There is a question: is it possible to take a bath with a cold
There are many beliefs in human life. Do not go forward if the black cat has crossed the road, do not show the groom a wedding dress before the celebration,…

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Types of childhood infections
Mass vaccination against mumps has led to certain changes in the nature of the spread of this disease. If earlier they were mostly ill for children aged 3-6 years, then…

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Diabetes and health: the most common diabetes
Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a very serious disease. Violation of carbohydrate metabolism (namely, this is diabetes) has a negative effect on the whole body. That is why people suffering from…

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Pneumonia in a child: types, causes and treatment

Pneumonia in both a child and an adult is pneumonia, which affects the alveoli and tissues. The process can affect only part of the lung (focal), or spread further. As a result, pneumonia in a child can cover completely one lung (total). Therefore, it is one-sided and even two-sided. In this article, we will analyze why a disease may appear, how to determine it, cure it and prevent it.

Causes of pneumonia in children
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Pneumonia can be caused by various reasons. Provoke the development of the disease can: hypothermia, a decline in immunity, stress, hypo – and vitamin deficiencies, systemic sleep deprivation, general overwork.

The causes of the disease:

Infection caused by the vital activity of bacteria, for example, pneumococci, staphylococci, streptococci. It is important to know that they can also develop when foreign matter enters the lungs (aspiration pneumonia). It can be vomit or amniotic fluid, if we talk about newborns during childbirth.
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Rubella in a child: symptoms of a third disease that should not be treated

Rubella in a child, or as it is also called the “third disease”, is a viral disease. It is transmitted by airborne droplets from an infected person. Persistent immunity is developed after vaccination, or if the child has had rubella. The disease is most dangerous for pregnant women and the fetus. Children easily tolerate rubella. Despite this, you need to contact a pediatrician. The specialist will be able to make an accurate diagnosis and exclude other rubella-like diseases.

Rubella symptoms

The incubation period is 2-3 weeks. After that, parents can notice rubella symptoms in the child:

body temperature rises to 38-39 degrees;
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Chronic tonsillitis: symptoms and treatment of the disease

Chronic tonsillitis (CT) is common after a recent sore throat. It can also provoke any other infectious disease in which inflammation of the throat mucosa has been observed. Often people confuse chronic tonsillitis with angina. In fact, angina is the popular name for acute tonsillitis, which usually precedes the chronic form. In chronic tonsillitis, the lymphoid tissue of the tonsils of the pharynx is affected. In rare cases, the focus of infection can be localized on the tonsils, or lingual. An acute inflammatory process is observed, which is repeated throughout the year. Most often, children are affected by an illness, ranging from 15 to 63% of cases, depending on the time of year. Treatment should be started immediately, as other diseases develop against the background of the ailment. Among them are diseases of the skin, eyes, kidneys, and thyroid gland.

Causes of Chronic Tonsillitis (CT)
The root cause of chronic tonsillitis is infection. Most often, pathogens are: staphylococci, streptococci, pneumococci, Epstein-Barr virus, herpes virus, hemophilus bacillus, chlamydia, fungi. What could precede the disease? Continue reading

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