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Intermittent preventive treatment of Malaria (IPTp)

Jul 21, 2018
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by: Dr. Surinder Kaur Gambhir
Sr. Consultant - Obstetrics & Gynecology Paras Bliss, Panchkula
Malarial infection during pregnancy is a major public health problem with substantial risks for the mother, her fetus and the neonate. Pregnant women are especially at high risk for malaria because of their change in the immune system during pregnancy and the presence of a new organ (placenta). With new places for the parasite to … Continue reading Intermittent preventive treatment of Malaria (IPTp)

Antenatal counselling of pregnant mothers carrying a baby with birth anomalies

Jul 20, 2018
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by: Dr. KLN Rao
Director - Pediatric Surgery
Congenital birth anomalies are not uncommon in babies and 6 – 10% of the children are born with abnormalities. Previously, the abnormalities used to be diagnosed only after the birth of the baby which comes as a rude shock to the unsuspecting young parents who are totally unprepared for such an event. Technological advances made … Continue reading Antenatal counselling of pregnant mothers carrying a baby with birth anomalies

Is It Safe to Get a Massage for Pregnancy Back Pain?

Jul 20, 2018
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by: Dr. Surinder Kaur Gambhir
Sr. Consultant - Obstetrics & Gynecology Paras Bliss, Panchkula
Pregnant women who are interested in massage therapy should always opt for safety first approach and always see the massage therapist who is trained and certified in prenatal massages. The first trimester is the time when the woman is usually not feeling well and may not opt for prenatal massages, as they are not comfortable … Continue reading Is It Safe to Get a Massage for Pregnancy Back Pain?

Constipation in Children

Jul 18, 2018
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by: Dr. KLN Rao
Director - Pediatric Surgery
Constipation or passing of hard stools, that too, infrequently is a common problem in children. Although the definition of constipation varies in various countries, passing of at least once a day is satisfactory in our culture. In a newborn, normally the baby should pass almost immediately after birth within the first 12 hours. Many soft … Continue reading Constipation in Children

Do Special Diets Help Kids With Autism?

Jul 16, 2018
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by: Dt. Aashima Chopra
Dietician
Eating a varied diet is good for your health, but many people don’t achieve this. They restrict their children to eat only some food which they seem is good for their health. So, some autistic people have a restricted diet, eating only a limited range of food. And some autistic people may eat much they may … Continue reading Do Special Diets Help Kids With Autism?

Six Basic Nutrients Required for Good Health

Jul 16, 2018
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by: Dt. Aashima Chopra
Dietician
Good nutrition is important for every living organism. Healthy eating, coupled with an active lifestyle, has long been established as a sure way to live a long, full life. It may seem impossible to get the right amount of these nutrients in your diet, but the trick is that you’re already eating all of these. Carbohydrates: … Continue reading Six Basic Nutrients Required for Good Health

New Moms Weight Loss Nutrition Guide

Jul 16, 2018
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by: Dt. Aashima Chopra
Dietician
Losing weight after pregnancy is a hot topic. Set reasonable weight loss goals, like 2-5  kgs a month. The good news is, your body will naturally shed weight, so aiming for small weight loss goals will be quick to reach in the beginning. Start with walking You need to wait at least two weeks before … Continue reading New Moms Weight Loss Nutrition Guide

Why is a Lamaze class helpful to pregnant women?

Jul 16, 2018
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by: Dr. Monica Agarwal
Sr. Consultant Obstetrics & Gynecology - Paras Bliss, Panchkula
Lamaze is a technique of breathing, relaxation and various other methods are used during labour. It was founded by Dr. Fernand Lamaze in France during the 1940’s. It is a whole philosophy which also involves continuous labour support to the mother in form of doulas. Birth is a normal, natural and healthy process. Birthing experience … Continue reading Why is a Lamaze class helpful to pregnant women?

Urine voiding problems (Voiding dysfunction) in children

Jul 16, 2018
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by: Dr. KLN Rao
Director - Pediatric Surgery
Voiding dysfunction is a term used by doctors and nurses that means a person does not empty their bladder normally. This term means many different things. It may mean that the person waits too long to urinate, or urinates too frequently, or even tries to urinate when the muscles keeping the urine in the bladder … Continue reading Urine voiding problems (Voiding dysfunction) in children

Malaria in Babies-symptoms and treatment

Jul 16, 2018
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Malaria is a serious illness which affects the young children and adults. The main symptom of malaria is high fever caused by bite of female Anopheles mosquito. It induces chills, fever, and flu like symptoms in toddlers and babies. Malaria can be treated but it requires prompt action. If the infection is severe then it … Continue reading Malaria in Babies-symptoms and treatment
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