Archive for the ‘kids disease’ Category
Otitis media is a term that encompasses all with inflammatory or infectious ear. The most common is otitis media affects the middle ear (cavity located behind the eardrum). This cavity is connected to the throat and nasal passages by a tube called the Eustachian tube is led by the infection or inflammation dates back to the middle ear, often follows a cold. Read the rest of this entry »
Whooping cough is an infectious disease of the airways caused by a bacterium, Bordetella pertussis. It really is not so much the bacillus to cause symptoms, but rather its toxin that causes injury to the lining of the bronchi and bronchioles leading to bronchospasm. Read the rest of this entry »
It is a disease very contagious , it spreads through the air in a closed environment even at a considerable distance. Following a ‘ incubation of 2-3 weeks, the disease begins without symptoms particularly egregious, a slight increase in febrile (38 ° C) is followed by first rash beginning on the face, the hair, and then gradually the rest of the body (chest, genitals and to a lesser extent on the arms and legs). Read the rest of this entry »
Definition: Diseases of viral origin. (Paramyxovirus) This is a notifiable disease, it causes a high mortality rate in underdeveloped countries, this lack of treatments and vaccines. Method and time of transmission: direct contact (respiratory secretions) or sometimes indirect (object from being contaminated by oropharyngeal secretions) Infectiousness strong: the 5th day following the contagion on the 5th day after the eruption, incubation period: Silent About 8 to 12 days on average Read the rest of this entry »
Roseola is caused by the herpes virus 6 (HHV-6) and mainly affects children 2 to 24 months.
It is transmitted through secretions (nose, mouth) or by contact with contaminated objects or hands.
Incubation and contagion
The incubation period is ten days and contagion continues to pimples. Read the rest of this entry »
The causes of constipation
Most constipation in children are “functional”, it means they are not related to a disease, a disease specific. Its transit problem is usually related to dietary factors, nutritional … sometimes linked to its environment. If, for example, the baby is being weaned (transition from breastfeeding to bottle feeding by the breast), a transient constipation may occur due to the change of power . Disrupted transit should gradually return to normal. Constipation may also be related to stress … even in some infants. This is the change of environment can be the reason. Kept a baby by his mother can express their stress during his first days in kindergarten by a constipation problem, for example. Lack of intake water can also cause constipation in children, especially in the summer. Read the rest of this entry »
Every year millions of angina are contracted and diced 3 years are no exception. Angina is a bacterial infection of the throat due to 8 out of 10 viruses and 2 out of 10 in bacteria. It is a banal but still very painful. However, we must remain vigilant to that caused by a streptococcus, called angina red, it can lead to sequel such as rheumatic fever or kidney or heart damage. These complications are extremely rare in France. Read the rest of this entry »
has itchy nose and runny secretions was very liquid and may be congested, but there is no fever ;
has itching, tearing and redness of the eyes;
sneezes and coughs a lot, perhaps;
may have symptoms of asthma .
Consult the doctor if you think your child is suffering from seasonal allergies. Diagnosis and early treatment can help prevent complications. Read the rest of this entry »
What is diphtheria?
Diphtheria is a contagious bacterial disease that attacks the nose, throat and skin. It is characterized by the formation of a thick membrane at the back of the throat that may cause breathing problems in your child. Diphtheria can also cause damage to the heart and nervous system, causing paralysis and even lead to death. Babies are particularly at risk of complications. Read the rest of this entry »
When you immunize your baby, you protect against 13 diseases preventable by vaccination. These diseases can be very serious and caused the death of some children.
Almost all of these diseases are spread very easily from person to person, mostly through coughing and sneezing. By vaccinating your baby at the right time, you make sure he has all the protection it needs to stay healthy. Read the rest of this entry »