Incontinence in Children

Urinary incontinence The most common cause in children >5Y is detrusor instability. Common reversible causes: UTI, constipation, emotional stress. Diagnosis requires a full voiding and bowel history with examination to exclude neurological disorders. Treatment...

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Infant and Neonatal Nutrition

General Info Breastfeeding is superior to bottle feeding and should always be encouraged It can be difficult to learn, and is best taught by an experienced health care professional, in a supporting environment It...

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Intussusception

Introduction This is a condition where-by one piece of bowel will ‘telescope’ inside another piece, resulting in obstruction, and sometimes ischaemia. Usually it is a piece of proximal bowel passing inside a more distal...

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