Pediatrics. Children are the future of the world!

9.8.2021 0

Pediatric medicine has changed significantly over the past 25 years, with parents seeking information and expressing concerns about everything from certain types of baby food to vaccines. Despite all the technological advances of the past two decades, the goal of pediatric medicine remains the same. "Our goal is - and always has been - compassionate care, always making sure that our children are happy, healthy and grow up well in a safe environment.
Pediatric medicine deals with the medical care of infants, children, and adolescents. It usually concerns children from birth to 18 years of age. Pediatricians are called pediatricians. As you might expect, because of the physiological and emotional differences that exist between adults and children, pediatricians receive specialized training that enables them to effectively address the health needs of young patients.
Pediatric medicine is not so simple, it is "miniature". In addition to the obvious differences in body size that exist between pediatric and adult patients, a number of other issues arise. Since most pediatric patients are still physically developing while in their care, pediatricians must pay special attention to growth and developmental issues that are not typically present in adult patients. These considerations have a significant impact on the course of treatment prescribed by pediatricians compared to the treatment of adults facing similar conditions.
Pediatrics is primarily concerned with the physical, emotional and social health of children from birth. Interested in more than just physical well-being, pediatricians are concerned with the prevention, early detection, and management of behavioral, developmental, and functional social problems that affect their patients. Depending on the age of the patient, the measurements associated with these parameters may vary. The pediatrician is concerned with the biological, social, and environmental influences on the developing child, as well as the impact of disease or dysfunction on development. The pediatrician also interacts with parents or guardians to determine the health status of patients, and to educate and provide preventive guidance on normal health and growth of the child.

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