Archive for November, 2011
Give medication to a child is not something trivial. For various reasons, it can have serious consequences when its primary role is to heal. Especially within a year, two thirds of childhood poisonings are due to misuse of drugs. Doctissimo tells you how to avoid the accident. Read the rest of this entry »
The flu epidemic is here and like every year, it first attacks the weakest … If there is no silver bullet to escape, drugs used to overcome the most troublesome symptoms, especially fever. What to do with your child.
Chills, aches, throat catch, difficulty breathing … and a high fever, your child, like thousands of others could not escape the flu. How to relieve him? Read the rest of this entry »
Give that baby when the fever rises? To meet the parents confused by the sometimes divergent positions of physicians and reported by the media, the French Agency for Safety of Health Products (Afssaps) issued recommendations in early 2005. A first in France.
What is fever?
Baby fever children aspirin acetaminophen ibuprofen bath We speak of fever when the temperature exceeds 38 ° C. This is a natural phenomenon of fight against infections. Bacteria and viruses tend to grow less well when the temperature exceeds 37 ° C. Similarly, white blood cells, human body, are more effective in an environment close to 38 ° C. Read the rest of this entry »
Children are they forgotten the medication? Was the theme of a conference organized by the National Union of the pharmaceutical industry October 5, 2000. Unfortunately, we can only respond positively to this question. As inadequate packaging and medicines designed for adults are now the common lot of most young patients. Hence the hope of remedying this problem by establishing a European regulation encouraging industry to produce medicines for children. Read the rest of this entry »
The management of pain for children just beginning to enter the normal practice of medicine that until recently were regarded as little or not sensitive. Despite ongoing efforts, pediatricians require more time and personnel to be truly effective.
Children and infants feel pain, at least as much and perhaps more than adults, and should be relieved, even for small operations. Read the rest of this entry »
Longer a question of waiting a week longer, cut the hair of baby! Several solutions are available to you: take the scissors yourself, ask your hairdresser or seek a trade fair. Explanations and advice.
The day we realize that a baby really too mop provided, the questions fuse: how cut his hair without it moves too? Should I wait until he had a year? Are there any barbers for small? Instructions for a toddler wearing well.
The ideal age to cut his hair. Read the rest of this entry »
With the help of his senses (sight, the ear , the touch , the smell and taste ) that the child discovers the world and carries out basic skills that will enable it to develop.
From birth, the child already has a range of basic sensory abilities that will develop throughout childhood.
In the meantime, the exponential growth of his brain , his nervous system and its perceptual system will allow it to become fluent and more confident sense of its finest. Read the rest of this entry »
The first days
By the end of pregnancy, certain hormones promote breastfeeding. Breasts secrete colostrum. This first milk, orange yellow, is very valuable: it contains a large amount of vitamins, minerals and antibodies , which protect the infant against infections.
It is therefore important to take advantage of the first period of arousal of the newborn, usually within the first two hours, to put it in. Many babies take the breast properly or touch or lick that stimulate the production of milk by his mother. Some babies can be very tired after their arrival in the world and are not ready to drink. If so your little one, keep it in skin to skin to stimulate it and try later. Read the rest of this entry »
Long before he could speak, your baby is trying to communicate needs, desires and emotions using signals.
Babies learn to communicate in many ways before he could talk. Thus, a few months, your baby makes different types of crying , cooing to and facial expressions to see your reaction and that of those around him. He quickly learns to exploit the cries and movements that bring him the satisfaction he seeks.
Knowing that he is able to get what he wants to help gain a greater appreciation of him and fed his desire to go further, to discover things. When your baby makes sounds, repeat them after him and add some of your own.
Meet the needs of her child, this is not the spoil. The need for human contact is innate. Meeting the needs of your baby, you get to know him better and you give him the opportunity to know you better, and above all, you tell him he can count on you. Read the rest of this entry »