Posts Tagged ‘kid’

How often is normal the child to be ill

Thursday, October 22nd, 2009

KidChildren who virtually never get sick, or they are not so small that they can be counted on fingers. The general opinion of doctors is that illness, children gradually build up their immune systems, which will help them later to resist infections attacking the body. But one has to be sick 1-2 times a year, and another – the presence of constant runny nose and cough. How often can ill child without causing alarm among parents and doctors? The term “children suffering often is blurred, as each child, for example every body is individual. According to modern medical standards “often suffering children” are considered those that:
• for up to 1 year of age suffer from respiratory diseases and more every year
• aged 1 to 3 years – 6 times more
• aged 3 to 5 years – 5 times more and
• over 5 years – 4 times more.

When really tonsils must be removed?

Friday, October 16th, 2009

Kid tonsilsToday medicine is definite that in humans there is nothing superfluous. This applies to the appendix and tonsils. After 12 years of age tonsils reduce their size but by the age of 20 years, they completely vestigial since grown organism no longer needs the extra protection from infection. But sometimes when the children grow and tonsils form adenoids that some specialists are trying to heal, while others – removed. According to chronic inflammation in the tonsils is dangerous in that he often goes into other bodies and striking vessels, heart and kidneys. Expanded and inflamed tonsils causing problems with hearing, breathing, may suffer, and diction. Even more dangerous is when the organism adenoids cause disturbances in the circulation of the cranial cavity, nocturia or bronchial asthma. In these cases, the tonsils must be removed. Adenoids sometimes mistakenly considered to be a childhood disease that can disappear with age. But by then the child can be changed so as to render it beyond recognition, ie known to be formed. adenoid’s type person, characterized by a narrow skull and permanently half-open mouth. Upper teeth grow correctly, the lower jaw is protruding, but talking is over nose.

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