Before we start, let’s first understand the basic principles of treatment.   1. The goal of constipation treatment is to relieve fecal incarceration, to prevent fecal re-adduction, and to maintain painless bowel movements. Releasing the fecal incarceration is necessary for rectal administration or oral administration for laxative purposes; and… Continue Reading How should children be treated for functional constipation?

  With the changes in living environment, allergic rhinitis (also known as allergic rhinitis) has become a common and frequently-occurring disease in children.   I. Simple identification of allergic rhinitis and common cold 1. The cause is different: the common cold is an infectious disease caused by a virus (in… Continue Reading How should children with allergic rhinitis be treated?

  The healthy growth of the baby is the wish of the father and mother. The physical development of the baby is very important, parents should pay special attention. Recently, some drugs have been gradually discovered during use, which can lead to growth and development disorders in infants and young… Continue Reading Four types of drugs that affect children’s growth and development

  Not recommended Aspirin: acetylsalicylic acid Function characteristics: antipyretic and analgesic effect is strong and rapid, and also has anti-inflammatory, anti-rheumatic, anti-thrombosis effect. The main adverse reactions: the most common adverse reactions are gastrointestinal reactions, and even can cause gastric ulcer and stomach bleeding; damage to liver and kidney function;… Continue Reading About children’s antipyretics

  2015: The European Medicines Agency recommends that children under the age of 12 ban the use of codeine drugs to treat children with coughs and colds; children and adolescents between the ages of 12 and 18 who have respiratory problems should not use codeine to treat coughs and colds.… Continue Reading Disable these cold medicines under the age of 18

  Pneumonia is a common infectious disease in pediatric clinical practice and an important public health problem worldwide. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), pneumonia is the leading cause of death among children under five years of age. The incidence of pneumonia has obvious seasonality, and the incidence rate… Continue Reading Is pneumonia in children related to vitamin A deficiency?

Oral mucosal ulcers are a very common disease, often caused by insufficient vitamin intake, bites, and food scratching of the oral mucosa. Because the pain is obvious, the child will lead to anorexia, crying, and prolonged disease. Here are four tips for shortening the course of oral ulcers. Oral mucosal… Continue Reading Expert guide for children with oral ulcers

Recently, a doctor on the plane provided proper treatment for a child with high fever convulsions, making the children who were originally at risk of life receive treatment in a timely manner. The flight is also free from major losses such as returning to the sea and won praise from… Continue Reading 11 Misunderstandings of Children’s Fever

1. Antibiotics Not recommended: ★★★★★ It is useless for the common cold; it is useless to prevent secondary bacterial infections. Instead, it can cause significant side effects and increase drug resistance. Use only under the guidance of a doctor only when definitive diagnosis of secondary bacterial infections (including bacterial otitis… Continue Reading Children are not recommended to use these seven types of cold drugs