Practising counselling and communication skill in paediatrics is very important. The clients are the mother or both parents and the Health care provider is usually a paediatrician or nurse or even a health assistant. The caregiver mother or father has every right to know the related information regarding the health and well being of the child. Counselling begins from the very moment of first seeing the child. Good communication skills will make sure that the child is taken care of Continue Reading…..
Chest Xray is one of the most routinely performed investigations in medical and surgical practice. It’s vital to understand normal lung Xray. To differentiate abnormal findings, one has to know how to read a normal chest x-ray. The chest X-ray (CXR) is performed to evaluate the lungs, heart and chest wall. Normal CXR is taken with the patient in an upright position, taking a deep breath and holding it for a few seconds to reduce the possibility of a blurred Continue Reading…..
CT Scan is one of the most widely used investigation procedures. It is easily available, cheap and can be performed rapidly in contrast to MRI. CT scan is a radiological procedure done by taking a series of cross-sectional images. One circle is taken at a time in a full circle rotation. A computer then calculates and converts the rate of absorption and density of Xrays into a picture on a screen. Advantages of CT Scan It is relatively cost-effective. Helps Continue Reading…..
Prematurity and low birth weight is a major problem for neonatologists. Taking care of a premature baby is a furious challenge for both parents and doctors. They are at risk of developing sepsis, hypothermia, hypoglycemia, jaundice and many other problems. What is Low Birth Weight Baby? Babies with a birth weight of < 2.5 kg irrespective of gestational age are called Low Birth Weight Baby. Most normal babies weigh 5.5 pounds by 37 weeks of gestation. At birth, most babies Continue Reading…..
Hypertension In Children This is the Lecture of Hypertension In Children taken by our teacher Dr. Shahabuddin Mahmud Assistant Professor, Paediatric Nephrology in Rajshahi Medical College. It contains Definitions, Causes, When to take BP in a child, Stages of HTN, Investigations for HTN both essential and Optional, Treatment options etc. This is mostly suitable for the Medical students to prepare their lessons. I have also included the PDF download link of the Power point presentation. I also believe that this document Continue Reading…..
On Previous Post we discussed about some Important definitions, Clinical features, Pathophysiology, Types, Causes etc. In this part of lecture we are going to deals with the Necessary Investigations, Indication for renal biopsy in NS, Specific and Supportive treatment, Complications, Causes of susceptibility to infection in MCNS, Some Conditions Associated with Nephrotic Syndrome with their presentation, responsible organisms and treatment. As the treatment is done with Steroid, there are some adverse effects of using Steroid. The possible outcome also vary Continue Reading…..
This is the Lecture of Nephrotic Syndrome taken by our teacher Dr. ShahabuddinMahmud Assistant Professor, Paediatric Nephrology in Rajshahi Medical College. It contains some definitions, cause, Pathophysiology, Structural arrangements, clinical features, treatment options etc. This is mostly suitable for the Medical students to prepare their lessons. I have also included the PDF download link of the Power point presentation. I also believe that this document will help the teachers to arrange the Lectures. If you want to include any information’s Continue Reading…..