The list of wise choices issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics

The American Academy of Pediatrics has released two [wise choices] lists of 10 items, listing common unnecessary examinations and treatments in pediatrics. (1) Obvious viral infectious respiratory diseases (sinusitis, Pharyngitis, bronchitis) should not use antibacterial drugs. (2) Cough medicine and cold medicine should not be prescribed or recommended for respiratory diseases in children under 4 years old. (3) CT scan is not necessary for immediate evaluation of mild head trauma. According to the Clinical Observation/Pediatric Emergency Nursing Applied Research Network Standard (PECARN), To determine whether imaging examination is needed. (4) Neuroimaging is not necessary for simple thermal epilepsy (CT, MRI examination. (5) CT scans are not necessary in routine abdominal pain assessment. (6) Do not use large doses of dexamethasone Read More …

There are all the problems that should be paid attention to before and after taking the medicine.

After reading so many popular science articles, I still don’t know how to take medicine. Today, Dr. Clove will sort out the things you should pay attention to when taking medicine. Precautions before taking medicine When you need to communicate with the doctor when you see a doctor, you should try your best to tell the doctor your physical condition so as to increase the doctor’s understanding of you. Avoid doctors prescribing inappropriate drugs because they do not know enough about your specific situation. If there are any of the following circumstances, you need to actively tell the doctor when seeing a doctor: 1. History of drug allergy, any chronic disease or unusual medication experience; 2. Women who are preparing Read More …

Remember four words, diabetics feel at ease for the holidays and have a happy dinner.

The Spring Festival is coming soon. When it comes to the festival, relatives and friends gather together, and it is always necessary to have a few good meals. At this time, diabetics can be worried, eat, afraid of high blood sugar, don’t go, itching in the heart, face also can’t pass. Today, Dr. Clove told you four words. Remember, diabetics can also have fun and have fun. First sentence: Wait for me for 5 minutes When you go out for dinner, what you think most is probably which restaurant is delicious or what the traffic conditions are. As sugar lovers, how long do we need to be mindful and spend 5 minutes checking two very important [equipment] before departure: hypoglycemic Read More …

How should I register to a big hospital?

When we go to a big hospital to see a doctor, sometimes we are always confused by the names of the departments everywhere in Linglang. It is also a common occurrence to hang up the wrong number. It is very difficult to hang up the number, but the doctor tells you to hang up other departments. Are the departments of these hospitals divided by how, and do ordinary people want how to identify them? Different hospitals have different themes, even if they are general hospitals, due to differences in concepts, there will also be some differences. Also has a great relationship with the distribution of its subject leaders. The top level of the same field in this hospital may lead Read More …

These common sense of child-rearing, saving money and possibly saving lives,

Introduction: There is a lot of wrong knowledge about parenting. It is time to abandon the old and backward wrong ideas and believe in science and modern medicine. STEP 1 Don’t wear too many clothes Children should wear at most one more dress than adults. Overdressing is not conducive to children’s activities and may also lead to heat-covering syndrome. Avoiding overdressing can reduce the risk of sudden infant death. [1] Step 2 Breastfeed Breastfeeding is economical and convenient, is beneficial to child development, reduces illness and is also beneficial to the mother’s physical recovery. WHO recommends exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months after the birth of the baby, and continues breastfeeding until the age of 2 or more, while supplementing other Read More …

The Easy Mistake of Giving Children Medicine

Not long ago, I read a report on drug safety for children published by the Global Organization for Child Safety, June 2014. Some of the data in the report are amazing. 1. 86.4% of the children were poisoned at home. 2. Among the causes of poisoning among children, the proportion of drug poisoning has increased year by year, from 53% in 2012 to 64% in 2013. 3. In 2013, Beijing Children’s Hospital collected 369 cases of children taking drugs by mistake. 4. Among the causes of drug poisoning in children, there are mainly children taking it by mistake, adults taking it by mistake, and adults taking excessive doses. The following figure: 5. 69% of parents usually put the medicine where Read More …

How to Prevent Old People from Falling?

Editor’s Note: Hip fracture in the elderly is a common clinical case, and its causes are mostly caused by falls in the elderly. So in daily life, what aspects do we need to pay attention to to prevent the elderly from falling down? Falling in the elderly is an inevitable physiological process in normal human aging. With the growth of age and bone loss, The number of falls and the degree of injury they cause will increase. Falls are the main cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries in people over 65 years old, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Common injuries caused by falls include head injuries, shoulder and wrist fractures, spinal fractures, pelvic fractures and hip Read More …

The list of wise choices issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics

The American Academy of Pediatrics has released two [wise choices] lists of 10 items, listing common unnecessary examinations and treatments in pediatrics. (1) Obvious viral infectious respiratory diseases (sinusitis, Pharyngitis, bronchitis) should not use antibacterial drugs. (2) Cough medicine and cold medicine should not be prescribed or recommended for respiratory diseases in children under 4 years old. (3) CT scan is not necessary for immediate evaluation of mild head trauma. According to the Clinical Observation/Pediatric Emergency Nursing Applied Research Network Standard (PECARN), To determine whether imaging examination is needed. (4) Neuroimaging is not necessary for simple thermal epilepsy (CT, MRI examination. (5) CT scans are not necessary in routine abdominal pain assessment. (6) Do not use large doses of dexamethasone Read More …

How to be a [good] patient?

I wonder if everyone will be very nervous when seeing a doctor. I was so nervous that I didn’t know what to say to the doctor about what. I turned into a doctor’s question and I answered. Sometimes I forget to tell the doctor about some special circumstances. Inquiry is an essential link when seeing a doctor. Only by asking can doctors have a general understanding of the patient’s situation, and then cooperate with examination and other means to make diagnosis and prescribe drugs. Because doctors receive too many patients every day, they may not be able to inquire about their condition in detail. At this time, patients can take the initiative to inform them. It is very helpful to Read More …

You’d better not drive in the second trimester of pregnancy.

Is it safe to drive during pregnancy? According to a report by the US [Fox News] on May 13, a new study published in the Journal of the Canadian Medical Association found that about 2% of pregnant women will have serious car accidents while driving, with the second trimester of pregnancy (4-6 months of pregnancy) being the most dangerous. Dr. Donald Ledmore, an expert at the Institute of Clinical Evaluation Science at the University of Toronto School of Medicine, and his colleagues examined the accidents of more than 500,000 Canadian pregnant women before, during and after pregnancy. After a five-year follow-up survey, the researchers also investigated various factors that led to driving errors and increased the risk of car accidents, Read More …