Directorate General Of Health Services under Ministry Of Health And Family Welfare Bangladesh has published the National Guidelines for the Management of TB in Children recently. 1st edition was published in 2012 and now the 2nd edition has been published in 2016. A lot of changes has been made in this new Continue Reading…..
A new study carried out by scientists at the University of Sydney, Australia, has shown that tooth decay (cavities) can be stopped in their tracks, reversed and prevented altogether, without the need for drilling teeth and filling dental caries with amalgam. The study, carried out during a seven-year period, found that the Continue Reading…..
Preconception planning is essential for a healthy planned pregnancy and baby. “Should I take prenatal vitamins before I get pregnant”- many couples asked me this question. Adequate health checks must be ensured before getting pregnant. This post will walk you through some basic things to do before getting pregnant. A Continue Reading…..
Cancer is one of the most common cause of death in the world. Actually, it’s the second leading cause of death. There are many types cancer. Some have 100 percent cure rate, that means with treatment the patient can survive the catastrophe. The prognosis mainly depends on upon the timing Continue Reading…..
What is Surfactant? The alveoli contain many types of cells. Among them Type 2 Pneumocytes produces surfactant. The main function of surfactant is to reduce surface tension, so that decrease the work of breathing. Surfactant forms a thin monomolecular layer at the air fluid interface. Surfactant layer is not static. Continue Reading…..
Finding a blood bank is sometimes an emergency. As I am a Doctor I have seen many child was saved because of transfusing blood at the right moment. Delay in blood transfusion can cause death. Some situations require urgent blood transfusion. Every major hospitals has its own blood transfusion department. Continue Reading…..
What is Pediatric Palliative care ? “Palliative care for children is the active total care of the child’s body, mind and spirit, and also involves giving support to the family” quoted from WHO website. The goal of pediatric palliative care is to improve the quality of life for both the Continue Reading…..