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- The pediatrician - neonatologist Davakis Michael, offers medical services based on love for the child. Provides advisory support for pregnant, 24-hour availability and support.
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Dr Fotoulaki Maria - Pediatric Gastroenterologist Thessaloniki - Associate Professor of Pediatric Gastroenterology, AUTh.I graduated from the Medical School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh). I obtained the specialty of Pediatrics in Thessaloniki (D Paediatrics Clinic of AUTh) in January 1991. I was awarded a Ph.D. of the Medical School of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in October 1995 with a doctoral thesis entitled "Clinical Application of Immune Indicators in the Diagnosis and Monitoring of Enteropathy From hypersensitivity to childhood gluten ". From 1991 to 1994 I was trained in the diagnostic and therapeutic treatment of problems in Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Nutrition and Cystic Fibrosis in the Department of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Cystic Fibrosis of the Pediatric Clinic of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. From 1994 to 1998 I worked as a curator of the National Health System, responsible for pediatric gastrointestinal nutrition and cystic fibrosis in the Pediatric Clinic of the University of Crete. During this time I have been trained in the endoscopy of the digestive tract of children and adults in the Gastroenterology Clinic of the University of Crete. From 1998 to 2002, I served as a B C-Coordinator at the Pediatric Clinic of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. In 2001 I was trained in the modern diagnostic methods of the digestive tract (esophageal permeability, esophagus and rectum manometry, exhalation tests) in the gastroenterological department of the Reine Fabiola University Hospital of the Free University of Brussels. In December 2002, he was elected Professor of Pediatric-Pediatric Gastroenterology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. I serve at the post of Deputy Professor since July 2014 and I am in charge of the Cystic Fibrosis Unit of the Interdisciplinary Center of Cystic Fibrosis of the Medical School of AUTh at Papageorgiou Hospital. As a faculty member I teach the courses of pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology, nutrition and cystic fibrosis to students in the IA and IB semester of undergraduate studies, in specialized doctors and postgraduate students. I am a coordinator of the postgraduate course entitled "Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition" of the postgraduate program of AUTh and I teach in the postgraduate program of the University of Thessaly. I participate with postgraduate courses in the educational program of the Hellenic Gastroenterological Society (Department of Northern Greece) and the Hellenic Society for the Study of the Liver. My research work focuses on Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Nutrition and Cystic Fibrosis. I am in charge of doctoral theses and diploma theses and research programs. I have always been involved in many Greek and international conferences with announcements. I have published more than 60 papers in international and Greek magazines after a crisis. I have also written 20 chapters in textbooks, a doctoral dissertation and more than 100 published summaries in volumes of Greek conferences and international journals. I am a speaker or co-ordinator on many roundtables on hepatology, nutrition (normal diet and problems such as undernutrition or obesity), celiac disease, inflammatory bowel disease, cystic fibrosis, abdominal pain, food allergy Cow's milk allergy, eosinophilic oesophagitis), stagnation in body development, gastroesophageal reflux, vomiting, constipation, Several speeches have been made to clubs of celiac patients in Greece and Cyprus as well as to associations of parents or patients with Cystic Fibrosis and inflammatory bowel disease. I am a member of seven Greek and two European Scientific Societies. I am the chair of the Hellenic Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology of Hepatology and Nutrition, of which I am a founding member and I have been Vice-President and Secretary-General. I was eleven years member of the Editorial Committee of the journal Paediatrics of Northern Greece. I am a reviewer in many international journals and thematic editor at Annals of Gastroenterology. I have organized five conferences and I have been a member of an organizing committee of twelve conferences (including two international ones). I was 2 times a member of the KESY working group (each time with a six-month term) to recognize the specialization of Pediatric Gastroenterology. I am a member of the Greek Working Group on Celiac Disease and the Scientific Advisory Group of Cystic Fibrosis Patients.
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- Dr Zacharias Katsikadamos Designated pediatrician specializing in pediatric teaching hospital FREIBURG Germany and a PhD from the same University. Eighteen specializing in neonatal intensive care and pediatric university clinic specializing in child and allergology. The clinic operates ultrasound.
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Gida Anna - Pediatrician Kalambaka - Clinical Trials - Infant Monitoring - Breastfeeding Kalambaka TrikalaGIDA ANNA's office is located in Kalambaka, on the street Trikalon 114-116 (1st floor). The physician is a specialist in the University Hospital of Larissa. Her aim is to provide high quality services to children of all ages, respecting the needs of each individual.
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Konstantopoulou Ioanna - Paediatrician Sepolia Athens - International Certified Breastfeeding Consultant IBCLC - Athens Pediatric Center CuratorKonstantopoulou Ioanna Pediatrician, International Certified Breast Advisor IBCLC, Curator of the Athens Pediatric Center since July 2014 Konstantopoulou Ioanna, pediatrician, A 'pediatrician at the Athens Pediatric Center, has 15 years of primary care experience, while IBCLC as an Internationally Certified Breast Advisor helps mothers to start breastfeeding and troubleshoot them. STUDIES 2016: Master of Science in Toxicology, School of Health Sciences, University of Larissa. 2004: Acquisition of Pediatric Specialty, 2nd Pediatric Clinic of the University of Athens. 1986 - 1993: ATHENS NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF KAPODISTRIAS, Department of Health Sciences - Medical School, Degree of Excellence "Very Good" (7,80). 1986: High school diploma "Hellenic Education" with grade 20. professional experience 2005 - today: Private pediatrician, Sepolia, Athens. 2014 - today: Private pediatrician, Kythira. 2014 - today: Curator A of the Pediatric Center of Athens. 2014 - today: International Board Certified Lactation Consultant IBCLC International Certified Consultant. 2011 - 2013: Pediatrician at IKA - ETAM Nea Ionia, Man and Child Protection Station. 2006 - 2010: Pediatrician at IKA - ETAM of Koropi, Markopoulo Local Clinic. 1999 - 2004: Specialist Doctor at the 2nd Pediatric Clinic of the University of Athens, Children's Hospital "P. & A. Kyriakou ". 1997 - 1999: Private Doctor of 24-hour primary care in a tourist resort (half a year), Chania. 1994 - 1997: Rural Doctor, Vamos Health Center, Chania. 1994: Specialist in Pathology, General Hospital "Agia Olga", Athens. Foreign Languages English French
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PAEDIATRICIAN - ANALIPSI THESSALONIKI - TZETZI OLGA - PhD IN PAEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY - CHILDREN CARE - WEIGHT CONTROLKNOWLEDGE MEANS POWER Pediatrician in Analipsi area in Thessaloniki. She was born on 09/01/1974. She graduated from the Medical School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 1998. She specialized in Paediatrics in Great Britain.She has completed her PhD in Paediatric Neurology at University of Thessaloniki. Her PhD title was '' Recognition, frequency and etiological investigation of epileptic syndromes in children.'' She worked as a paediatrician and neonatologist at St. Luke's private Hospital of Thessaloniki, for three years and maintains a private practice since 2005. She was a paediatrician at preschool ATPSYTE for two years. She is the paediatrician of Mutual Health Fund of National Bank personnel in Northern Greece from 2005 to today. THE FIRST MOMENTS OF YOUR BABY… Once the baby is born, it is obvious that all the attention will be turned on him. The pediatrician will give him his first care. It is most likely your baby to cry immediately after birth. In this case, the paediatrician will wipe, will cut the umbilical cord, will make a brief examination and will give him to his mum. There is a possibility that the newborn will require resuscitation few minutes after birth (stimuli to cry or administration of oxygen). In the beginning probably he has a white-blue color and is covered by vernix. In the body and the head could have traces of blood, while the head may have slightly long and narrow shape, after the passage of the genetic tube. The paediatrician will do five simple tests once the baby is born. These are assessed by the Apgar scale which includes the following tests: • Frequency of heart rate. To evaluate the intensity and regularity of the heartbeat. 100 beats per minute are rated 2 under 100-1 and lack of pulse 0. • Breathing. For evaluation of lung maturity. The normal breathing (40-60 breaths / minute) scored 2, 1 with arrhythmia and the shortness of breath with 0. • Movements. It is an indication of muscle tone. Active movements are rated 2, the few with 1 and the defective with 0. • Skin color. To determine if the lungs are able to supply the blood with oxygen. The pink skin scored with 2, the bluish ends with 1 and the total blue skin with 0. • Reflexes. The crying and grimacing indicate that the baby reacts to stimuli. Crying is rated 2, the slow crying with 1 and 0 with silence. Most babies graded between 7 and 10. After 5 minutes the test is repeated. The cutting of the umbilical cord and the first contact... The appropriate moment the umbilical cord is clamped with two hemostatic forceps to stop the bleeding. One is placed near the navel, the second at a distance two three centimeters. The umbilical cord is then cut between the clamps. Immediately following childbirth the midwife and the pediatrician will begin resuscitation of the newborn. If your baby's breathing is normal, there is no reason not to get immediately embrace. In order not to be cold, will descend with a blanket or with a towel. The blandly caresses you, the sound of your heart and your voice will be very good for the baby. His eyes are securely nailed to your face and make movements with his hands, as if to swim towards you. As you hold it in your lap, you will realize the flame of motherhood - a mixture of love, pride, concern and admiration with immense fatigue that comes after the shocking experience of childbirth. When confirm the good condition of your baby, do not hesitate to ask the staff to leave you alone with your baby and your partner in the maternity room. You can then relax and enjoy the amazing new experience. Good to breastfeed the baby immediately to induce the rapid expulsion of the placenta... These minutes have to dedicate exclusively to baby to get acquainted and to enable it to learn the sound of your voice. Hold 20 to 25 cm from your face, because only in this distance will distinguish your features well. Smiling and talking softly with singer voice, because newborns are based on high vocal tones. It is also good, your partner, to get the baby and hug it in the first half hour of his birth. Men linked equally quickly with their babies as women. Before you take the infant from the the delivery room, will hang over him a kind of identity to know all the staff at the maternity hospital that belongs to you. This is a plastic wristband that is placed on the wrist of your baby and remains as it is in the maternity hospital. These bracelets write the surname of the baby, the date and time of birth and weight of the newborn. As most mothers will probably want and you can keep the wristband as a souvenir. As your baby grows, you will find it incredible that the wrists and ankles were once so tiny. HIS FIRST EXAMINATION… Shortly after birth, the pediatrician will examine again the infant to make more specific tests. He will check if the proportions of the face and the body are normal. We will consider whether there are indications back spina bifida. It will also examine the opening of the anus, the fingers of the hands and feet. Also checked and the number of vessels in the umbilical cord. Usually these are three: two arteries and one vein. Then the baby will be weighed and measured the circumference of the head and body length. This preliminary test takes only a few seconds. Diet for growing child... Correct diet ....correct growth When your child starts school, begins to grow very quickly and increase activities. Children need much more energy and nutrients than adults. Here are some practical tips that will help parents make informed food choices for their children. Q: What should my child eat? A: Children need a healthy, balanced diet rich in fruits and vegetables. Encourage your child to choose a variety of foods to ensure the supply of a variety of nutrients. Remember to include the following types of food: • Milk, yogurt, cheese, nuts, soya beans: rich in calcium, which is essential for healthy bones and teeth • Breakfast cereals, margarine and fish: they are good sources of vitamin D, which helps the smooth movement of calcium in the blood and therefore healthy bones. The main sources of vitamin D is the effect of solar radiation on the skin, but remember to avoid strong sun, especially at midday, where there is the risk of sunburn. • `Red meat, liver, and fish, which are rich sources of iron. The lentils, green vegetables and cereals are also good sources of iron. Iron is needed for healthy blood system, especially for teenage girls who have many more losses due to menstruation. • Oranges, lemons, tomatoes and potatoes: they are good sources of vitamin C, which is essential for the health of the organization. It also helps in the absorption of iron, so it's a good idea to be given to your child to eat or drink something containing vitamin C, such as a glass of fresh juice with a meal rich in iron to increase the amount of iron absorbed from the body. • Milk, margarine, butter, green vegetables, carrots and apricots: they are good sources of vitamin A, which is important for good vision and healthy skin • You should avoid giving your children swordfish and marlin, because these types of fish contain relatively large amount of methylmercury, which can affect the developing nervous system of children. Sweets and snacks The consumption of sweets between meals causes tooth decay. Viands such as cakes, biscuits, chocolate and sweets have more sugar and fat and are low in vitamins and minerals. So if your child is consuming such foods: - Make sure to eat only occasionally and in small quantities, so they are only a small part of the total diet - Encourage your child to brush his teeth every day - Try to choose one day a week as a day you eat sweet or you can do this weekend. Q: My child is overweight. You should be dieting? A: If you encourage your child to have a healthy, balanced diet, limit the quantities of foods that have sugar and fat, and attract both have enough physical activity, you can achieve a good health of body weight. However, if you are worried about your child's weight, consult your pediatrician before starting any diet. Q: How can I encourage my child to eat healthy meals at school? A: "As long as the child grows, it tends to follow the eating habits that exist at home. If your child gets used to eating at school, talk to him about what you eat and try to have variety in meals. Q: How can I be sure that my child receives healthy ready meals''''? A: The variety in foods is important for a balanced diet. Sometimes it is difficult to prepare varied, interesting and healthy meals'' ready''. Approximately one third of our diet should consist of carbohydrates like bread. The sandwiches are often used as'' ready meals.'' Approximately one third of our diet should consist of carbohydrates like bread. The sandwiches are often used as '' ready meals.'' For a healthier option make sandwiches using whole grain bread. Use for filling low-fat foods such as turkey, tuna, cottage cheese , Edam cheese or mozzarella . Put salad but avoid mayonnaise which has a lot of fat. Remember to include some fruit in the meal you are preparing for school and for more calcium and protein, you can add a yogurt. Fruits and vegetables You should consume at least five servings of fruits and vegetables every day. Try to give your child fruits and vegetables as snacks between meals, as well as part of the main meal. Give your child fresh fruit or cut to form fruit. Q: What can you say about fruit juices trade? A: Fruit juices sold are very convenient, but sometimes have a high sugar content, so make sure your child to drink such juices only with main meals. Also, sweet drinks can damage teeth. So you should encourage your child to drink water or milk to intermediate meals. Vegetarian diet If you follow vegetarian diet for your child, you must be careful so that the child can get enough protein and iron. • Source of protein are milk, egg and cheese. • Source of iron are cereals, green vegetables like spinach and prunes. Remember that it is easier to absorb iron from food if we eat or drink something containing vitamin C, when we consume foods rich in iron. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS FOR PARENTS preschool and toddlers Answers by pediatrician Preschool 1. Why my child is afraid to have a bath? All children have that fear at some point in their lives and usually considered normal growth point. These fears are considered abnormal when they are persistent or when the child then keep busy with the issue that scared, so that it interferes with their daily activities when your child can be reassured or distracted by fear (ie when becomes phobia), or when going for some irrational fear. Whether a fear is irrational or not depends on the child's age and level of anaptyxiologiko. For example, a two year child is normal afraid to sit on the potty but it would be absurd for an 8 year old to have the same fear. Toddlers normally have simple fears separation, noises, falling when fears, fears of animals and insects, fear to use the potty in the bathroom and during nighttime sleep. The fear of the bathroom looks like a common problem and usually passes but that does not mean you have to force your child to continue to have a bath because it can lead to further crying. On the other side does not have to stop completely bathe the child, since it should be clean, without of course need daily shampooing. It may help to use different things, toys, bubbles, colors in the bathroom, playing favorite music child's bath time etc. to let your child choose some games before shampooing may help. You can also let them play in the tub without water in order to get used to being there. You can also use sponges for a few days or weeks. Others who can help: • Do not let your child see the water filling the tub or out of the bathtub • Bathe with child • When you leave the bathroom child playing next and put it to help you wash it off with water rinsing your head etc. • Take your child with you to the market to buy some new toys for the bath • Try to make your child bathroom at different times of the day. If you usually have a bath before bedtime, try to do it earlier in the day or in the morning. • Allow the child to have a bath some of the dolls or teddy bears or other toys and put the monitor you to make you bathroom these games. • Define an activity monitor your child's favorite video or reading a favorite tales from the bathroom, so that the child something pleasing to wait after swimming • Make or buy some waterproof dolls 2. When can I stop using a highchair? You must put your child in a highchair for meals until you can run alone from this that at about age 3 or at least use an auxiliary chair when the child shows that can be downloaded from the chair earlier. 3. How can I make the kid to brush his teeth ? As soon as they start to strip child's teeth should start to care for them using a sterile wet Gazouli . Once you start to show a lot more teeth , you can start using soft infant toothbrush . A very small amount of child toothpaste can be used once the child learned to rinse his mouth. Most of preschool Thanksgiving washing their teeth. Some suggestions to make brushing teeth fun for these kids who resist are: • Allow your child to brush his teeth at the same time • Allow to choose a few toothbrushes with his favorite characters and let it choose which ones to use each time (this would make sense that it controls the same situation ) • Leave the first brushing teeth alone (he is very likely to have to do the same too , ie to brush your own teeth ) Also you can buy the game as a dental kit and / or to read a children's book for cleaning teeth . All members of the house can brush their teeth simultaneously with the child and make a kind of race to see who can brush the first . To help your child understand the importance of brushing , you should hold it sometimes drinking or eating something that may temporarily '' paint '' the teeth and then the brush to clean them. It can also be a good idea to create a routine brushing teeth '' which includes eg playing some music , and stick to the same routine every day. Regular brushing is very important for the health of your child's teeth . If you continue to have problems, visit a pediatric dentist. Remember that most children are fluorinated toothpastes and must use a very small amount, as the size of a pea. The consumption of excessive amounts of toothpaste with fluoride can lead to tooth fluorosis. 4. How can I stop my child biting ? The bite of adults or other children is common behavior at this age. The bite of adults or other children is common behavior at this age . It is important not to overreact when this happens , you just have to explain to the child that this is unacceptable behavior . What to do: • Immediately look your child in the eye and tell them a strong and stable '' NO '' ! You may need to move it somewhere else at that time for a break. Explain that it is never acceptable to bite others because it hurts. • Watch your child when he is with other children so as to distract or stop any behavior that can lead to bite. • It is very important not to overreact and never bite you and the child in retaliation. If the bite and you or apply corporal punishment would just prove that there was nothing and when biting others. • Epainiste when the controls himself and does not bite . 5. When do I start potty ? Most children show signs of readiness for potty training between the ages of 18 months and 3 years . These signs is their ability to stay dry for at least two hours at a time, be able to follow simple instructions , feel uncomfortable with soiled diapers and want to change someone, they ask the same to use the potty or toilet and regularly ask to wear the underwear. Also you should be able to tell when your child wants to urinate or empty the bowel from the expression on his face , the attitude that gets and what he says. If your child starts telling you when it has soiled diaper would have to praise and reinforce it so the next time you mention it earlier . However there is no rush to start making the diaper . If you start too early , but the child is ready , you will just prolong the whole process. 6. When I move my child from crib to bed ? When the child is able to climb out of the crib , it is time to move in bed for toddlers. The usual age is between 18 months and 2 years . Moving to another bed can be a stressful process for many children and is an important part of their development. Some tips to ease this transition are: • Let your child participate in the selection of new beds . Allow to choose things for the bed that have the theme of their favorite heroes. • Place the new bed in the child's room for a few months to help her get used to . • Start the bedtime routine at the new bed and then, if he wants to move the cot when he is ready to sleep. • Let sleeping in a new bed during the day. • Move the widest range of games and things from the cradle to the new bed. • Leave it to sleep for a few nights on the floor in the crib mattress . • Place the bed at the point of his room where his crib . What you need to remember is to avoid changing bed stressors for children's magazines such as the arrival of a new baby in the family, a move or the start of kindergarten . Another clever way to remind your child that " babies " to sleep in " beds for babies " and that it raised now and must leave the old cot for a baby and that sleeping in " bed for older kids ." Because moving can be stressful your child , be sure to give it more attention during this period and keep the bedtime routine so as not to create problems sleeping . If the child does not want to sleep in a new bed and leave the old one, then , since it can climb and get out of the old, you can delay the move for a few more months and try again later. Keep talking about it and finally narrow - napping during the day - to bed. Although not necessarily have to move the child to a new bed or because you have to put the smaller sibling to the old or because the child climbs out of the old, then it is better to put the crib away somewhere so as not to remind then to the child. toddlers 1. Why does my child have imaginary friend ? It is normal to have a preschool child imaginary friends . It is more common in first-born children or only children , especially if you have a vivid imagination . The imaginary friend can provide companionship, allows the child to be responsible for someone and to control someone and finally helps to taste many of the good and bad things dreams . If the child is also a social and befriends other children, then you should not worry if one or more imaginary friends . Moreover this is a personal piece of your child's life and unless you ask to take part in the fantastic life, we must respect the privacy of the child and to stay away from the imaginary world. 2. How can I stop thumb sucking / pacifier use ? Many children stop the DUMMY thumb and use pacifiers close to their third birthday. If your child has not done at this age , you should seriously consider quitting this habit when the child sucks his thumb or use a pacifier almost throughout the day, when the habit affects communication and socializing , when a problem in pronunciation of words or problems in the development of the oral cavity. Some ways to stop the child's pacifier use is to offer him a reward or a gift , you begin to limit the use of pacifiers (initially confine it inside the home) , replace the consolation of thumb in other ways (eg hold child's hand when they are upset or sad ) , use a substitute and keep his mouth busy singing a song , playing a musical instrument and a snack . Avoid discouragement to the child or to say that they do this only babies .'' Also avoid nag the child or convert the whole process into battle. As restless as he looks to find relief in thumb sucking or pacifier . 3. Why does my child lie about things? It is common for preschool children to lie. At this age do not always know the difference between reality and rich fantasy lives . Children also sometimes say lies to avoid punishment or because they want to imitate the behavior of adults. It is very important to encourage your child to tell the truth and you can set a good example by telling the truth too . Avoid severe punishments when you discover that your child has lied because next time I will avoid deliberately to tell the truth. 4. When can I stop using car seat ? You should use a chair in the back seat of the car until the child is about 10 pounds. Then you put a booster chair in the back seat of the car so you can use the car's seat belt . Many parents make the mistake of using very early the seat belts of the car. The child may use it only when it passes over the belly , otherwise it is dangerous to hit in an accident. 5. When you stop my child stutters ? Many toddlers and preschoolers tend to stutter when they start talking , and while many parents are concerned , these children will outgrow it as they get older and their speech will be completely normal. Because Most of these children do not stutter as adults , this normal stage of development of speech is referred to as psefdotraflisma . When children learn to talk , you repeat certain words to hum and haw speech , replace words with each other and they can not say certain words . Children with psefdotraflisma usually repeat some short words and syllables . The stuttering usually comes and goes and notice when the child is excited , anxious or very tired but so often we do not notice . Usually it is not known what causes make the child stutters but seems to be genetic and occurs in some families , so a child is more likely to stutter and stammer when one parent. Stuttering can also happen to a child who is experiencing intense sres for example changing nursery , removal , the birth of a baby in the family , etc. The stuttering is more common in boys. Stuttering usually not much of a concern for not insisting on more than two or three months , or at least improved gradually in this time. To subside on its own, there are some steps you need to do to help your child: • Do not fix it and do not stop when he speaks and ask others not to correct it also • Do not ask him to repeat what he said • Do not make it to practice saying certain words or syllables • Make sure that you speak slowly and clearly to your child and give him the time he needs to finish what they are trying to say • Talk to your child long discussing how he spent his day and reading books • Try to reduce stress and situations that may aggravate stuttering If you just ignore the stuttering , it will fall by itself without any other intervention. You should support your child especially when you see that stuttering before it. The true stuttering is less common than psefdotraflisma . Unlike psefdotraflisma children , children with true stuttering is more likely to have major repeats some short words or syllables . While both may be true stuttering goes and comes , it happens more often than psefdotraflisma . Also children with true stuttering are more likely to feel bad and ashamed and sometimes afraid to speak. For children with psefdotraflisma if it persists for more than two or three months , or the child is restless because he realizes , then therapy can help. Children with true stuttering should begin therapy . Febrile convulsion Information for parents The purpose of this informative article is to give some information on febrile seizures in young children . First some basic information The word describes a sudden spasms , abnormal brain activity . During an episode of spasm the child suddenly can display loss of consciousness, twitching of hands and feet, urination and color can be changed. So the child looks pale or even cyanotic (blue) . The person does not know and seizures does not remember what happened during the episode and usually presents sleepy for some time after that . It's really scary for a parent to see the child to make seizures. Most often a parent feels he can help the child during the episode. However, things are not as bad as they seem and it is essential to know as parents what has happened and what to do if your child gets convulsions. febrile convulsions When a young child has a high fever (usually during a virus infection ) can sometimes make seizures. Usually febrile seizures occur in infants aged 8 months to 5-6 years old. Most often hereditary predisposition so that febrile seizures are more common in children that one of the parents he too febrile seizures in childhood. Most people febrile seizures are of short duration, lasting 1 -2 minutes , although this time it seems like eternity for parents whose children had febrile convulsions. SOME QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Q: Are common febrile convulsions ? A: Yes , up to 5 % of children (1 in 20) may experience at least one episode. Q. Why does my child experienced febrile convulsions ? A. The most basic predisposing factors are the child's age and the presence of fever. Some families are more prone to develop febrile seizures ( hereditary predisposition ) . Q. What caused the fever ? A. In most cases it is a viral infection eg upper respiratory tract , which need not be treated with antibiotics. The pediatrician will look for other causes of fever , for example, ear infections , urine , blood or intestine and sometimes you think the likelihood of meningitis. These are the reasons that might make your child blood and urine tests or even a lumbar puncture. Q. Are febrile seizures dangerous for my child ? A. Almost never . In the majority of children are febrile seizures have no effect on the child's health long term. However, in rare cases, some children , an episode of febrile seizures can last for over half an hour , so there can be complications . In this case , the child may need further investigation. Q. Will my child reappear febrile convulsions ? A. Approximately one third of children who belong to the age where they appear usually febrile convulsion will have another seizure . Q. Are afebrile seizures epilepsy ? A. No. Epilepsy is the term used to describe various types of convulsions which are frequently repeated , always without a recognized cause, both in children and adults who do not have a fever . The risk of your child developing future epilepsy after a single episode of febrile seizures is only slightly increased compared to a child who never experienced febrile convulsions. Very rarely, seizures are more complicated and may need to be some control in this case and the child can be admitted to the hospital . Q. What about vaccinations ? A. It is very important to get your child all the necessary vaccinations . The most likely side effect after vaccination, if any, is fever . If your child has previously experienced an episode of febrile seizure is a good idea to administer antipyretic ( paracetamol) after vaccination. Q. Will my child need to take regular medication to prevent any recurrence of febrile seizures ? A. In rare cases child will need regular medication (continuous prophylaxis) . It is very likely that your pediatrician to prescribe diazepam, a drug that reduces the number of relapses and which can be administered either rectally ( by enema ) at baseline or during an episode of convulsions , either orally at 2 -3 early days of febrile . Q. Can I do something to stop the recurrence of febrile seizures to my child? A. Yes , to a point . Your child , like every other child is very likely to have disease in the future, especially in the context of a viral infection. The most important thing is to try to download timely temperature , since the precipitating cause for the occurrence of febrile seizures is fever . But we must keep in mind that antipyretics alone do not reduce the likelihood of new episodes . WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR CHILD IS NOT WELL • Check the temperature It is advisable to always have a thermometer at home if the child's temperature is over 370C, try to keep your child cool and administer timely antipyretic . • Keep your child cool Do not use very thick clothes and do not have much increased the temperature of the room. Give plenty of fluids . Formulations of paracetamol as Depon, Dolal, will reduce the body temperature of the child. Remember that the temperature rise may result from an infection of the upper respiratory tract (eg, otitis media ) , so consult your pediatrician if your child seems to be no good.
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PEDIATRIC AND NEOGNOLOGICAL MEDICINE CORINTHOS - PEDIATRIC CORINTHOS - DOCTOR OF MEDICAL SCHOOL - KATSAFADOU ALEXANDRAPRICE: 83 EDIMANDOU, CORINTH, 27410 74424 AND NOTARIE 48A, XYLKASTRO, TEL: 27430 28728 Doctor of Medicine, University of Athens Postgraduate studies at the University of Athens Neonatology - Intensive Care Specialist at MENN Alexandra Hospital. Training in developmental tests for all ages Pediatrician-Associate Pathologist Iaso. Ms. Kassafadou Alexandra is a pediatrician with extensive clinical experience. She has worked in the largest pediatric hospitals and obstetricians-Neonatal Intensive Care Units in Athens. Particularly: She specialized in Pediatrics at Children's Hospital of Hagia Sophia. She completed her PhD at the University Clinic of Aglaia Sunday School. She has worked as a Curator at the Pediatric Clinic and Developmental Unit of Penteli Children, where she monitors children with developmental disorders, speech, autistic syndromes, attention deficit disorder and more. Specialized in Neonatal-Intensive Care at the Neonatal Unit at Alexandra Hospital and participated in the long-term follow-up of newborns and children with health problems at birth who needed to be treated at the Neonatal Unit. Worked as a University Scientist at the 3rd University Pediatric Clinic - Neonatal Unit at Attica Hospital. He holds a Masters Degree from the University of Athens and holds a Masters Degree (MSc). Degree Degree 9.14 Furthermore: During all the years of her hospital career she also did research: · Sworn Doctor of Medicine at the University of Athens, with an "Excellent" degree. · He has written numerous articles in prestigious international, European and Greek medical journals. · He has participated as a speaker at many conferences. Specific areas of interest: 1. Infections: This category of research belongs to her doctoral dissertation. Her studies have been published in major European journals and the World Pediatric Association. 2. The use of cortisol in childhood and its complications. Postgraduate work 3. Development and in particular speech disorder, speech delay, school readiness test. 4. Bronchial asthma: The pulmonary function of children with bronchial asthma has been studied and may affect pulmonary function, obesity and parental wear. (The results of these studies have been announced at the World Pediatric Congress as well as at other European and Greek conferences). 5. Breast-feeding: Statistics and factors that can influence exclusive breast-feeding in modern Greece. 6. Neonology: Developmental assessment up to school age in neonates born prematurely or having other birth problems. 7. Childhood obesity: A study of obesity and high cholesterol values in the modern lifestyle. WORK EXPERIENCE: Children's Hospital "Hagia Sophia". Curator at B Pediatric Clinic and Department of Social Medicine and Developmental Pediatrics. Obstetrician - Newborn Unit Alexandra Hospital. University Scientist C University Pediatric Clinic Diagnostic and therapeutic in the office. Screening for the diagnosis and monitoring of children with bronchial asthma. Strep test: Early diagnosis of streptococcal tonsillitis (free). Rapid measurement of CRP (acute phase protein). Blood transfusions in young or difficult children (when the microbiologist cannot) Appreciate yourself taking cholesterol. Nebulization of drugs to treat seizures of bronchial asthma or bronchitis-bronchiolitis. Pulse oximetry.
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- Practice The practice of Pediatrician - Surgeon Aikaterini Babanelou is located at Kifissias Avenue 320 & Sarantaporou 37 in Kifissia. The environment of our practice is pleasant and friendly to every child, but also to the parents. The equipment of our clinic is modern and does not disturb the children during the examination. Every visit to our clinic will be pleasant and your child's problems will be treated with the necessary care that suits you. 320 Kifissias Ave. & Sarantaporos 37 | Kifissia Telephone: 2130325337 Mobile: 6976863906 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Dr. GRIPARI MARGARITA Paidiatrician RESUME Margarita Grypari graduated from the University if Athens Medical School (1981). She served as a doctor at the Regional Health Clinic of Mykonos (1981-1984) and has been trained, for five years, in Pediatrics and Neonatology, at the 2nd Pediatrics clinic of the University of Athens, at the “Aglaea Kiriakou” Children’s Hospital. She served as a pediatrician at the Mykonos Health Center (1990-2015). She became the manager of the Health Centre from 2014 until she resigned. Margarita Grypari has contributed to scientific work: Publications in Greek and foreign conferences. Speeches in scientific conferences and seminars. Presidency in various scientific conferences. Member of the Greek Pediatrics Company. She speaks very good English and French. Today she owns a private practice in Mykonos. COMMERCIAL CENTER DILOS - ARGYRAINA, Mukonos 84600 / Kikladon Phone: 2289078449 Cell: 6944641036
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- Dimitriou Ekaterini is a pediatrician in Zakynthos and provides a valid diagnosis for every pediatric problem. Its goal is to provide high quality services to all elders with respect to each individual's needs. The clinic has two separate waiting areas to avoid infections in healthy children. A room for breastfeeding and vaccinations and another room for children who are sick. The playroom has a playground and a pleasant environment. Doctors, children and adolescents up to 15 years of age are examined in the clinic. The doctor's office is easily accessible near the city and has convenient parking.
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- Pediatrician, Mykonos Pediatric surgery, Mykonos. Children's vaccines, Mykonos. Monitoring child development, Mykonos. Breastfeeding Tips, Mykonos. Tips prenatal childbirth, Mykonos. Pediatric diseases, Mykonos.
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