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Sepsis – Dr. Praveen Venkatagiri

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Hello everybody, today I am going to talk about sepsis in newborn. Sepsis means infection in the blood. Infection means invasion of disease causing organisms into the tissues of the body. There are millions of bacteri...

UTI in Kids – Dr. Kirthi Vidyasagar

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UTI in Kids Urinary tract infection refers to an infection of the urine and lining of the organs of the urinary tract which include the bladder, ureters, which are the tubes connecting bladder to kidneys and the kidn...

Croup – Dr. Kirthi Vidyasagar

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Croup is a respiratory tract infection that can cause a swelling in the larynx, which is your voice box and the upper airways. It is almost always caused by a virus, in particular by the para influenza virus. It is fr...

Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye) – Dr. Kirthi Vidyasagar

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Conjunctivitis or pink eye means infection of the conjunctiva, which is the thin transparent layer that covers the white of the eye and the inner layer of the eyelids. Now the causes for conjunctivitis can include vir...

Pneumonia – Dr. Kirthi Vidyasagar

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Pneumonia is a term used to define any infection of the lungs. Now, pneumonia can be caused by a virus which is one of the more common causes in children and a bacteria. There are some non-infective causes where pneum...

Slapped Cheek Disease – Dr. Kirthi Vidyasagar

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Slapped cheek disease is a mild, self-limiting viral illness that is caused by the parvovirus B19. It affects children primarily and can, not so commonly affect teens and adults also. Now, once infected with the virus...

Gastroenteritis and Dehydration – Dr. Kirthi Vidyasagar

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Diarrhea is defined as the passing of three or more unformed loose stools. There are three types of diarrhea, one is acute where it can last anywhere between one to seven days. It can be persistent if it is lasting up...

Hand foot Mouth disease – Dr. Kirthi Vidyasagar

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Hand, foot and mouth is a contagious viral disease that is caused by the coxsackievirus most commonly and rarely by the other related viruses. It commonly affects children who are less than ten years of age and uncomm...

Appendicitis – Dr. Kirthi Vidyasagar

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The appendix is a finger like extension of the large intestine and is found in the right lower quadrant. It has no function or use in the body, an inflammation or infection of this appendix is called as appendicitis. ...

Cytomegalovirus (CMV) in Pregnancy – Dr. Srisailesh Vitthala

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What is CMV Infection? Cytomegalovirus infection is a viral infection. It is commonly known as CMV infection. It presents with simple symptoms like headaches, body aches, sore throat and fever. Most of the people who...