Any developing child who has difficulty in hearing recognition is identified as having hearing loss through appropriate hearing testing.
Visual impairment refers to the inability or considerable difficulty for the eyes to perform normal visual functions. Some of these visually impaired children are completely blind, unable to see clearly, but most of them are with low vision (formerly called amblyopia),
Newborn screening is conducted for congenital metabolic disorders, with the aim of early detecting congenital abnormal metabolic diseases in infants and giving appropriate treatment to reduce the physical or intellectual damage caused by the disease.
Basic Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Treatment of Foreign Body Obstruction in Infants 嬰兒基本心肺復甦術及異物阻塞處理2023/3/21
Cardiopulmonary arrest is most common in premature infants, such as spontaneous apnea, choking on milk, airway obstruction caused by accidental or suspected ingestion of jelly or buttons.
The injection site may have redness, swelling or caking. A cold compress can be applied first, and a hot compress and massage can be given 48 hours later.
Hepatitis A is an acute inflammation of the liver caused by hepatitis A virus infection.
Hepatitis B can be contracted after the blood or body fluid containing hepatitis B virus enters the human body through the skin or mucous membrane.
A 5-in-1 DTaP-Hib-IPV vaccine is an inactivated one that is injected to simultaneously protect against five infectious diseases: diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, poliomyelitis and haemophilus influenzae type b.
Japanese encephalitis is an acute infectious disease caused by Japanese encephalitis virus, which can be transmitted to humans through mosquito bites.