What is a pacemaker?
A pacemaker is a small electric device which generates electrical impulses to regulate your heart rhythm. It is generally fitted in the chest but can sometimes be fitted in the abdomen. About 25,000 people are fitted with a pacemaker each year in the UK.
What is meant by paediatric and neonatal intensive care?
What is the main objective ofpaediatric and neonatal intensive care?
What areas of expertise must a typical paediatric and neonatal intensive care member of staff have?
Which specialist generally treats paediatric and neonatal...
What is paediatric dentistry?
How important is it to acquire good oral hygiene from childhood?
Why is it so important to control children's oral health?
What are the most common oral hygiene-related conditions that children suffer from?
What are the biggest challenges of paediatric...
What is paediatric dermatology?
Paediatric dermatology is a dermatology subspeciality that studies, prevents, and treats skin conditions occuring in children. There are many skin conditions that appear in childhood, some of which are also common in adults but affect children and teenagers differently. The most common conditions include dermatitis (seborrhoeic, atopic, or nappy rash), infections (warts, verrucas, or impetigo for example), genetic disorders, acne,...
What is paediatric ENT?
ENT is a medical subspeciality that deals with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of conditions that affect the ear, nose, and throat in children.
What conditions are treated under paediatric ENT?
There are some disorders that almost uniquely affect children. The most commonly treated...
What is paediatric neuropsychology?
Paediatric neuropsychology is a sub-specialty in clinical neuropsychology, which studies the relationship between the brain and behavioural patterns in children. A paediatric neuropsychologist diagnoses and treats kids with learning and...
What is paediatric neurosurgery?
Paediatric neurosurgery includes the evaluation, diagnosis, operative and non-operative treatment, critical care and rehabilitation of children with disorders of the nervous system. If a child has problems involving the head, spine or nervous system then a paediatric neurosurgeon is the specialist with the experience and qualifications to treat the child.
The neurological problems treated by paediatric neurosurgeons are quite...
Medical oncology, Paediatrics, Paediatric otolaryngology
Paediatric oncology is a field of medicine which diagnoses and treats cancer in children.
Childhood cancer is rare. About 1 in 500 children will develop cancer by the age of 15 , and most instances of cancer in children happen before the age of five. The chances of surviving cancer as a child is much higher than for adults, and more than 82% of children are completely cured...
What is paediatric ophthalmology?
A children's eye doctor, or paediatric ophthalmologist, diagnoses, prevents, and treats diseases that affect children's eyes and vision.
Good eye care is essential during childhood as many visual problems develop while the eyes are growing and may affect the child's future development.
This website uses our own and third-party Cookies to compile information with the aim of improving our services, to show you advertising related to your preferences as well analysing your browsing habits. You can change your settings HERE.
You can enable or disable according to the purposes:
Accept all the Cookies
Techniques: Those that allow the user to navigate through a web page, platform or application and the use of the different options or services that exist within.
Analytics: Those that allow the person responsible for them to monitor and analyse the behaviour of the users of the websites to which they are linked.
Behavioural advertising: Those that store information on the behaviour of users obtained through the continuous observation of their browsing habits, which allows the development of a specific profile to display advertising based on it.