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What are the most common reasons for tonsilectomys in kids?

What are the most common reasons for tonsilectomys in kids?

Guidelines 2011: Sleep apnea is by far most common reason, 7 streps in 1 year, 5 streps per year in 2 years, 3 streps per year in 3 years, chronic tonsillitis/sore throat, concern for mass. These are respected and insurance goes by them. http://www.webmd.com/oral-health/news/20110102/new-guidelines-on-when-kids-need-tonsillectomies http://www.Entnet.Org/healthinformation/upload/cpg-tonsillectomyinchildren.Pdf. ...Read more

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Why is it common to intubate the right mainstem in a child?

Why is it common to intubate the right mainstem in a child?

The angle favors it.: Anatomically the right lung's mainstem bronchus branches off the trachea at a shallow angle closer to a straight line. The left mainstem bronchus meanwhile branches almost perpendicularly at a 90 degree angle off the trachea--making it much more difficult to place an endotracheal tube into the left-side of the lung. ...Read more

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Is diabetes in children common?

Is diabetes in children common?

No : Type I (Juvenile Diabetes) affects a small, yet growing number of children in the United States. It is due to an autoimmune phenomenon where the pancreas ceases to produce insulin. Type II (adult onset) is becoming a growing concern among morbidly obese adolescents which leads insulin resistance. The body can not produce enough insulin to meet the demands. ...Read more

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Is appendicitis in children common?

Is appendicitis in children common?

It is : Quite common. And sometimes it can be difficult to diagnose, especially in young children who cannot give an accurate history or cooperate with a physical exam. Take your child to pediatrician if you suspect appendicitis. ...Read more

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What could be the common causes of insomnia in kids?

What could be the common causes of insomnia in kids?

Insomnia in kids: Depending on age, could be separation anxiety, bed wetting, allergies, infections, medications, etc. ...Read more