Trabajo de ingles pediatria

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Trabajo de ingles pediatria

  1. 1. Pediatrics is the medicalspecialty that studieschildren and their diseases.The term comes fromGreek paidos (child) andiatrea (healing), but itscontent is much higherthan the cure of diseases ofchildren, since pediatricstudies both healthychildren and the sick.
  2. 2. Chronologically, pediatrics covers frombirth through adolescence. Within it aredistinguished several periods: neonatal(first four weeks), infant (1-12 monthsold), preschool (1-6 years), school (6-12years) and adolescent (12-18 years).
  3. 3. There are severalspecialties in pediatrics,including pediatricdentistry. The hebiatría,for example, is thebranch specialized indiseases of adolescentmental disorders indifferent social andhealth can affect puberty.
  4. 4. EMBRYONIC PERIOD The embryonic period extends from the third to the eighth week of development. It is the stage at which each of the three germ leaves (ectoderm, mesoderm and endoderm) gives rise to its own tissues and organ systems.
  5. 5. The germination sheet gives rise toectodermal organs and structures thatmaintain contact with the outside world: Central and peripheral nervous system. Sensory Skin, hair epithelium of and nails. the ear, nose and eye.
  6. 6. The sheet gives rise to mesodermal germinativevarious tissues and systems such as: Muscle tissue. Cartilage and bone. Subcutaneous tissue. Vascular system. Urogenital system.
  7. 7. Germinativa leaf endodermalepithelial lining provides: Gastrointestinal tract. Urinary Respiratory bladder. system.
  8. 8. Extends from the ninth FETAL PERIO week until the birth DIn the fetal period all preformed organs begin a rapidgrowth
  9. 9. Week ninth•Hematopoiesis (blood cellformation) inthe liver
  10. 10. Week tenth•Intestines return tothe abdomen
  11. 11. Week twelfth•Hematopoiesis(blood cellformation) in thespleen
  12. 12. Week eighteenth•Vermis cheesy(sebaceous substancein the fetus skin)•Early signs of fetallife
  13. 13. Week twentieth•Hair on the head•Lanugo (fine hairin all the body)
  14. 14. Week Twenty- fourth•Neumocito IIsecrets :surfactante(respiratorysystem)
  15. 15. Week Twenty- eigth•Fetus open theeyes
  16. 16. Week Thirty-eighth•Testes in the scrotum•Is the end of thepregnancy
  17. 17. common infection in children, occur throughout the year, with peakshigher incidence during lecture times, given the ease oftransmission that has.It is caused by a virus called Varicella-Zoster Virus, and leavelifelong immunity in most cases, meaning that the disease does notrepeat itself.
  18. 18. common in children during the first two years of age Moisture linked to HeatWhich is favored by the presence of urine and feces.
  19. 19. Meningitis is an inflammation of the meninges (membranes covering the brain and spinal cord) due to an infection. Fever Severe headacheVomiti Food ng refusal Ocular Vomiting Symptoms in discomfort young Symptoms children in older children Drowsine Irritabil ss ity Somnolencia Irritability
  20. 20. Meningitis is caused by a bacteria that spreads tothe childs brain through the blood.The child can acquire the disease after having hadan infection in another part of the body:Such as earNose ThroatYou can also purchase it after suffering a headinjury.

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