This guide contains a series of general suggestions relating to healthy habits with regard to diet, hygiene, exercise, entertainment and sleep in order to improve children’s quality of life and prevent pathologies such as obesity, diabetes, and high blood pressure from developing in adulthood.
This guide provides general information on fever, advising parents of the importance of remaining calm and of understanding it as a sign or indicator to control other infections or illnesses.
It includes basic information such as the definition of fever, guidelines for correctly taking a child’s temperature, what to do when a child has a fever and when it is appropriate to seek urgent care.
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.
The purpose of this guide is to establish guidelines that will allow for the satisfactory performance of the combined work of the doctors, nurses and other professionals involved in paediatric pain prevention the best possible results to be obtained.
It provides a series of suggestions intended to help parents during the treatment of their children.
The purpose of this guide is to raise awareness of growing pains of undetermined origin, which usually affect the lower limbs in children.
It provides varied information, such as clinical manifestations, treatment and discomfort relief and prevention.
This is a guide containing basic information on how the disease affects your child as well as the repercussions on the family, siblings and spouse.
Generally speaking, it provides suggestions and recommendations from a complementary point of view to the support the orientation received from the team treating your child.
This guide, written by doctors, other professionals and parents of children affected by CFS, is intended to provide information on chronic fatigue syndrome.
Given the large impact the disorder has on the child and the family, this guide aims to share various strategies to combat CFS and to answer frequently asked questions about the syndrome and its treatment.
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 is intended to provide more information about muscular dystrophy to parents or carers of children with the disease. Its purpose is to raise awareness of the problems that have to be addressed and the purposes of treatment.
It can be used to complement the information already provided by the child’s referring physician.
This guide gives detailed information regarding primary headaches, focusing on their classification and on degrees of intensity.
It also makes reference to how these headaches manifest clinically, their diagnosis and subsequent treatment, bearing in mind differing indications so treatment can be adjusted to meet the needs of each patient.