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Babies who are born too early (premature) often have health problems, such as apnea. Apnea is when a baby stops breathing for a bit of time (more than 15 seconds). The baby may also have a slowed heart rate and a drop in oxygen in the blood.
Warfarin is a medicine that helps keep your blood from clotting. This can lower your risk for a blood clot, stroke, or heart attack. But you must take important steps when you are on warfarin. This video will show you what to do.
An uncircumcised penis still has the foreskin attached. Caring for your newborn's penis is fairly easy. Here are things to keep in mind.
A catheter-associated urinary tract infection (CAUTI) is an infection of the urinary system. CAUTI is caused by germs that get into the urinary tract when a urinary catheter is used. This is a tube that's placed into the bladder to drain urine.
Chest pain is always worrisome and should always be checked out. But, there are many possible causes of chest pain.
Chest pain in children can have many causes. Most are not serious. In many cases, the cause of chest pain is not known.
Continent urinary diversion is surgery to make a new way for urine to pass out of the body. During the surgery, either a new bladder (neobladder) or a pouch is created. This is done using a piece of your own intestine (bowel). Learn about the details of this procedure.
A contusion of an upper extremity causes pain, swelling, and skin discoloration. This injury may take from a few days to a few weeks to heal.
An upper extremity contusion can cause swelling, pain, and changes in skin color.