Having a blocked nose is a real medical problem for young children. It means that they are not filtering, cleaning, warming, and humidifying the air they are breathing into the lungs. Not only that, but the...
“Co" stands for "controlled" and "blation" is derived from the word, "ablation": which is the process of reducing the size of something. When the sun melts an iceberg, the process is called, "ablation."
These common childhood afflictions of the ears can be cured with the right approach, and do not need lead to long-term ear problems. Most cases of glue ear (fluid trapped behind the eardrum) and...
A tongue-tie (also known as Ankyloglossia) is caused by a short or tight membrane under the tongue (the lingual frenulum). It is a congenital condition that runs in families and affects boys more than girls...
Babies with noisy breathing from very early age usually have condition called floppy larynx. This can be treated and made to disappear very quickly using antireflux medication and certain feeding strategies. If these are not enough...
The tonsils and adenoids are made of lymphoid tissue and their job is to trap excess bacteria, and fungi that can build up in the nose, throat and mouth. If a child has had a lot of upper respiratory tract infections...
Mrs Helen M Caulfield
MBBS, FRCS (ORL-HNS) Consultant Paediatric ENT Surgeon
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