Category Ear care

Otitis in children and babies. Earache
Ear care

Otitis in children and babies. Earache

Otitis is an inflammation of the middle ear (space behind the eardrum), very common during childhood, mainly in children under 3 years of age, who go to daycare and who have accumulated mucus as a result of a cold. caused by an infection and preceded by a cold, flu, or any other upper respiratory condition with mucus.

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Ear care

How to know if the baby hears well

Subjecting the baby to auditory stimuli and observing how he reacts to these stimuli is a perfect way to see if the baby's hearing and hearing are working properly. This stimulation can begin even when the baby is in its mother's womb. It will be something very positive for the development of your language and communication.
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I want my son to listen to me and hear me

There are so many doubts, fears, and uncertainties that surround childhood deafness that I believe that only who is the father or mother of a deaf child could understand what I am saying. If you've ever had a chance to see the movie Professor Hollander, you'll know what I'm talking about. The scene where the mother despairs at not getting to know what her deaf son wants made my heart sink.
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How to clean the ears of your baby

Have you ever tried cleaning your baby's ears with a cotton swab? Well if you have, you should not repeat it. It is not necessary to clean the baby's ears. The wax that forms in the child's ear cavity has the function of protecting the external canal against foreign elements such as dust, humidity and bacteria, and therefore cannot be removed.
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Screening for deafness in newborn babies

Communication and its different systems to get in touch is one of the greatest achievements of modern society. But, what happens when a child or a person cannot communicate because they do not hear or hear well? According to the World Health Organization, 32 million children in the world suffer from deafness, a disease that can be prevented with early detection, immunization and through good programs for mothers and children.
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Tests to detect deafness in babies

The early detection of childhood deafness is essential to put a treatment on time and avoid problems or language alterations in children. Advances in the field of science and technology have managed to successfully launch two tests, which can be performed on the newborn, even before leaving the maternity hospital where they have just been born.
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Causes and diagnosis of childhood deafness

Childhood deafness can seriously compromise a child's emotional, cognitive and social development. For this reason, it is important that its diagnosis is made as soon as possible so that the work of stimulating communication between the baby, its parents and its environment begins as soon as possible and has a rapid effect on its development.
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Ear care

Otitis in children and babies. Earache

Otitis is an inflammation of the middle ear (space behind the eardrum), very common during childhood, mainly in children under 3 years of age, who go to daycare and who have accumulated mucus as a result of a cold. caused by an infection and preceded by a cold, flu, or any other upper respiratory condition with mucus.
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