Category Archives: Pediatrics

Pediatrics: clinical information, the latest articles and medical research from around the world gathered for the medical community in India.

Evidence Based Weighing Policy during the First Week to Prevent Neonatal Hypernatremic Dehydration while Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding is the most complete and balanced nutrition, it contains antibodies, enzymes, hormones and all the necessary nutrients in ideal proportions…

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Comprehensive Retinal Image Analysis for Aggressive Posterior Retinopathy of Prematurity

Retinopathy of Prematurity is a progressive disorder that affects premature infants of very low birth weight, who have been exposed to high ambient oxygen concentrations such as…

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A Controlled Before-and-After Perspective on the Improving Maternal, Neonatal, and Child Survival Program in Rural Bangladesh: An Impact Analysis

There has been substantial progress in reducing maternal, neonatal and under-five mortality rates over the past two decades…

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Measuring Poverty in Southern India: A Comparison of Socio-Economic Scales Evaluated against Childhood Stunting

It was estimated that 1.4 billion people lived in extreme poverty with a large gap between the rich and the poor…

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Maternal Micronutrient Supplementation and Long Term Health Impact in Children in Rural Bangladesh

A growing body of evidence indicates that the nutritional background of a woman during pregnancy and especially during early life is a critical determinant of her offspring’s subsequent health outcomes such as sub-optimum growth and mortality…

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Nutrition and Immunity for Infant and Child Health Workshop

Nutrition plays a critical role in health and development of a nation. Infants and young children represent the most nutritionally vulnerable stages of the life cycle. Young children pay a life-long price from the impacts of undernutrition.

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Natural History of Cryptosporidiosis in a Longitudinal Study of Slum-Dwelling Bangladeshi Children

Diarrheal disease is the second leading cause of death in children under age five worldwide, with cryptosporidiosis estimated to be second only to rotavirus as…

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