Colour atlas of ophtalmology by Arthur S. M. Lim, Ian J. Constable, Arthur Lim Siew Ming

By Arthur S. M. Lim, Ian J. Constable, Arthur Lim Siew Ming

We're extremely joyful with the various enthusiastic reports that we have got got from foreign journals of the 1st 3 variations of this publication. we're after all happy that the booklet has been translated into 8 languages: Malay, Spanish, Italian, chinese language, French, Finnish, German and Portuguese and that it remains to be well known. within the previous couple of years, new techniques and medicine have emerged. now we have hence up to date each bankruptcy to incorporate the most recent in ophthalmic administration, yet take pains to not elevate the scale of the e-book in order that it may be simply carried round by means of scientific scholars and citizens within the clinics.

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Nurko S, Youssef NN, Sabri M, et al.  J Pediatr. 2008;153:254-261. 5 QUESTION REFLUX AND VOMITING IN INFANTS ARE SO COMMON, WHEN SHOULD I SEND AN INFANT FOR EVALUATION ESPECIALLY TO EXCLUDE ANATOMIC AND METABOLIC DISEASES? Colin Rudolph, MD, PhD Gastroesophageal reflux (GER) is a normal physiologic event that describes the passage of stomach contents into the esophagus, and sometimes from the mouth. This is usually referred to as regurgitation, spitting-up, or posseting in infants. Episodes of GER can be quite forceful, which can make it difficult to discriminate physiologic (normal) reflux from vomiting.

However in some infants, this cycle is disrupted or may never develop. For parents, the feeding of one’s infant can be a rewarding experience, but for parents of children who exhibit feeding problems, it can be a frustrating and stressful experience. Feeding problems are nonspecific in newborns and young infants. A large number of medical conditions have been demonstrated to be related to pediatric feeding problems and some of these are summarized in Table 6-1. 1 As a result, the infant’s motivation to eat is decreased.

Holbrook JT, Wise RA, Gold BD, et al. Lansoprazole for children with poorly controlled asthma: a randomized controlled trial. JAMA. 2012;307(4):373–381. 6 QUESTION WHY DO SOME INFANTS FEED POORLY AND WHAT INTERVENTIONS ARE BEST FOR THESE INFANTS AND THEIR PARENTS? Douglas G. Field, MD and Keith E. Williams, PhD In normal infant feeding, satiety and comfort reinforce regular cycles of hunger and successful eating. However in some infants, this cycle is disrupted or may never develop. For parents, the feeding of one’s infant can be a rewarding experience, but for parents of children who exhibit feeding problems, it can be a frustrating and stressful experience.

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