Reference in Pediatrics, Dr. Solé Mir is Head of Pediatric Department of Hospital Universitari Arnau de Vilanova in Lleida. He has made several communications magazines nationally and internationally. In addition, he is member of several medical associations.
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• More than 25 years of experience• Head of the Pediatric Service of the Universitati Arnau de Vilanova Hospital, Lleida (today)
• Specialist in Pediatrics in the Gabinet pediàtric ilerdenc of the Vithas Salut Lleida medical center (today)• Specialist in Pediatrics at the Vithas Salut Lleida medical center (today)• Instructor in pediatric and neonatal cardiopulmonary resuscitation at the Consell Català• MIR in Pediatrics at the Hospital Maternoinfantil Vall d'Hebron in Barcelona (1987-1991) ...
• Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Lleida (1999-present)
• Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from the University of Barcelona (1986)• Specialty of Pediatrics from the University of Barcelona (1991)
• Accreditation in Neontalogia by the Spanish Association of Pediatrics• Master's Degree in Vaccines from the Complutense University of Madrid• Diploma in Pediatric Advanced Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Instructor• Doctor of Medicine from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (1996) ...
Publications and conferences
• He has made several communications in national and international journals
• Full member of the Spanish Society of Neonatology• Member of the Spanish Association of Pediatrics
• Member of the Catalan Society of Pediatrics ...
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Breastfeeding is the feeding of the newborn with mother's breast milk. WHO and UNICEF have stressed the importance of breastfeeding, essential for theBreastfeeding is the feeding of the newborn with mother's breast milk. WHO and UNICEF have stressed the importance of breastfeeding, essential for the six months baby piles. Also they recommended to continue breastfeeding later, while others are introduced complementary foods until at least two years.
Neurological development concerns all living baby, aged 2-6 months in their interaction with the environment, cephalic balancing, object manipulation,Neurological development concerns all living baby, aged 2-6 months in their interaction with the environment, cephalic balancing, object manipulation, regulation of sleep stages, vocalizations, emotional displays, etc. With regard to the psychological development is a gradual and progressive stage characterized by a series of behavioral, emotional, social changes and ultimately, transformations related to new needs.
During the early years of a child proper nutrition it is necessary not only to ensure proper physical growth of the child, but also for their intellecDuring the early years of a child proper nutrition it is necessary not only to ensure proper physical growth of the child, but also for their intellectual development. Also, it depends on their ability to learn, think, communicate with others and adapt to the environment. If the infant feeding is not appropriate, the child may develop certain cardiovascular diseases or suffer overweight and obesity, which if not treated in time can become such a high severity to cause their death. Furthermore, it is at an early age when children acquire the eating habits and customs of everyday life that will later be difficult to change. It is therefore very important to establish from small both routine regular exercise, such as good nutritional habits. Among the medical recommendations for proper infant feeding, notes: intake of five fruits and vegetables a day, not abuse fats or control the consumption of sugary drinks and sweets.
Neonatology is the branch of medicine that involves the study and care of the first hours of life of newborns, which are considered crucial in de
Neonatology is the branch of medicine that involves the study and care of the first hours of life of newborns, which are considered crucial in determining possible future complications and react to them. The perinatal history, ie, the facts to assess the newborn, is conditioned by family, physiological, medical history, etc. Medical professionals play this specialty are responsible for overseeing the baby's vital signs to determine if your heart rate is correct and check the proper breathing and organ function, among other tasks. Neonatology usually develops within hospitals, as it takes place from the moment the baby is born. Later, when the baby is discharged, the revision of the newborn is exerted from the pediatric unit, usually carried out in ambulatory.
Set of processes, customs, etc., related to human consumption. Nutrition is the biological process in which organisms assimilate food and fluids necessary for operation, growth and maintenance of their vital functions. Nutrition is the study of the relationship between food and health, especially in the determination of a diet.
Vaccines are a number of drugs used as a preventive measure in the occurrence of diseases and allergies. When germs enter our body, the immune system recognizes them as foreign substances (antigens agents); therefore, the system itself is responsible for putting the production of the required amount of antibodies up to combat these antigens. Based on this process, the vaccines contain weakened or killed antigens that stimulate the immune system to produce antibodies. That way, the body is ready to fight germs or viruses for which you have been vaccinated. In the infant stage an immunization schedule for common diseases (and even some already eradicated in some parts of the world) is planned and every age is assigned the corresponding. For adults a series of seasonal vaccines (such as flu, for example) and a number of compulsory vaccinations before traveling to certain countries in other continents that may involve the risk of transmission of diseases of these areas are established.
¿Qué es la dermatitis alérgica?
La dermatitis alérgica es una enfermedad de la piel que aparece sobre todo en personas con alergias o con familiares que las padecen. Suele aparecer durante los primeros meses de vida y las personas que padecen esta enfermedad pueden desarrollar cataratas en edad adulta, así como episodios de herpes de forma reiterada, por ello es importante establecer el diagnóstico correcto, realizando pruebas cutáneas para establecer el agente externo que provoca la dermatitis alérgica, y establecer una serie de hábitos para evitar el comezón que se padece de forma generalizada en estos casos.
¿Qué síntomas provoca?
Es frecuente que la dermatitis alérgica se manifieste en forma de enrojecimiento o costra en la piel, con prurito (picor intenso) en algunas partes muy concretas: cara, cuero cabelludo, manos, zona del pañal, piernas y pies, y en pliegues de codos y rodillas. Estos síntomas se dan al entrar la piel en contacto con el alérgeno, así como al ingerirlo.
¿Por qué se produce el dolor miofascial?
Las alergias se producen por la reacción del sistema inmunitario a protegerse ante un agente que califica como peligroso, el alérgeno. Los alérgenos normalmente no son sustancias realmente perjudiciales para el organismo, pero éste actúa con los síntomas de la alergia para protegerse del mismo. La causa de la alergia es desconocida, aunque puede haber un factor hereditario.
¿Se puede prevenir?
No es posible prevenir la aparición de una alergia, pero si el paciente ya conoce que presenta dermatitis alérgica con cierto componente, puede prevenirse la aparición de los síntomas evitando el contacto con el alérgeno en cuestión.
¿Cuál es su tratamiento?
El tratamiento de la dermatitis alérgica se basa en abordar la alergia que la produce. Para aliviar los síntomas normalmente se recurre al uso de cremas específicas, y el alergólogo puede prescribir corticoesteroides en las fases más críticas.
The Apgar test is the physical exam to the newborn. The doctor performs a test in which five parameters to know how the baby tolerated birth and how it evolves outside the womb are valued.
Respiratory effort, heart rate, muscle tone, reflexes and skin color: 5 points examined
Obesity is a disorder of the weight of a person is above what is considered healthy based on their height. Today, childhood obesity is a problem that affects a large number of developed countries where the number of children and adolescents who are overweight is rising alarmingly. Obese children may have serious health problems in adulthood, and heart disease, diabetes, asthma, high cholesterol, sleep apnea, etc. In addition to the physical consequences, childhood obesity can also involve psychological problems such as low self-esteem, depression or feelings of inferiority, which prevent the child to interact with others and limit their social relationships. Sometimes the weight problem may be caused by a disease or an imbalance of hormones, but more often it is by a poor diet, hence the importance of instilling healthy habits to children.
Febrile seizures are seizures that occur in children with fever. Usually they occur in children between 9 months and 5 years and are usually inherited.
It is common for them to overturn the eyes of the children and legs from becoming stiff.
Food intolerance is an adverse reaction of the body to the intake of certain foods, additives and preservatives that cause the immune system in the formation of antibodies against proteins of certain foodstuffs. Some of the most common foods that cause food intolerance are milk, eggs, some flour and yeast, or nuts. Symptoms or organic manifestations are often cause diarrhea, stomach pain or headaches, acne or skin problems, fatigue ... Instead, a food allergy triggers a much faster reaction in the immune system and dangerous to health (hives , eczema, swelling, difficulty breathing ...), so it is imperative to seek urgent medical help, because in severe cases can even lead to death. Both a type of food reaction or the other, you should consult a doctor to detect which foods cause these reactions and begin treatment, which usually consist in following a diet that avoids the use of substances that cause the problem.
Hearing loss is a decrease in hearing reversible or permanently, depending on the case. It can also affect only one ear or both, in this case as a bilateral hearing loss. Besides, hearing loss may be partial or total: mild hearing loss in the patient loses some forty decibels capacity at best, while in the most serious cases decreased more than ninety decibels. Here, the hearing loss can be classified depending on the amount of hearing loss, the location of the lesion, its origin and if also affects speech. In the case of children, if the deficiency is not detected early can cause problems in language development. The causes of hearing loss can be many: congenital diseases, infections, hole in the eardrum, wax buildup, pressure changes, constant exposure to loud noise or trauma such as skull fractures or explosions. The person affected by this disorder may have the following symptoms: difficulty hearing a conversation or television, pressure or ringing in the ears, fatigue and dizziness. Hearing loss can be cured with medicine or surgery, depending on the case. In addition, you may also place the patient a device to improve their hearing.
Infectious diseases are those caused by germs. These little creatures are everywhere: air, land, water and other living things. Any infection can be acquired by touch, eat or drink, or breathe any object or living being that contains them. Apart from events beyond our control such as a dog bite or a mosquito bite. Vaccines, proper hand washing and medicines intake are some of the actions that help us to prevent this type of disease. The four types of germs are: bacteria, viruses, fungi or protozoa
Meningitis is an inflammation of the meninges, the membranes covering the brain and spinal cord. There are several types of this disease, but the most common is viral meningitis, which occurs when a virus enters the body through the nose or mouth and travels to the brain. Bacterial meningitis is rare, but can be lethal. Although anyone can get it, the disease usually occurs in children and in people who have a hard time fighting infections. All types of meningitis are characterized by the presence of meningeal syndrome, which includes symptoms such as headache, vomiting, high fever, stiff neck, and generally feeling unwell; these symptoms occur three to six days after exposure to the bacteria or virus. Meningitis vaccine can be effective in preventing some bacterial infections that cause the disease.
Breathing problems occur when the body is unable to acquire the oxygen it needs. They occur as a result of a stuffy nose or because of physical exercise. However, in some cases symptoms of serious illness.
An allergy is a reaction of the body's immune system to certain substances that are ingested, inhaled or touched. The pediatric allergy is one that affects children and only occurs when in contact with the allergen, elapsed stage of newborn. It has a hereditary component and it is advisable observation and prevention before the appearance of the first symptoms and the presence of atopic dermatitis, asthma, predisposition to insect bites or suffer hives, etc. All these signs may indicate that the child is potentially allergic. A comprehensive study by pediatrician and Allergology service hospital help determine if there is such pathology.
According to UNICEF, child malnutrition is the result of insufficient food intake and repeated infectious diseases, the first year of a child's life is essential for growth, both for their physical and psychological development, so it becomes so important Food at this stage of life, although it remains at all. Malnourished children have lower than normal for their age and stunted body weight. Moreover, they are too thin or have vitamin deficiencies and / or minerals (imbalance known as "hidden hunger"). Apart from the lack of sufficient food intake, other causes of child malnutrition include: acute respiratory infections, digestive diseases (diarrhea, colitis ...), lack of consumption of vitamin supplements or fortified foods ...
Poisoning in childhood is a frequent complaint in consultation health centers, but seem to have been stabilizing in recent years thanks in part to improved health education of families and security checks. Poisonings involve accidental contact with toxic substances that can cause serious health problems and even lead to life-threatening situations. In the case of pediatric poisonings occur most often at home by the accidental ingestion by children of medicines, toiletries or pesticides. It is therefore very important to keep out of reach any intoxicant or drug. There may also be poisoning bites and insects or animals, and food poisoning. To diagnosis a complete physical examination of the child is required, and the treatment will vary depending on the poisoning.
We talked about early puberty when the body changes physically and sexually develop earlier than normal. Normally, usually it occurs between 8 and 14 years in boys and between 9 and 16 girls. Although the age at which a child passes puberty always depend on family history, nutrition and sex. Currently, there is no specific reason that explains why some patients develop early puberty, but in some cases, is due to brain or genetic alterations.
The rash is a red rash that usually appears as a consequence of certain infectious diseases (such as measles, scarlet fever, rubella, fifth disease, etc.), and are more common in childhood than at any other time life. They can be caused as a reaction to other causes: when they are caused by a virus known as viral rash; if accompanied by fever it is the so-called sudden rash that affects infants in their first year of life; sometimes they are the symptom of a disease of unknown origin, so the urgent attention of the child is required to assess and diagnose the severity, or if due to a drug reaction.
Short stature or stature refers to children and adolescents who are below average height that corresponds to their age. Short stature is not necessarily a symptom of a health problem, it may be a delay in growth or slower than normal, or a parent who is of short stature.
Vomiting involve the expulsion of stomach contents through the esophagus through the mouth. Many vecesm accompanied by nausea (feeling like vomiting) and stomach or abdominal pain. When we talk about not talking about vomiting disease but of manifestations associated with other symptoms such as headache, diarrhea, etc.
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