This guide provides the definitions and classification of abdominal pain as well as its characteristic physiopathology.
It contains the general and specific methodology in the diagnostic approximation of this functional disorder and its treatment from a biopsychosocial perspective by means of cognitive behavioural therapy.
This guide provides general information on diarrhoea in children, covering its concept, causes, possible complications, treatment and prevention.
The information is organised based on frequently asked questions and uses everyday language for the purpose of keeping the information accessible the general public.
This guide on dysmenorrhoea provides general information on the risk factors, diagnosis, diagnostic tests, as well as pharmacological, non-pharmacological and surgical treatment.
It also includes scales and algorithms in a diagram format that allows readers to conceptualise diagnosis and treatment.
The guide provides general information on gastroenteritis or acute diarrhoea, as well as its symptomatology, courses of action and a series of specific recommendations in the case of children.
This guide aims to provide general information for parents on some of the key elements of Crohn’s disease so that they may better understand the symptomatology in their child and the difficulties that may arise in everyday life.
This guide conceptualises abdominal pain, distinguishing between the different subtypes according to whether it is long term, intermittent or constant.
It highlights the importance of detecting the symptoms and alarm signals, and provides a series of recommendations for professionals to guarantee quality of care.