Neonates are more prone to infection. This topic is about the Neonatal Infection and Sepsis with their definition, classification, clinical features, major causes of infections, risk factors, prevention treatment etc. feel free to ask any questions in the comment section. You can made power point presentation shortly known as ppt or Save the Page as PDF for future use. It is also known as Sepsis neonatorum or Neonatal septicemia. Neonatal Sepsis: Neonatal sepsis is a bacterial infection in the blood Continue Reading…..
This is a Case Presentation of a Dwarf Lady With 34+ Weeks Pregnancy. This presentation was prepared and presented by Dr. Zannatul Ferdaus (Akhi), Intern Doctor, Gynae Unit-I, Rajshahi Medical college, Rajshahi. I have made some modifications for my website. Share this with your Friends and let them have a chance to see it. Case Report of Dwarf Lady with Pregnancy: Mrs. Masura, a short stature lady, 28 years, Non-diabetic, non-hypertensive, Muslim, housewife of lower class family hailing from puraton 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…..
Acute Suppurative Otitis Media is most common in children of age between 3 to 7 years. Also can occur at any age. Direct bacterial or secondary to viral upper respiratory tract infections is the most common aetiological factors. It has some predisposing and risk factors which are described below. Otitis media is very common in children with the average toddler having two to three episodes a year. The common cold is usually followed by otitis media. An ear infection is Continue Reading…..
Human Ear Anatomy and Physiology is our today’s topics. Human Ear is one of the essential part of our Head. The ears are paired sensory organ comprising the Auditory system involved in the detection of sound and Vestibular system involved with the maintaining of body balance. Human Ear Anatomy and Physiology is the topic that I am going to discuss in this Post. The ear is divided anatomically and clinically into 3 parts- The External ear, Internal ear and Middle ear. Continue Reading…..
Chronic Tonsillitis: It is the Chronic inflammation of tonsils. In my previous post, I have shown you the Anatomy and Physiology of tonsils. If you have not seen that yet, I am requesting you to visit Tonsils In children Causes, Features, Diagnosis, Treatment of Tonsillitis here. I discussed here the basic things about tonsils. In that post, I wrote about Acute Tonsillitis. Today in this post I am going to discuss Chronic tonsillitis, its sign-symptoms, diagnosis, investigations and treatment. the Continue Reading…..
Human Nose is divided into 3 parts, the External nose, the Vestibule and the Nasal cavity. Today I am going to discuss about the basic science of Nose, Nasal Sinus, Paranasal Sinuses etc. The basic Anatomy of Nose is described in details. Physiology of Nose, Nasal and Paranasal Sinus consists of Blood supply, nerve supply etc. Blood supply is quite important. It will be needed in upcoming post. So I have decided to discuss it first. External Nose: It is Continue Reading…..