The stages of development in a child
What vaccinations and when?
Explaining jaundice to worried parents.
Okay this one is just weird.
What to think about in a vomiting child
“A group of permanent disorders of the development of movement and posture causing activity limitation that are attributed to non-progressive disturbances of the foetal or infant brain” Here I’ve mocked up a fake case history for the ‘typical’ cerebral palsy patient, which is how I remember the key features: Charlie Babinski and his twin brotherContinue reading “Cerebral Palsy”
A common explaining station in the OSCEs
The key features of an important paediatric tummy problem
Which babies are at risk of hypoglycaemia?