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Best pediatric Infectious Disease Care

The pediatrics subspecialty of pediatric infectious diseases deals with illnesses in children. Because the vast majority of pediatric illnesses are related to infection, it is one of the most significant pediatric super specialties.

 

This service provides outpatient and inpatient care for children with common ailments such as dengue fever, malaria, typhoid fever, urinary tract infections, and pneumonia. Apart from typical issues, this service can also help with the diagnosis and treatment of other difficult pediatric infections, such as the ones listed below:

 

  • Children who have had a fever for a long time or who have had a recurrent fever
  • Infections are prevented by specific immunizations and, where necessary, medications.
  • Tuberculosis and drug-resistant tuberculosis are two types of tuberculosis.
  • Brucellosis, rickettsiosis, and atypical mycobacterial infections are examples of exotic infections.
  • Meningitis, brain abscess, empyema, lung abscess, infective endocarditis (infection of the heart valves), bone and joint infections, skin and soft tissue infections are all examples of organ-specific infections.
  • HIV and primary immunodeficiency
  • Infections after a transplant
  • Infections with fungus
  • Cancer patients’ infections
  • Infections in newborns
  • Viruses Passed Down from Mother To Child (TORCH infections)
  • Infections brought on by travel

 

Specialty services can be obtained in the following ways.

 

  • Inpatient care is recommended for unwell toddlers.
  • Initial outpatient consultations for stable children are possible.
  • Parents or caregivers can bring in all reports and seek guidance for children who are admitted to other hospitals but are too unwell to be transported.

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