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Neonatology is a pediatric discipline that focuses on the medical care of newborn infants, particularly those who are sick or premature. It's a hospital-based specialty that's most commonly used in neonatal intensive care units. As a neonate, the newborn goes through a lot of changes as it adjusts to life outside of the womb, and its physiological systems, such as the lungs and immune system, are still developing and need particular protection from infection sources. Neonatology is a specialization of pediatrics that deals with the medical care of newborns under the age of four weeks, particularly those who are born prematurely, have a low birth weight, or are otherwise vulnerable.
- Track 1-1Pediatrics
- Track 1-2Pedology
- Track 1-3Pediatrics
Infectious disorders such as malaria, pneumonia, diarrhea, HIV, and tuberculosis are particularly dangerous to children under the age of five. Non communicable diseases, injuries, and conflict are all substantial hazards to older children. Tropical disease, any disease that is indigenous to tropical or subtropical areas of the world or that occurs principally in those areas. Examples of tropical diseases include malaria, cholera, Chagas disease, yellow fever, and dengue.
- Track 2-1Norovirus
- Track 2-2Stomach flu
- Track 2-3Chagas disease
- Track 2-4Foodborne trematode infections
Blood disorders, such as anemia and infant jaundice, can occur in premature babies. Anemia is a condition in which the body's red blood cells are insufficient. While all newborns have a steady loss in red blood cell count over the first few months of life, preterm babies may have a faster drop. Prematurely born babies are more likely to suffer health problems at birth and later in life than those born later. Premature babies are more likely to suffer long-term intellectual and developmental difficulties, as well as issues with their lungs, brain, eyes, and other organs.
- Track 3-1Anemia
- Track 3-2Breathing problems
- Track 3-3Infections or neonatal sepsis
- Track 3-4Intra ventricular hemorrhage
“Pediatric cardiology is a medical specialty concerned with the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of congenital and acquired cardiovascular disorders in the fetus, infant, child, teenager, and young adult," according to the American Heart Association. Some children are born with structural cardiovascular differences. Others may be experiencing issues with the electrical system that regulates their heartbeat. All of these issues are diagnosed and treated by pediatric cardiologists, who are uniquely educated to do so.
- Track 4-1Congenital heart disease
- Track 4-2Cardiac malformations
- Track 4-3Aortic disease
- Track 4-4Genetic and syndrome heart disease
- Track 4-5Heart failure
Pediatric dentists are trained to treat newborns, toddlers, children, and teenagers with their teeth. They've been taught to deal with: Anesthesia and sedation for youngsters treatment of medically compromised children and adolescents.
- Track 5-1Stainless Steel Crowns
- Track 5-2Tooth Colored Fillings
- Track 5-3X-Rays
- Track 5-4Dental Cleaning
Pediatric dermatologists are experts in the right diagnosis and treatment of childhood skin problems, as well as the proper administration of pediatric medications. If your pediatrician recommends that your kid see a pediatric dermatologist, you may rest confident that he or she will receive the best medical treatment possible.
- Track 6-1Childhood psoriasis
- Track 6-2Atopic dermatitis
- Track 6-3PHACE syndrome
The majority of malignancies encountered in children differ from those seen in adults. Cancers in newborns, children, and teenagers are the focus of pediatric oncology. Pediatric oncologists are uniquely educated to look after your child and keep them comfortable while they are undergoing treatment.
- Track 7-1Medical Sciences
- Track 7-2Clinical Medicine
- Track 7-3Diagnostic Medicine
- Track 7-4Pharmacology
Pediatric hepatologists work in designated centres to provide tertiary and national hepatology services. It is concerned with the treatment of children's gastrointestinal tracts, livers, and pancreas from infancy to the age of eighteen. They diagnose and treat child liver illnesses such as acute and chronic liver failure, as well as providing care to kids undergoing liver and small bowel transplants.
- Track 8-1Pharmacogenetics
- Track 8-2Pharmacogenomics
- Track 8-3Pharmacokinetics
- Track 8-4Personalized medicine
Vaccination is a method in which the human immune system is stimulated against an external irresistible agent (antigen) so that it can respond quickly to a subsequent encounter with the antigen due to immunological memory. T cells and B cells, which are improved by vaccination, are the two main components of the invulnerable framework. Memory B cells and T cells are responsible for the rapid response to a comparable antigen attack. There are several ways for improving inoculation, such as immunization, such as polio antibodies for poliomyelitis.
- Track 9-1Develop lasting friendships and begin to handle peer pressure.
- Track 9-2Pneumococcal vaccine
- Track 9-3Rotavirus vaccine
A child psychologist is a psychologist who specializes in children's mental, social, and emotional development. Child psychologists often study children's development from conception to adolescence. There are no specific disciplines required, but having a background in Life Science or Biology will be advantageous because psychology focuses heavily on the human brain and sensory systems.
- Track 10-1Addictive Disorders
- Track 10-2Eating and Weight Disorders
- Track 10-3Psychotherapy
The ability to build meaningful and rewarding relationships with others, as well as the child's experience, expression, and control of emotions, are all part of social-emotional development. Emotions are experienced, expressed, and perceived by infants before they completely comprehend them. The importance of positive social and emotional development cannot be overstated. Self-confidence, empathy, the ability to form meaningful and lasting friendships and relationships, and a sense of importance and value to those around him/her are all influenced by this development.
- Track 11-1Spend a lot of time talking with peers.
- Track 11-2Develop lasting friendships and begin to handle peer pressure.
PMHNs (psychiatric mental health nurses) are registered nurses who specialize in assessing, treating, and monitoring mental health and behavioral disorders. Individuals, families, groups, and communities may be served. Most PMHNs collaborate with a group of other certified mental health professionals.
- Track 12-1Positive mental health
- Track 12-2Mental health problems
Congenital anomalies are morphological or functional abnormalities that develop during pregnancy. These illnesses, sometimes known as birth defects, congenital disorders, or congenital abnormalities, arise during pregnancy and can be detected before or after birth, or later in life. Congenital anomalies are a wide spectrum of structural or functional abnormalities of the body that are apparent at birth and have a prenatal cause.
- Track 13-1Or facial clefts
- Track 13-2Neural tube defects
- Track 13-3Limb deficiencies
The recent trend is to take care of children. Neonatology, perinatology, pediatric surgery, pediatric cardiology, and other subspecialties are included. Various movements aimed at improving the survival and well-being of all children will likewise advance child health.
- Track 14-1Neonatology
- Track 14-2Perinatology
- Track 14-3Pediatric surgery
- Track 14-4Pediatric cardiology
Basic research, immunogens, the host immunological response, delivery tactics and technologies, manufacturing, and clinical evaluation are all part of vaccology. A vaccination is a biological substance that gives active acquired immunity against a specific infectious disease. A vaccination usually contains an agent that looks like a disease-causing germ and is manufactured from weakened or destroyed microbes, their toxins, or one of their surface proteins.
- Track 15-1Cervical cancer
- Track 15-2Cholera
- Track 15-3Diphtheria
- Track 15-4Hepatitis B
- Track 15-5Influenza
- Track 15-6Japanese encephalitis