January 29, 2018
The surprising link between oral health and pregnancy
Can Oral Health Have an Effect on Pregnancy?
Recent research indicates a link between gum disease ...
Children have a special place at Sakra World Hospital. The Hospital has a specially designated centre, Women and Child Centre, for providing care to this important segment of the society. Sakra Children's Hospital is a specialist paediatric centre and provides a full range of clinical services, tertiary care, health promotion, and prevention programs for children and adolescents. The OPD area is baby friendly and children can indulge themselves in the play area without having the fear association of visiting hospitals. Our motto is"Bring a smile on every child’s face."
Sakra Children’s hospital has 24 hour emergency service, equipped to handle all types of paediatric medical and surgical emergencies including respiratory failure, infectious diseases, injuries, trauma, poisonings, seizures, asthma, foreign body aspiration, acute abdomen and newborn surgical problems. For our sick children, we provide round the clock services including emergencies and intensive care.
Providing high quality comprehensive paediatric care, with care and compassion, at an affordable cost, maintaining high ethical standards to all children (preterm till 18 years) who seek our services at Sakra World Hospital at one contact point
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How common is constipation in children?
No, It is not common. But due to the change in lifestyle, constipation is becoming common in children.
The possible cause would be due to
School timing due to which children ignore the reflux the don't pass stool early morning.
Fibre deficient diet.
Not making it to the toilet or hurrying from the toilet.
What are the complications in kids?
Declining quality of life.
Develop anal fissure.
Distension of abdomen.
Are over the counter medicine alright for children below five years to help with vomiting sensation?
No. It is always best to seek medical advice.