Nappy Rash

Introduction Nappy rash (or for the more technically minded Napkin dermatitis, and in the US diaper rash) is a term used to describe several disorders of the skin in the region of the nappy. Most commonly...

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Neonatal Jaundice

Introduction Neonatal Jaundice is very common, with 60% of babies being jaundiced at some point. It is however, often very¬†worrying for parents, and for clinicians, the challenge is distinguishing ‚Äėharmless‚Äô physiological/breastfeeding jaundice from jaundice...

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Non-Accidental Injury

Introduction There are three main categories of environmental hazard for a growing child: Accidents, poisoning and abuse. The parents and other family members are mostly responsible for minimizing the risk of hazard, but social...

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