Category: Modern Era Pediatrics

Discusses childhood diseases, and displays articles on pediatric diseases such as Asthma, Ear Infection, Strep throat, Head concussion, fever, colic, croup,jaundice and so forth.
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University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital [UNTH] Enugu

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I would like everyone to read this article thoroughly and appreciate why I am so upset. Following my nephew’s diagnosis of leukemia at UNTH, in Enugu, I requested that the hematology department send a referral note by e-mail to Saint Jude’s, a children’s cancer research hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, USA. This institution is a center […]

How University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital [UNTH] Enugu, Killed my Nephew

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Following my nephew’s diagnosis of leukemia at UNTH, in Enugu, I requested that the hematology department send a referral note by e-mail to Saint Jude’s, a children’s cancer research hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, USA. This institution is a center of excellence for the condition my nephew had.   Why did I ask for a referral?  […]

Poison ivy picture

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          Pictures of itchy streaky rash caused by poison ivy, one on the left forearm, the other on the left cheek Both kids had wandered into the bush to retrieve a soccer ball Both children did well on Hydrocortisone cream and antihistamine. Pictures taken on June, 2015 by Anselm Anyoha MD […]

Jaundice in Newborns

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While working at one of the inner city hospitals in New York City, I had the burden of telling a mother that her new born will not go home as planned because baby’s skin is too yellow—jaundiced and that the baby needed to be treated with light {phototherapy}. After hearing my assessment, the mother broke […]

Fever in Children

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Fever in children is one of the most common medical symptoms that parents have to deal with. Unlike grown-ups, children seldom announce when they are sick. Some of the clues that can point to fever in children include a decrease in appetite, decrease in activity, chills and feeling warm to the touch. Experienced parents can […]

Save My Village

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On December 22, 2014, three days before Christmas, Matt’s journey was slow and seemingly endless. A forty-minute road trip from Owerri to Umuezeaga, his home village, stretched to over three hours. The reasons were obvious. The roads were clogged with vehicles lined up bumper-to-bumper, each diving into valleys and emerging on the mounds of hills […]