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Diabetes mellitus, also known as just diabetes, is a metabolic condition that raises blood sugar levels.
Insulin is a hormone that transports sugar from the blood into your cells where it can be stored or utilised as fuel. When you have diabetes, your body can't use the insulin it does make or doesn't produce enough of it.
Diabetes-related high blood sugar left untreated can harm your kidneys, nerves, eyes, and other organs. However, you can safeguard your health by learning about diabetes and taking measures to prevent or control it.
 
There are several varieties of diabetes:
Type 1: Diabetes type 1 is an autoimmune condition. The immune system targets and kills insulin-producing cells in the pancreas. Uncertainty surrounds the attack's origin.
 
Type 2: When your body gets resistant to insulin, type 2 diabetes develops and blood sugar levels rise. About 90% to 95%Trusted Source of people with diabetes have type 2, making it the most prevalent kind.
 
Diabetes gestational: Diabetes gestational is excessive blood sugar when pregnant. This form of diabetes is brought on by substances the placenta secretes that block insulin.

 

  • Track 1-1Prediabetes
  • Track 1-2Symptoms
  • Track 1-3Complications

The preferred form of sustenance is breast milk. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) advises introducing appropriate solid food between the ages of 6 months and 1 year after a minimum of 6 months of exclusive breastfeeding. After a year, breastfeeding can continue for as long as the mother and baby want it to, but it should only be used as a supplement to a balanced diet that includes solid meals and fluids. Practitioners should start conversations about breastfeeding before conception, outlining the several benefits: Benefits for the child's diet and brain development as well as defence against infection, allergies, obesity, Crohn's disease, and diabetes. Reduced fertility during lactation; quicker recovery to prepartum health (e.g., weight loss); and protection from osteoporosis, obesity, ovarian cancer, and premenopausal breast cancer for the mother

Type 1 diabetes in children is a condition in which your child's body no longer produces an important hormone (insulin). Your child needs insulin to survive, so the missing insulin needs to be replaced with injections or with an insulin pump. Type 1 diabetes in children used to be known as juvenile diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes. The diagnosis of type 1 diabetes in children can be overwhelming, especially in the beginning. Suddenly you and your child — depending on your child's age — must learn how to give injections, count carbohydrates and monitor blood sugar. There's no cure for type 1 diabetes in children, but it can be managed. Advances in blood sugar monitoring and insulin delivery have improved blood sugar management and quality of life for children with type 1 diabetes.

  • Track 3-1Type 1 Diabetes
  • Track 3-2Type 2 Diabetes
  • Track 3-3Risks for Children

Asphyxia, is the lack of blood and oxygen reaching the brain. When a baby's brain and other organs do not receive enough oxygen and nutrients before, during, or immediately after birth, birth asphyxia occurs. No one can prevent this from occurring. Cells cannot function effectively without oxygen and nutrition. Acid wastes accumulate in the cells and harm them.

The amount of harm depends on:

  • How long your baby does not get enough oxygen
  • How low the level of oxygen is
  • How quickly the right treatment is given
  • Track 4-1Stages
  • Track 4-2Complications
Newborn infants, more precisely those that are under four weeks old, are referred to as neonates. This is a highly vital stage in a baby's development because it's when things like eating routines are formed, when parent-child bonding starts, and most significantly, when the infant is most vulnerable to infections that could go serious. Congenital flaws or birth abnormalities are also noted at this stage.
 
As a neonate, the infant is going through a lot of changes as it learns to adapt to life outside of the womb. Its physiological systems, like the immune system and lungs, are still developing and require more protection from potential infection sources.

 


  • Track 5-1Neonatal Hypoglycemia
  • Track 5-2Neonatal Osteomyelitis
  • Track 5-3Neonatal Meningitis
The evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of congenital and acquired cardiovascular issues in foetuses, infants, children, adolescents, and young adults are the focus of the medical speciality known as paediatric cardiology.
Some children were born with structural cardiovascular differences. Some people may experience issues with the electrical system that regulates their heartbeat. Pediatric cardiologists have received specialised training to identify and treat each of these issues.
  • Track 6-1Congenital Heart Disease
  • Track 6-2CHD and Pediatrics and Interventions
  • Track 6-3CHD and Pediatrics and Imaging
  • Track 6-4CHD and Pediatrics and Quality Improvement
The area of dentistry that deals with children from infancy through puberty is known as paediatric dentistry.
Among some of the duties of a paediatric dentist are:
  • Identifying and treating oral diseases (preventive and restorative)
  • X-ray and other diagnostic test interpretation
  • Create treatment strategies to improve the dental health of paediatric patients, both those who are healthy and those who require particular medical attention.
  • Observe the expansion and development of each tooth and jaw.
  • Track 7-1 Dental Caries
  • Track 7-2Dental Treatment
  • Track 7-3Dentistry for Children
  • Track 7-4 Dental Health and Diet
Doctors that specialise in treating children's skin, hair, and nails are known as paediatric dermatologists. From infants to teenagers, they care for kids of all ages. From acne to skin cancer, they are able to identify and treat a wide range of illnesses.
Pediatric dermatologists are employed by hospitals or clinics. Children who have problems with their skin, hair, or nails are diagnosed and treated. Such actions include:
  • Treat skin diseases include vitiligo (loss of skin pigment), dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, allergic responses, and others.
  • Get rid of any skin growths like moles, cysts, or warts.
  • Laser therapies
  • A skin biopsy
  • Skin cancer treatment
  • Track 8-1Ehlers Danlos Syndrome
  • Track 8-2Vascular Birthmarks
  • Track 8-3Atopic Dermatitis
Pediatric endocrinology is a medical specialist that deals with endocrine gland diseases, including abnormalities in young children's physical growth and sexual development, diabetes, and many more. 
Type 1 diabetes is the most prevalent condition in the field, accounting for at least 50% of a normal clinical practise. Growth disorders, especially those that can be treated with growth hormones, are the second most frequent issue. The primary doctors that treat newborns and children with intersex problems are typically paediatric endocrinologists. The speciality also deals with puberty variations, hypoglycemia and other forms of hyperglycemia in childhood, as well as various issues involving the pituitary, thyroid, and adrenal glands.
  • Track 9-1Adrenal glands disorders
  • Track 9-2Multiple endocrine neoplasia, type 1 (MEN 1) and type 2 (MEN 2)
  • Track 9-3Bone and mineral disorders

Neonatal sepsis is an invasive infection that typically occurs during the neonatal era and is caused by bacteria. Reduced spontaneous activity, less vigorous sucking, apnea, bradycardia, temperature instability, respiratory distress, vomiting, diarrhoea, abdominal distention, jitteriness, convulsions, and jaundice are a few of the numerous, nonspecific signs. Clinical findings are used to make the diagnosis. Ampicillin and either gentamicin or cefotaxime are used as the first line of treatment before being quickly narrowed down to medications that are specific to the organism.

Neonatal sepsis occurs in 0.5 to 8.0/1000 births. The highest rates occur in

  • infants with low Apgar scores at birth, indicating decreased function,
  • infants with prenatal risk factors in their mothers (eg, low socioeconomic status, premature rupture of membranes)
  • Minorities
  • Males

 

A doctor who specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of blood diseases and cancers in children, adolescents, and young adults is known as a paediatric haematologist.
Pediatric haematologists identify, manage, and treat the following conditions in young teenagers:
  • Leukemias, lymphomas, brain tumours, bone tumours, and solid tumours are among the cancers.
  • abnormalities of the white blood cell, red blood cell, and platelet populations
  • abnormalities of bleeding and clotting.
  • Track 11-1 Bone Marrow Transplantation in Children
  • Track 11-2Sickle Cell Disease in Children
  • Track 11-3Thrombocytopenia
A paediatric nephrologist is an expert in the medical requirements of newborns, kids, and teenagers with kidney abnormalities and diseases. Kidney issues in children, such as renal stones and kidney failure, are diagnosed and treated by paediatric nephrologists. They also aid in controlling kidney-related illnesses like diabetes and high blood pressure.
Typically, a paediatric nephrologist:
  • examines the medical background and renal function of a patient.
  • diagnoses and treatments diseases and ailments, such as diabetes and childhood nephrotic syndrome, that damage the kidneys in children.
  • examines the findings of screenings for kidney disease, such as urine, blood, and biopsy results
  • Track 12-1Hypertension
  • Track 12-2Glomerulonephritis
  • Track 12-3Nephrolithiasis

Pediatric Nursing is a specialization of the nursing profession that focuses on pediatrics and the medical care of children, from infancy to the teenage years. This is an important field because the health of children is distinct from that of adults due to the growth and development that occurs throughout childhood.

It's important to know that becoming certified as a paediatric nurse is not necessary in order to work as a child nurse. However, for nurses who are passionate about providing care for children, having specific knowledge and training helps to boost work prospects.

  • Track 13-1Health Care Personnel
  • Track 13-2Integrative Medicine

The importance of immunizations for both world health and modern medicine cannot be overstated. Many vaccines are used in children's international immunisation programmes, however there may be subtle regional variations. For instance, compared to non-industrialized countries, the majority of industrialised countries prefer to adhere to comparable primary immunisation regimens. The difference in vaccination regimens per nation is also influenced by geography.

  • Track 14-1Vaccines & Vaccination