthma is bouts of narrowing and irritation in the bronchi, accompanied by an inflammatory and immune event, which leads to the child feeling short of breath, coughing and an increase in bronchial secretions. Why does asthma occur? Asthma occurs as a result of a personal predisposition to allergic reactions in the bronchi with a complex immune mechanism that leads to inflammation, stenosis and an increase in bronchial secretions, and this predisposition may be genetic. Factors that trigger an asthma attack in children: The most important of these factors is the normal cold that afflicts the child. The parents usually notice that the child suffers from coughing and chest wheezing after each case of cold that he goes through. The number of normal colds in the winter alone may reach five times sometimes, and this is normal and among other factors as well. Cigarette smoke, smoke and other types, cold air, polluted air, house dust, domestic animals such as cats, dogs, and birds, as well as pollen, mold and fungi that are seen on old wood are among the factors that provoke asthma attacks. How does asthma manifest: The narrowing and irritation of the bronchi leads to the child feeling shortness of breath and coughing, and sometimes rapid breathing and gasping, and the severity of the disease varies from one child to another. Therefore, some children with mild asthma have isolated attacks, some have seasonal attacks, and some have close and severe attacks. Max at home Symptoms of a mild asthma attack: Mild difficulty breathing Mild rapid breathing The child can speak normally A simple cough and a slight shortness of breath Baby's skin color remains natural The child remains conscious and active normally The child can be monitored and given bronchodilator medication. Signs of a moderate asthma attack: Moderate difficulty breathing Obvious rapid breathing The child finds it difficult to speak and only speaks short sentences Moderate cough and shortness of breath The child may turn pale The child remains conscious and able to carry out his normal activities to some extent Here you must start giving the child his bronchodilator medication and contact the doctor Signs of a severe asthma attack: Severe difficulty breathing Shortness of breath, coughing and rapid breathing to a severe degree Obvious difficulty in speaking, so the child pronounces only single words The baby's skin becomes pale or bluish in color The child becomes unconscious and appears exhausted and tends to sleep You must call the doctor immediately or visit the nearest ambulance department signs that indicate
However, the child's condition is getting worse. Increased coughing and gasping The child's condition does not improve despite being given his usual medication Signs that the disease is not under control in a child: -Visit the doctor at close intervals Admission of the child to hospital or intensive care Symptoms of the disease persist despite treatment, especially at night Asthma treatment: Treatment varies according to the severity of the disease and the frequency of attacks. The cornerstone of treatment is preventive treatment. Parents should avoid the factors that provoke asthma attacks. The cold can be avoided by keeping the child away from people with the cold and not spitting the child too much. Also, smoking at home or waterpipe should not be smoked even when the child is away from home. Avoiding house dust is one of the most difficult problems because of its presence everywhere, and the cause of allergy to house dust is the presence of mites in this dust and mites abound where humidity and warmth and mites are present in large numbers in bed, so coughing increases in asthma patients at night, as well as mites in blankets and pillows And carpets, sofas and inside cupboards, and to get rid of house dust mites, mattresses and blankets must be washed with hot water once a month. The child is humiliated once every fifteen days. Avoiding moisture helps reduce mites. There are dehumidifying devices especially for this purpose. Carpets and rugs must be washed with a substance called benzyl benzoate, where this substance is added to the washing water, and this substance kills mites. Books and magazines should not be left for a long time in The child’s room, because it is a suitable place for moths to breed. Also, the child should be kept away from irritating odors such as the smell of paint and cologne, and the child should be kept away from domestic animals and it is better not to have them in the house Some children develop asthma attacks when running, and these children should be left to play freely. It is useful to give them a drug that expands the bronchi before exercising. A small number of children pretend to have asthma as an allergy to food, the most famous of which is cow’s milk and nuts such as pistachios. The child with asthma should not be given the following medicines: Aspirin and Tamarin. Also, most joint medications and beta-blockers Asthma drug therapy: The most important medicine in the treatment of asthma is bronchodilators, and they are given in the form of a syrup, and it is better to be given in the form of a nebulizer or a nebulizer, and it is called a nebulizer. Cortisone is very useful in treating asthma, but it must be given wisely and under the supervision of a doctor exclusively, and it can be given in the form of a spray as well, which is preferred. There are some preventive medicines that must be taken for a long time. Newborn baby jaundice: A large proportion of newborns have yellowing of the skin and eyes, which is called jaundice, or yolk, or other names according to countries. Jaundice is an increase in the value of a substance in the baby's blood called bilirubin. And most cases of jaundice in a newborn baby called physiological jaundice. Jaundice occurs in some newborns as a result of several reasons, the most important of which is the immaturity of the liver in the child. Mild and moderate cases of jaundice go away on their own without treatment. Cases of severe jaundice need treatment in the hospital. the explanation : Newborn baby jaundice First of all, giving the child water, sugar, sugar serum, or placing the child under the light of a neon lamp does not help in removing the yellow color from the child. This is a wrong and dangerous practice because it gives the parents a false sense of security and that they treat the child while the bilirubin values ​​are rising and may harm the child. A large proportion of newborns have yellowing of the skin and eyes, which is called jaundice, or yolk, or other names according to countries. Jaundice usually appears on the second or third day after birth. As for jaundice that is noticed from the first moment of the birth of the child, it is a special pathological condition that does not apply to everything that will be mentioned on this page, and every jaundice observed from the first moment of birth calls for consulting the pediatrician directly without any delay because it may It hides behind important diseases. Most cases of jaundice in a newborn child are called physiological jaundice, and the word physiological means that it is normal jaundice and will go away on its own. What is jaundice: Jaundice is an increase in the value of a substance in the child’s blood called bilirubin, and bilirubin is naturally produced by the human body from the breakdown of red blood cells, then the liver picks up this substance and excretes it through the stool. on the child. Why does jaundice occur: Jaundice occurs in some newborns as a result of several reasons, the most important of which is the immaturity of the liver in the child so that the liver cannot get rid of the amount of bilirubin Excess blood also increases the production of bilirubin in this period of the child’s life and increases the absorption of bilirubin from the child’s intestines. High levels of bilirubin lead to the appearance of a yellow color in the skin and eyes, and the first thing that appears is yellow on the face of the child and then the appearance of the color goes down to the chest Then the belly and finally the feet. What is the danger of jaundice on a newborn baby: Most cases of jaundice in newborns are healthy cases and go away on their own, but sometimes if a severe rise in bilirubin values ​​occurs, jaundice can be very dangerous and lead to the accumulation of this substance in the child's brain and brain damage and the child's injury to a serious condition called kernicterus and may suffer as a result of retardation Mental and motor paralysis. When does jaundice become dangerous? The values ​​of bilirubin, at which jaundice becomes dangerous to the child, vary according to the weight and age of the child and the presence of a certain pathological condition he has. This. How do you know if your child is infected?

With jaundice: The color of a newborn child is usually dark red, and it is often difficult for parents to know the presence of a yellow color in the child's skin unless this color is severe and one of the things that facilitates Detecting the presence of jaundice is simple pressure on the child’s skin and noticing the change in the color of the child’s skin towards yellow and the best place for this is the child’s forehead or nose. The child’s color must be observed under normal sunlight or neon light because there are simple things that give a false impression that the child’s color is much yellow than it is In fact, therefore, the color of the child’s skin should not be observed under the color of a red light bulb, and the child should not be dressed in yellow clothes during the period of jaundice, because this suggests that the child’s color is excessively yellow. Treatment of jaundice in the newborn: Mild and moderate cases of jaundice go away on their own without treatment. Cases of severe jaundice need treatment in the hospital by using special neon lamps or exchanging the child’s blood. It must be emphasized here that the normal neon light at home is not useful in treatment, as well as giving water and sugar to the child or diabetes serum and other things that help speed The demise of jaundice is to confirm the frequent breastfeeding Special case : Very few cases of newborn jaundice need to stop breastfeeding for several days, and this is decided by the pediatrician only

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The most important and most common diseases that affect children
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