Most snakes in the United States are not poisonous. However, there are four types of poisonous snakes: rattle-snakes (rattlers), coral snakes, water moccasins (cottonmouths), and copperheads.
Arterial and Venous Bleedings
Learn the difference between arterial and venous bleeding. With arterial bleeding, the blood is pumped out in spurts and the loss of blood can be great if the bleeding is not stopped. With venous bleeding, the blood seeps out of a wound in an even stream.
Seborrhea, also known as seborrheic dermatitis, affects children under 2, but especially infants up to 3 months. The cause is unknown, but is thought to be a disturbance in the skin's production of sebaceous matter and sweat. Unlike atopic eczema, the rash is not particularly itchy. The rash is ...
Girl with a Snake Bite
This seven year old girl was bitten by a snake on the inside of her left foot, which is very swollen. Watch this video to see the other snake bite symptoms she is experiencing.she was picking flowers. She was bitten on the inside of her left foot . Her foot is very swollen and it hurts when the doctor gently presses her leg. Around the bite, her skin is bluish.
Boy with a Snake Bite
See a one and a half year old boy with a snake bite. Anyone bitten by a poisonous snake should seek emergency medical attention immediately for evaluation and possible treatment with anti-venom.
The video shows how to distinguish bleeding under the skin from a harmless rash. Bleeding under the skin can be a sign of a serious illness.
Skin Prick Test for Allergies
Skin prick testing is used to find out whether the child might have an allergy. Allergenic substances are injected into the skin. The substances might be extracts from pollen, house dust mites, cats, cats, dogs or rabbits. If the child gets a small allergic reaction on the skin within 15 minutes,house dust mite, pollen or a cat. If the child develops an allergic reaction , localized blushing, itching or swelling; also called a wheal may appear within 15 minutes. This is a positive test and could be
How to Remove Ticks
Learn how to safely remove a tick that has attached itself to your child's skin.the forest or high grass, ticks can bite both children and adults. Tick bites occur most commonly in the northeastern and midwestern parts of the United States . The tick can wander around on the skin for many hours before attaching itself. Be sure to check your child for ticks
The video shows a child aged one and a half who has been vomiting and has had diarrhea for two days. Here you can see the various signs of dehydration in a child.
-This child is having a hard time breathing. She looks anxious and is using a lot of energy just to breathe. She is breathing more quickly than usual and has lots of wheezing most often when she breathes out. You can even see signs of her breathing difficulty over the skin. There is a sucking or