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Gantrisin Pediatric (Overview)

Gantrisin Pediatric is a streptogramin which is a kind of anti-bacterial drug (antibiotic and antimicrobial).


Gantrisin Pediatric (Overview)

Gantrisin Pediatric is a streptogramin which is a kind of anti-bacterial drug (antibiotic and antimicrobial).


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My pediatrics gave pepcide for acid reflex to my 5 weeks old kid. Is here any side effect in long run when kid grows. ?

My pediatrics gave pepcide for acid reflex to my 5 weeks old kid. Is here any side effect in long run when kid grows. ?

Not Known: Probably not, but the treatment has not existed long enough to accumulate the experience and research necessary to know for sure. However we do know that uncontrolled gerd can cause serious long term damage! ...Read more

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Singulair (montelukast) pediatric side effects?

Singulair (montelukast) pediatric side effects?

Usually none: The list of possible side effects for singulair (montelukast) is long, but most are the same symptoms kids get all the time from common illnesses, meaning kids got sick while testing the medication: headache, flu-like symptoms, stomach ache, cough, dizziness, fatigue, decreased appetite, rash, fever, itching, hives, ear infections, colds, anxiety, restlessness, tremor, sleep issues. Rarely, serious ones happen. ...Read more

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Why does sulfisoxazole not work well with all germs?

Why does sulfisoxazole not work well with all germs?

Sensitivity: Sulfisoxazole does not kill all germs. It is effective with many gram negative and gram positive organisms. Different germs are susceptible to different antimicrobials. ...Read more

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How can I become a pediatric echocardiographer?

How can I become a pediatric echocardiographer?

ECHO: You need to get formal training check your local university hospital cardiology department or your community college about it ...Read more

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What are the procedures done in a pediatric odontics practice?

What are the procedures done in a pediatric odontics practice?

Pedi Orthodontics: Did u mena pediatric orthodontics? If so they try to palce braces on your child's teeth to straighten them if indicated. ...Read more

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What is a pediatric uveitis?

What is a pediatric uveitis?

Eye disorder: It is inflammation of the uvea, the middle layer of the eye. Uvea consists of the iris, choroid and ciliary body. The choroid is sandwiched between the retina and the white of the eye (sclera), and provides blood flow to the deep layers of the retina. The most common type of uveitis is an inflammation of the iris called iritis. Infections, injury and autoimmune disorders may be serious causes. ...Read more

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What sort of disorder is pediatric colic?

What sort of disorder is pediatric colic?

Pediatrci colic: Colic is a poorly understood disorder of the infants who cry incosolably usually in the evening hours and start aftrer a few weeks of birth. The baby seems to be crying from an abdominal pain as the abd. Muscles are tense. Pediatricians try anti gas meds, sometimes, gently rocking the baby works. Sometimes taking them for a ride in the car helps. ...Read more

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What is the field of pediatric neuropsychology?

What is the field of pediatric neuropsychology?

Kids Brain Health: Pediatric Neuropsychology is focused on the applied science of brain-behavior relationships in children and adolescents. This knowledge is used by pediatric neuropsychologists in the assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and/or rehabilitation of patients with neurological, medical, neurodevelopmental and psychological disorders, as well as other cognitive and learning disorders. ...Read more

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What are the pediatric symptoms of atelectasis?

What are the pediatric symptoms of atelectasis?

ATELECTASIS: When part of the lungs collapse, child will have shortness of breath, tachypnea, cyanosis and chest pain depending on the part of lungs involved. ...Read more

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I am looking for the best pediatric opthamologist in texas; any suggestions?

I am looking for the best pediatric opthamologist in texas; any suggestions?

BIG state: Big state with lost of good physicians. Best advice would be to first check with your pediatrician - they will have relationships with the local specialists. Another option would be to call the nearest pediatric hospital for their referrals. ...Read more

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Pediatric neurology is what?

Pediatric neurology is what?

Just what it says: A pediatric neurologist treats neurological disorders (such as epilepsy, headaches, spasms, tics, neurological defects, spina bifida, etc) in kids. ...Read more

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What is pediatric neurology?

What is pediatric neurology?

Brain doctor: A neurologist is a specialist who concentrates on disorders of the brain, spinal cord, nerves and muscles. Pediatric neurology adds to this how the brain develops and how children move through the stages of development and what might interfere with this. ...Read more

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What is tga in pediatric cardiology?

What is tga in pediatric cardiology?

Transposition: Transposition of the great arteries a kind of congenital heart disease. Occurs when the pulmonary artery that carries blood from heart to lungs comes from the left side of heart (abnormal) instead of right (normal); and the aorta which carries blood from heart to rest of body comes from the right side of heart (abnormal) instead of the left (normal). ...Read more

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Being a pediatric surgeon?

Being a pediatric surgeon?

Your question is ?: You wrote a statement, not a question.Please start over from the beginning,provide enough background info to understand your issue and ask a clear question.This is not a chat room.Questions are not linked so we cannot see anything you upload or asked in the past or future. ...Read more

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How to become a pediatric surgeon?

How to become a pediatric surgeon?

Pediatrics: It takes a college degree, making sure to take the classes necessary to get into medical school. Simply put, get good grades. MCAT is the entrance exam (like SAT, for college). Then you go to medical school, next, for 4 yrs. After that, you begin your residency, in general surgery, 3-4 more years. Then a fellowship, in pediatric surgery, 2more years. It's also verrrrrry expensive. ...Read more

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How can you treat pediatric asthma?

How can you treat pediatric asthma?

Info available: There has been much work on developing evidence based guidelines for asthma care. Patients who get evidence based care have better outcomes. Here is a link to a valuable document: http://www.Nhlbi.Nih.Gov/guidelines/asthma/asthma_qrg.Pdf generally, your child should be receiving care that is coherent with these guidelines. Good luck. ...Read more

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How can I become a pediatric surgeon?

Marathon : First, college with med school prerequisites. Then medical school, 4 years. Then general surgery residency, 5-7 years. Then, pediatric sub-specialty fellowship, 3 years. ...Read more

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What careers involve pediatric cancer?

What careers involve pediatric cancer?

It takes a village..: In addition to md specialists, there are many who help provide care for a child with cancer. A partial list includes oncology nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, dietitians, social workers, medical assistants, child life specialists and researchers (basic science, translational medicine, epidemiology). ...Read more

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