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October 18-19, 2021 at 10:00 AM SGT 
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As faculty, they conduct Clinical Trials and perform research to ultimately improve outcomes for Newborn Babies. These physician-scientists look for ways to treat neonatal problems-or to prevent them completely-using the least invasive and least traumatic methods to give your baby the best chance to lead a healthy life. We are one of 14 large academic medical center nurseries across the United States that participates in Neonatal Network NICHD (National Institute for Child Health and Human Development) clinical trials.

Bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) is a breathing disorder where an infant's lungs become irritated and do not develop normally. It occurs most often in low-weight infants born more than two months early. Bronchi pulmonary dysplasia is also known as: Chronic lung disease of premature babies. Chronic lung disease happens when a breathing machine or oxygen injures a premature baby's lungs. The lungs of premature babies are very fragile. They can be damaged easily. With a lung injury, the tissues inside your baby's lungs get inflamed. The tissue can break down, causing scarring.

 

Pediatric feeding disorders (also termed avoidant/restrictive food intake disorders) are conditions in which a child avoids eating or limits what or how much he or she will eat. This leads to problems including weight loss, nutritional deficiency, need for nutritional supplements, or problems with daily functioning. These disorders often limit a child’s ability to participate in normal social activities such as eating with others, and disrupt family functioning. No child/family needs to suffer.  Behavioral problems and other mental health disorders can be a heavy burden for children and teens as well as their families. Access to care is easy and treatment works! Childhood and adolescence are important developmental periods in a person’s life.Addiction and its Disorders

Pediatrics is the branch of medicine dealing with the health and medical care of infants, children, and adolescents from birth up to the age of 18. Pediatrics is a relatively new medical specialty, developing only in the mid-19th century. Abraham Jacobi (1830–1919) is known as the father of pediatrics. Pediatrics is concerned not only about immediate management of the ill child but also long term effects on quality of life, disability and survival. Pediatricians are involved with the prevention, early detection, and management of problems including:

  • Developmental delays and disorders
  • Behavioral problems
  • Functional disabilities
  • Social stresses

Mental disorders including depression and anxiety disorders

 

Premature infants, loosely defined as babies born before 34 weeks gestation, arrive in a state of arrested development. The lungs, the heart, the system, the eyes, the ears—and the brain—may not have reached their full potential when a preemie comes into the world. Lacking proper brain developmedigestive nt, premature infants are at elevated risk for problems with learning, communication, emotional regulation, and social bonding. But new research suggests that an intervention that focuses on calm, physical bonding between mother and infant can promote the development, in both the brain and body that was hindered by early birth, significantly improving long-term outcomes for preemies.

 

Necrotizing enter colitis is among the most common and devastating diseases in neonates. It has also been one of the most difficult to eradicate and thus has become a priority for research.  Conditions closely resembling necrotizing enter colitis were described before the 1960s, but the entity was not widely recognized until after the advent of modern neonatal intensive care. Since that time, the incidence of necrotizing enter colitis and the associated morbidity and mortality have remained unchanged because of ever-improving survival of the smallest infants; in some instances, these rates have actually increased. On the basis of large, multicenter, neonatal network databases from the United States and Canada, the mean prevalence of the disorder is about 7% among infants with a birth weight between 500 and 1500 g .The estimated rate of death associated with necrotizing enter colitis ranges between 20 and 30%, with the highest rate among infants requiring surgery.

 

Currently, treatment options for preventing preterm labor or birth are somewhat limited, in part because the cause of Preterm labor or birth is often unknown. But there are a few options, described below. Hormone treatment. The only preventive drug therapy is progesterone  a hormone produced by the body during pregnancy, which is given to women at risk of preterm birth, such as those with a prior preterm birth. The NICHD’s found that progesterone given to women at risk of preterm birth due to a prior preterm birth reduces chances of a subsequent preterm birth by one-third. This preventive therapy is given beginning at 16 weeks of gestation and continues to 37 weeks of gestation. The treatment works among all ethnic groups and can improve outcomes for infants.

 

The birth of a baby is a wonderful and very complex process. Many physical and emotional changes occur for both mother and baby. A baby must make many physical adjustments to life outside the mother's body. Leaving the uterus means that a baby can no longer depend on the mother's blood supply and placenta for important body functions. 

 Health statistics show that worldwide about 4 million newborn babies die each year; another 4 million babies each year are stillborn; most die in late pregnancy or labor and most newborn deaths occur in developing countries. The same statistics show that about two-thirds of deaths in the first year of life occur in the first month of life; of those who die in the first month, about two-thirds die in the first week of life and of those who die in the first week, two-thirds die in the first 24 hours of life. Eighty-five percent of newborn deaths are due to three main causes: infection, birth asphyxia, and complications of prematurity and low birth weight (LBW).In addition to the direct causes of death, many newborns die because of their mother’s poor health (see Box 2.1), or because of lack of access to essential care. Sometimes the family may live hours away from a referral facility or there may not be a skilled health worker in their community. The newborn child is extremely vulnerable unless he or she receives appropriate basic  newborn care. When newborns don’t receive this essential care, they quickly fall sick and too often they die. For premature or LBW babies, the danger is even greater.care, also called essential.

 

 Maternal Fetal Medicine specialist is a doctor specializes in providing care for women who are at high risk problems during their pregnancies. Maternal Fetal Medicine specialist gives regular prenatal care for women with high-risk pregnancies which help to manage the mother's existing health problems, such as high blood pressure and diabetes. MFM is a sub-specialty of obstetrics which focuses on the treatment and diagnosis of expectant mothers and their unborn babies.  Specialist gives regular prenatal care for women with high-risk pregnancies and helps to manage the mother's existing health problems, such as high blood pressure and diabetes. MFM physician frequently monitors the growing fetus to check for the developmental conditions. We can also check for any birth defects and genetic disorders with tests such as amniocentesis and umbilical cord sampling. An MFM specialist will work closely with pregnant women and her regular health providers for a safe labor and delivery.

 

Mostly new born babies are admitted to the NICU, they comes under premature (born before 37 weeks of pregnancy), have low birth weight (less than 5.5 pounds), or have a health condition that requires special care. Neonates who require intensive medical attention are often admitted into the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) in the hospital.  These premature babies require a special care in an incubator, which provides heat to keep a constant body temperature and mimics the uterine environment. IV hydration and other evidence-based therapies are given to them along with high caloric food. Some of the below reasons might sent babies to NICU.Infants born prematurely have unique nutritional needs. The nutrition will have a lifelong impact which is provided during the first days, weeks, and months after birth. Without proper weight gain, new-born are at risk for delays in their growth and development. Numerous studies from around the world suggest that Breast milk is the safest and healthiest food for babies. It provides all the essential nutrition for infants. Breast feeding protects infants from a long list of illnesses along with better development and stronger immune system.

  • Breastfeeding facts
  • Essential Vitamins & Minerals
  • Management of Food Hypersensitivity
  • Malnutrition in Children
  • Food Allergies in Pediatrics
  • Iron Deficiency Anemia
  • Constipation in Toddlers
  • Preventing Vitamins deficiency

 

 Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health specializes in the emotional and behavioral needs of children, adolescents, young adults and their families. Concerns such as depression and anxiety and behavior problems like ADHD if left untreated, lead to a child's failure in school, separation from their families, drug involvement, delinquency, and suicide.  No child/family needs to suffer.  Behavioral problems and other mental health disorders can be a heavy burden for children and teens as well as their families. Access to care is easy and treatment works! Childhood and adolescence are important developmental periods in a person’s life.Addiction and its Disorders.

  • Adolescent Psychology
  • Child Mental Health and Psychology
  • Child Psychiatry
  • Geriatric and Pediatric Psychiatry
  • Management and treatment of Mental Health issues
  • Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing
  • Schizophrenia and Nursing Care
  • Sleep Disorder and Medicine

 

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