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    Feeding Your Toddler Conditions

    Feeding Your Toddler, The aims of feeding your toddler are: To help them grow up happy, healthy and well-nourished. To avoid pitfalls such as childhood obesity and tooth dec...

    PEG Feeding Tubes Conditions

    PEG Feeding Tubes, What are the reasons for using a PEG feeding tube? A PEG feeding tube can be used if you have difficulty with swallowing or have a problem ...

    Bottle-feeding Your Baby Conditions

    Bottle-feeding Your Baby, Bottle-feeding is something you need to prepare for by buying equipment, choosing formula and making up bottles in advance of needing them.

    Breast-feeding Your Baby Conditions

    Breast-feeding Your Baby , If you have any worries or concerns about breast-feeding then a health visitor, midwife, breast-feeding counsellor or GP will be happy to help. Most di...

    Children with Breathing Difficulties Conditions

    Children with Breathing Difficulties, Although respiratory infections are very common, not all breathing difficulties are caused by infections. The main causes of breathing diffi...

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    PEG Feeding Tubes - Indications and Management Professional

    PEG Feeding Tubes - Indications and Management, There is now evidence that delaying use of the tube has no advantage over early feeding. Benefits of PEG feeding P...

    Feeding Your Baby Conditions

    Feeding Your Baby, Bottle-feeding removes this worry (whether feeding expressed milk or formula). Bottle-feeding allows you to see how much milk your baby has ta...

    Breast-feeding Your Baby Mastitis and Breast Abscess Bottle-feeding Your Baby Weaning Your Baby Feeding Your Toddler

    Parenteral Feeding Professional

    Parenteral Feeding, Patient selection Parenteral nutrition should be considered for all patients who are malnourished or at risk of malnutrition and have a non-functioning or inaccessible ...

    Enteral Feeding Professional

    Enteral Feeding, Although it is often a life-saving manoeuvre, the patient's quality of life may be adversely affected. [ 9 ] Enteral feeding is particularly beneficial for: ...

    Infant Feeding Professional

    Infant Feeding, WHO states that at six months, other foods should complement breast-feeding for up to two years or more. [ 1 ] However, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) advises that ...

    Mulibrey Nanism Professional

    Clinical features Feeding difficulties and respiratory tract infections are the most common problems in infancy. [ 3 ] Growth failure of prenatal origin and congenital short stature...

    Silver-Russell Syndrome Professional

    Gastrointestinal/metabolic difficulties Feeding difficulties during infancy, including gastro-oesophageal reflux, oesophagitis, food aversion, poor appetite and faltering grow...

    Difficulty Swallowing (Dysphagia) Conditions

    Difficulty Swallowing (Dysphagia), There are various causes of difficulty swallowing (dysphagia). See your doctor as soon as possible if you develop dysphagia. , oesophagitis oesoph...

    Voiding Difficulties Professional

    Voiding Difficulties, Voiding difficulties causing discomfort on urination, or retention (chronic or acute), are the reflection of an imbalance between bladder contraction and urethr...

    Treacher Collins' Syndrome Professional

    Complications Feeding difficulty. Hearing loss. Speech delay . Hearing and speech difficulties may lead to educational difficulties.

    Moebius Syndrome Professional

    The incidence of autistic spectrum disorders is 30% in patients with Moebius sequence. [ 3 ] Neurological sequelae Hypotonia , pharyngeal weakness, feeding difficulties . Res...

    Breathlessness and Breathing Difficulties (Dyspnoea) Conditions

    Breathlessness and Breathing Difficulties (Dyspnoea), If you have breathlessness, you experience shortness of breath and difficulty breathing. The medical term is dyspnoea. It may co...

    Werdnig-Hoffmann Disease Professional

    The involvement of bulbar motor neurons often give tongue fasciculation, poor suck and an increasing swallowing and feeding difficulty over time. Aspiration pneumonia is an important cause of...

    Childhood Gastro-oesophageal Reflux Professional

    Do not routinely investigate or treat for GOR if an infant or child without overt regurgitation presents with only one of the following: unexplained feeding difficulties (eg, refusing to feed...

    Krabbe's Disease Professional

    Fever. Feeding difficulties. Limb stiffness. Delayed achievement of developmental milestones . Vomiting.

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