PAMF Pediatrician Dr. Kellen Glinder Shows Patient How to Use Asthma Inhaler Spacer Dr. Glinder explains how useful an MDI (metered dose inhaler) spacer is in optimally using an inhaler, in children with asthma
Mononucleosis in pediatrics DrHakim Ped Infectious Disease
Pediatric Epilepsy Surgery at Mayo Clinic Dr. Nicholas Wetjen, a neurosurgeon at Mayo Clinic, talks about when surgery might be an option for pediatric patients with Epilepsy. To read more on Epilepsy and it's treatments, click here:
Medical Careers : How to Become a Pediatrician To become a pediatrician, a science-related bachelor's degree is required, followed by four years of medical school and three to four years of a pediatrics residency. Explore becoming a pediatrician with tips from a practice administrator in this free video on career information. Expert: Mark MacBayne Bio: Mark MacBayne, with a Master of Public Health degree, is a practice manager at the University of California San Francisco Medical Center. Filmmaker: Bing Hu
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Pediatric Digestive Disorders (Part 2) About the Video: Many children have tummy aches and other digestive problems that are not usually serious in nature, but sometimes these common childhood ailments can be a sign of a larger condition that needs medical attention. In this two-part interview with Dr. Steven Czinn, viewers will learn the latest information about these disorders and how they can be treated. Specific topics covered in part two of this two-part interview include: Diarrhea in children Celiac disease Diagnosing and treating celiac disease Foods with gluten Inflammatory bowel disease - Crohn's and colitis About the Expert: Dr. Steven Czinn is the chief of pediatrics at the University of Maryland Medical Center and director of the University of Maryland Hospital for Children. He is also chairman and professor of pediatrics at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Related Links: Pediatric Digestive Disorders (Part 1) Dr. Steven Czinn www.umm.edu UMMC Hospital for Children www.umm.edu Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Hepatology www.umm.edu Podcast: Reflux in Children www.umm.edu Distributed by Tubemogul.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner - University of Cincinnati College of Nursing If you would like to learn more about how to apply for our Pediatric Nurse Practitioner degree, follow the link below: nursing.uc.edu
Pediatric Dentist A day in the life of dentistry with kids
Pediatric Medical Equipment by PediaPals Pediatric medical equipment and medical supplies designed to reduce the child's stress in the hospital and pediatrician's office resulting in a more productive practice. Ideal for children's hospitals and pediatricians, the products range from animal shape medical exam tables to accessories such as blood pressure kits. Pedia Pals make going to the doctor fun
Kids' Health & Pediatrics : Acid Reflux Disease in Infants Acid reflux disease is a very common disease among infants, and to some degree, it is a normal part of an infant's functioning. Determine when acid reflux is causing a problem, such as weight loss or congestion, withhelp from a pediatrician in this free video on preventing medical problems in children. Expert: David Hill Contact: Bio: Dr. David Hill is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and vice president of Cape Fear Pediatrics in Wilmington, NC Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC
ICPA - Holistic Pediatric Healthcare Lawrence Palevsky, MD speaks on topics of holistic care for children including ear infections, chiropractic care and dietary considerations.
Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD) Surgical Repair - Pediatric Heart Surgery Nine ( 9 ) Month Old Boy Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD) Surgical Repair. Dr. Redmond Burke MD Pediatric Heart Surgery Miami Children's Hospital Department of Cardiovascular Surgery Cardiologist: Jerome Krovetz MD Redmond111@ Office Number: 305-663-8401
Autism & Pediatric Diseases : Human Growth Hormone Side Effects in Children Human growth hormone can be artificially injected into children, and the side effects include mild scarring, pain, discomfort and swelling. Find out how human growth hormone can cause a child to have headaches, nausea and vomiting withhelp from a practicing pediatrician in this free video on pediatrics and human growth hormone side effects. Expert: David Hill Contact: Bio: Dr. David Hill is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and vice president of Cape Fear Pediatrics in Wilmington, NC Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC
A Day in the Life - Pediatrician A typical day in the life of a Pediatrician. Courtesy of CareerOneStop. Learn how to get there at . Colleges Educate. We Create Careers.
Expert Pediatrician Discusses Vaccines (Part 1/11) Natural health physician and founder Dr. Joseph Mercola interviews Dr. Larry Palevsky about vaccines. Part 1
Kids' Health & Pediatrics : What Kinds of Equipment Do Pediatricians Use? Pediatricians use a variety of equipment, including ophthalmoscopes for looking in the eye, otoscopes for looking in ears, and stethoscopes for listening to the heart and lungs. Familiarize a child with potentially scary instruments withhelp from a pediatrician in this free video on preventing medical problems in children. Expert: David Hill Contact: Bio: Dr. David Hill is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and vice president of Cape Fear Pediatrics in Wilmington, NC Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC
Pediatric Dentistry featuring Marci Mendola-Pitcher, DDS Rochester Health Rochester Health presents Marci Mendola-Pitcher, DDS - Diplomate of American Association of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), Owner, Rosen Pitcher Dental Group Pittsford, NY. is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) community-focused online resource delivering local healthcare information.
Pediatric MRI, Kid-Friendly Service As one of the first pediatric centers in the United States to use a new state-of-the-art MRI machine designed especially for kids, Children's Hospital of Michigan continues to deliver world-class, patient-friendly health care. ~ Detroit Medical Center
TLC Life Essentials - The Perfect Pediatrician It's an important decision for your family's health. Here's some tips on finding a doctor you can trust.
Pediatrician recommends Motherlove Products Dr. Alanna Levine, Pediatrician discusses about some of the basic requirements for a new mom going back to work. She suggests Medela's Freestyle breast pump, Easy Expression hands free pumping bra, and Motherlove's herbal supplements. Mom's Back to Work Breast Feeding Guide - ABC News.
Pediatric Gynecology A doctor who specializes in this field is coming to RI
Pediatric respiratory assessment Nursing students demonstrating a respiratory assessments on a pediatric patient
Meningitis - Pediatrics This patient education video is for children and their parents. It will help you understand what causes meningitis in babies, children and ***s, and how it can be diagnosed, treated, and prevented.
Exclusive: Pediatric ***philes The case of Dr. Earl Bradley, a Delaware pediatrician accused of ***ually abusing more than 100 children over 12 years, is just one of many hard to prosecute cases, reports Jan Crawford.
Pediatric Digestive Disorders (Part 1) About the Video: Many children have tummy aches and other digestive problems that are not usually serious in nature, but sometimes these common childhood ailments can be a sign of a larger condition that needs medical attention. In this two-part interview with Dr. Steven Czinn, viewers will learn the latest information about these disorders and how they can be treated. Specific topics covered in part one of this two-part program include: The special medical needs of children The role of play therapy Spitting up among infants Ways to reduce spitting up Spitting up vs. GERD (gastro-esphogeal reflux disease) GERD symptoms and treatments Pyloric stenosis and treatments Reducing reflux/GERD in older children About the Expert: Dr. Steven Czinn is the chief of pediatrics at the University of Maryland Medical Center and director of the University of Maryland Hospital for Children. He is also chairman and professor of pediatrics at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Related Links: Pediatric Digestive Disorders (Part 2) Dr. Steven Czinn www.umm.edu UMMC Hospital for Children www.umm.edu Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Hepatology www.umm.edu Podcast: Reflux in Children www.umm.edu
Gastroenteritis - Pediatrics Care of children with gastroenteritis
The Everett Clinic - Pediatrics Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson and other Everett Clinic Pediatricians talk about what makes The Everett Clinic the right choice for your child.
Pediatric Brain Tumor Diagnosis and Treatment - Mayo Clinic Dr. Gesina Keating, a Mayo Clinic pediatric neurologist and brain tumor specialist, describes symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of brain tumors in children. She also discusses why she thinks Mayo Clinic is the best place for children and their families to seek care. For more information, see
Pinworms - Pediatrics Care of children with pinworms
Live Webcast: Pediatric Capsule Endoscopy Join experts from the Komansky Center of NewYork-Presbyterian to learn about a pioneering method of making capsule endoscopy modality more pediatric-friendly. Learn about Dr. Sockolow's "Jellybean Test", live, 7:00 PM EDT (23:00 UTC) on OR- Wireless capsule endoscopy represents an extraordinary technical innovation in diagnostic gastrointestinal endoscopy. Capsule endoscopy is highly useful to evaluate for inflammatory changes in patients suspected to have small bowel Crohn's disease in whom conventional imaging failed to confirm the diagnosis. It is now the method of first choice to assess for small bowel polyps or tumors, to find a source of blood loss in obscure intestinal bleeding, and for undiagnosed malabsorptive conditions such as intestinal lymphangiectasia.
Occupational Therapy Practice: Pediatrics (Sensory Integration) Aki Funahashi, a USC Occupational Therapy Alumni, now works with children in a pediatric therapy setting. In this video he talks about his practice. Aki is one example of what it means to be an occupational therapist. Learn more about occupational therapy and how to become an occupational therapist at www.usc.edu/ot.
Pediatric Emergencies & Asthma (Part 1) About the Video: Asthma is the most common chronic illness of school-age children. It is also one of the main reasons that children need to go to the emergency department. This two-part discussion with Dr. Keyvan Rafei covers the symptoms, triggers, and treatments for asthma, focusing on ways to manage the condition for children in an effort to reduce how often they get sick and must visit the hospital. Specific topics covered in part one of this two-part program include: Reasons for pediatric ER visits Increases in asthma emergencies Anatomy involved with asthma Asthma symptoms Symptoms of asthma attacks Allergy triggers About the Expert: Dr. Keyvan Rafei is the head of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at the University of Maryland Hospital for Children. He is also an assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Related Links: Pediatric Emergencies & Asthma (Part 2) Dr. Keyvan Rafei www.umm.edu UMMC Hospital for Children www.umm.edu Overview: Pediatric Asthma Program www.umm.edu Patient Success Story www.umm.edu Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Dont Panic! The ABCs of Pediatric Emergencies Dr. Christine Cho explore how to handle pediatric emergencies and when to go to the emergency room. Series: UCSF Mini Medical School for the Public [11/2009] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 16724]
Pediatric ***phile? A Delaware doctor is indicted after complaints of molestation by parents of his patients, reports Jan Crawford.
Bronchiolitis - Pediatrics This health education video is for parents of young children. It will give you tips for preventing bronchiolitis in your child, as well as explain what causes it, what the symptoms are, how to treat it and when to call the doctor.
HLHS - Pediatric Heart Surgery Palliation for Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome Redmond Burke MD Pediatric Heart Surgery Miami Children's Hospital Department of Cardiovascular Surgery Anesthesiologist: Danielle Madrill MD Pediatric Cardiologist: Abdul Aldousany MD Assistant: Frank Alonso RNFA Chief Perfusionist: Jorge Ojito
American Academy of Pediatrics on Circumcision After reviewing 40 years worth of medical studies, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Task Force on Circumcision concluded that the "potential medical benefits of newborn male circumcision... are not sufficient to recommend routine neonatal circumcision." While this 1999 policy may be revised soon, it is still the current official recommendation for parents and doctors. This report is also the first time the AAP has acknowledged(after decades of doctors mindlessly repeating the belief that babies don't feel significant pain) that circumcision without anesthesia is traumatic and if circumcision is to be done, anesthesia should be used. Here are some highlights from the report: Role of Hygiene "there is little evidence to affirm the association between circumcision status and optimum penile hygiene." STDs including HIV "behavioral factors appear to be far more important than circumcision status." Penile Cancer "in a developed country such as the United States, penile cancer is a rare disease and the risk of penile cancer developing in an uncircumcised man, although increased compared with a circumcised man, is low." Urinary Tract Infections "breastfeeding was shown to have a threefold protective effect on the incidence of UTI in a sample of uncircumcised infants. However, breastfeeding status has not been evaluated systematically in studies assessing UTI and circumcision status." meaning that the earlier UTIs studies results were confounded. Even if their numbers were ...
Pediatric Fibromyalgia- Juvenile Fibromyalgia Juvenile Fibromyalgia (Pediatric Fibromyalgia) * Please note-- I don't sell anything. * This is the story of my son Alex, who is now 7 years old. He was diagnosed with fibromyalgia at age four by Dr. R. Paul St. Amand in Marina del Ray, California. He has shown symptoms of the disease since he was a baby. He had such severe bruxism (jaw grinding) that the sound who keep my husband and I up at night. Bruxism is a sign of severe muscle tension in the head and neck area. Once my son became verbal, he began complaining of pain his his mid-back. When the water was running in the bath tub, he would scoot himself around so the hot water could run directly on his spine, soothing this spot. At age three, he also began complaining of pains in the bottom of his feet. His pediatrician theorized he was "flat-footed" and sent him to a foot and ankle specialist. The foot and ankle specialist said he was not flat-footed, but made him orthopedics anyway. (Hey, why not, they cost the parent $500...) My son wouldn't wear them as they made his feet hurt worse... By age four, when my son started getting severe headaches, and signs of IBS, I told my husband we couldn't ignore this any longer and pretend our son hadn't "gotten the gene." I think the hardest part was for my husband to accept the idea that his son had the same lousy disease that made his wife, well, difficult to be around at times. Now, he'd have to put up with two of us in the house?! I bought my husband Dr. St. Amand's book on ...
Pediatric Assessment Triangle The pediatric assessment triangle is a tool for medical professionals to rapidly assess a child on sight to determine it he or she is in immediate need of rapid transport or emergency treatment before a full assessment.
Pediatrics & Child Health Care : Viral Skin Rashes in Babies A viral skin rash on a baby can come in a number of different forms, including a herpes rash and hand-foot-and-mouth disease. Learn about symptoms of these rashes and more withhelp from a pediatrician in this free video on babies and pediatrics. Expert: Dr. David Hill Contact: Bio: Dr. David Hill has more than 14 years of experience as a practicing pediatrician and is qualified with infants through ***agers. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC Series Description: Treating common conditions and illnesses in babies and children usually starts by identifying the problem. Learn about causes and solutions for medical problems in children in this free video series on pediatrics.