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Pediatric Sleep Center | What to Expect

Pediatric Sleep Center | What to Expect

>>Hi, I’m Dr. Laura Sterni and I’m Director of the Pediatric Sleep Center here at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center. Snoring is common in children, and a significant number of children who snore have a problem called obstructive sleep apnea. If left untreated obstructive sleep apnea has serious consequences. It can affect the heart. It can …

Baby Bottle Tooth Decay – Boys Town Pediatrics

Baby Bottle Tooth Decay – Boys Town Pediatrics

Baby bottle tooth decay is actually the most common infectious disease or chronic infectious disease of childhood. People don’t realize this but cavities are an infectious disease. Baby bottle tooth decay is children who are exposed to milk, juice, other fluid that’s have sugar in them for prolonged periods of time. Basically what happens is, …

Pediatric Physical Exam Dictation

Pediatric Physical Exam Dictation

Physical Exam: Vitals Temperature is 103.2, BP is 120/80, HR is 150, RR is 30, weight is 6kg, height is 60cm, head circumference is 33-38cm. General Patient is a well-nourished year old male in no acute distress. Normal nutritional status, activity, consciousness. HEENT Head is normocephalic, atraumatic. Anterior fontanelle is soft, open, and flat. Posterior …