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How to prevent meningitis in infants/children?

Dr. Jay Park Dr. Park
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How to prevent meningitis in infants/children?

Vaccination: Vaccination has proven the most effective way of prevention of bacterial meningitis caused by hemophilus inluenzae ; strep pneumoniae meningococcal meningitis is very sporadic, and routine immunization against it is not currently recommended for young children under age 11. ...Read more

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Urinary Tract Infection (Definition)

A urinary tract infection, also known as an UTI, may involve the kidney, ureter, bladder, or urethra. A common cause is an intestinal bacteria, E. coli. Common symptoms include a frequent urge to urinate, and pain or burning when urinating. Antibiotics are typically ...Read more


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How to prevent urinary tract infection in toddlers?

How to prevent urinary tract infection in toddlers?

Depends: Is your toddler potty trained? If yes there are 2 very important things 1. Make sure they are voiding often ( every 2 hours by the click during the day) 2. Make sure they are not getting constipated... They should be pooping every day and their poop should be soft. Make sure they are drinking plenty of fluids. Remember that utis in toddlers are rarely dangerous unless associated with a high fever. ...Read more

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Will sterilisation of milk bottles help to prevent rotavirus infection in babies?

Will sterilisation of milk bottles help to prevent rotavirus infection in babies?

A better way: Effective handwashing will go a lot further in preventing rotavirus infection. However, if rotavirus is on the bottles, sterilization will kill it. But it won't help if someone with rotavirus on their hands fixes the bottle. ...Read more

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How to prevent rashes in new born baby?

How to prevent rashes in new born baby?

Too broad: The question is very broad. Could you ask it again and be a little more specific. What kind of rash are you trying to prevent? Diaper, dry skin, illness? ...Read more

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How can parents prevent giving the flu to their 10-month-old child?

How can parents prevent giving the flu to their 10-month-old child?

Vaccinate: The seasonal flu vaccine has been shipped to offices, i got mine thursday.Any kid over 6m can develop good protection with the vaccine within 3 wks. Get it now & all will be covered for the season. First timers get 2 doses about a month apart. Avoid crowds, be aware of good hand washing & sites where the germs are likely to spread. ...Read more

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How does vaginal child birth lead to stress incontinence in women ?

How does vaginal child birth lead to  stress incontinence in women ?

Tissue damage.: There's a complex system of supportive structures around the bladder, the rectum, the vagina, the urethra and the uterus that provide support to this area. Vaginal childbirth can damage all of these structures. This can result in stress incontinence and other pelvic floor issues like prolapse - when the bladder, the rectum, or the uterus fall down toward or through the vaginal opening. ...Read more

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How does vaginal child birth lead to stress incontinence in women?

How does vaginal child birth lead to stress incontinence in women?

Damaged muscles: Childbirth can be traumatic to the muscles and nerves surrounding the bladder, vagina and rectum. The nerves can be damaged and small tears in the muscles can lead to prolapse and incontinence is some women. It's nothing to be embarrassed about. It is common and fixable. ...Read more

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How can I avoid pertussis in infant?

How can I avoid pertussis in infant?

Vaccinate: You vaccinate the mother during pregnancy or soon thereafter, as well as any adult in routine contact.You also vaccinate the kid as soon as they are old enough. ...Read more

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How can I prevent dehydration in my child that is infected with e.Coli?

How can I prevent dehydration in my child that is infected with e.Coli?

Small sips: Small, frequent sips of liquids. Once ounce every 15 minutes. Popsicles can help too but don't use too many because too much juice/sugar can make diarrhea worse. Take your child to the doctor if s/he cannot keep down liquids, has had no urine output in 8 hours or has had less than three urine outputs in 24 hours. ...Read more

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How should we prevent teenage HIV infection and pregnancy?

How should we prevent teenage HIV infection and pregnancy?

STD's: I tell all my patients and students that pregnancy is a sexually transmitted disease just as is hiv. Both are reliably prevented by not having sex until you know who your partner is, their HIV status and you are ready for the responsibility that goes along with the behavior. Since this usually falls on deaf ears, condoms are an option but are not 100% effective for either sexually transmitted ds. ...Read more

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How do you treat short stature and how to prevent the closing of the bones - will this allow the boy (14 yrs) to continue growing?

How do you treat short stature and how to prevent the closing of the bones - will this allow the boy (14 yrs) to continue growing?

Depends on situation: If the kids bone maturity matches his age (xray test), the kid will grow until the growth centers close( for 14yo averages 6 in). You cannot prevent them from closing.This is a normal response to hormones. If a bone maturity was more like 11 & testing showed low growth hormones, they could be used to push him along & grow to his potential height. ...Read more

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How long does it take for a child with preterm birth to catch up in his social development?

How long does it take for a child with preterm birth to catch up in his social development?

Motor skills: The common developmental charts are dominated by motor skills early. Since these are based on nervous system maturity, it is only fair to a premi to base expectations on their conceptual age rather than time of birth. This means we adjust expectations by however weeks they were early. After 18 mo or so they are generally doing everything the same. ...Read more

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Is there something I can feed my baby in order to prevent ivh?

Is there something I can feed my baby in order to prevent ivh?

No: If ivh is intraventricular bleeding, there is no dietary supplement or food that has been demonstrated to prevent the problem. Discuss firther options with your pediatrician. ...Read more

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How to induce transmission of the HIV virus from mother to her baby and how does breastfeeding affect it compared to bottle-feeding?

How to induce transmission of the HIV virus from mother to her baby and how does breastfeeding affect it compared to bottle-feeding?

HIV and breastfeedin: I'm not sure i understand your question, but HIV can be transmitted via breastfeeding. A mom who has HIV should feed her baby formula. ...Read more

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How to control shivering in kids?

How to control shivering in kids?

Determine cause firs: The important thing is to determine why the child is shivering. There are many causes from being cold to being a nervous tic. Consult your pediatrician. ...Read more

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How can I prevent dehydration in my child that is infected with clostridium difficile?

How can I prevent dehydration in my child that is infected with clostridium difficile?

Fluids and Pepto: Dehydration from any cause should be preventable with attention to hydration with a balanced solution of water with electrolytes. It has been shown that patents with diarrheal diseases recover faster when they return to a normal diet as soon as they can eat food without vomiting. You should avoid most antidiarrheal medications except for bismuth subsulfate (pepto) because it binds the c diff toxin. ...Read more

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Do swimming lessons present a health risk to children that are prone to bladder and urine infections?

Do swimming lessons present a health risk to children that are prone to bladder and urine infections?

No, but staying in a: wet swimsuit, like wearing silk panties, keeps the perineum moist & can cause vulvitis; then, wiping back-to -front can cause an ascending bladder infection. Cotton panties wick away moisture. Showers are better than baths with floating soap or bubbles because ^ed alkalinity reduces vulvar mucosa's resistance to bacteria; Sitz baths with 1 cup of vinegar/6" of water ^ its resistance. ...Read more

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How can one prevent vaginal rips/tears during child birth?

How can one prevent vaginal rips/tears during child birth?

Episiotomy: Episiotomy a surgical cut on the side of vaginal wall to prevent rips and tear, it heals well compared to tears. ...Read more

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Baby will be 6m in 2w. I'm clueless as to how to introduce solids. She's in a daycare environment and don't know how to go about it and how often.

Baby will be 6m in 2w. I'm clueless as to how to introduce solids. She's in a daycare environment and don't know how to go about it and how often.

Food introduction: The general recommendation for food introduction in infants is rice cereal at 4 months, vegetables at 5 months, fruits and fruit juices at 6 months, finger foods & meats at 9 months. A three meal two snack schedule is the usual goal, but adapting this schedule to your family's normal routine should be fine as long as your baby is comfortable and gaining weight appropriately. ...Read more

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How to clean and Cure conjunctivitis in infants? 7mo. Old to be exct

How to clean and Cure conjunctivitis in infants? 7mo. Old to be exct

Conjunctivitis: 70 percent of conjunctivitis is viral and using a clean moist cloth to clean the eye will help until the process resolves. Your provider would need to offer a antibiotic otherwise. ...Read more

Dr. James Lin
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Urinary Tract Infections (Definition)

A urinary tract infection (often called UTI) is most commonly caused by bacteria and usually refers to an infection in the bladder. Not all bacteria that grows from the urine represents an infection, so the need for antibiotics is determined by your ...Read more