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Medical: Pediatrics Press Releases
Altimate Medical's EasyStand Bantam pediatric stander with Shadow Tray provides optimal anterior support from sitting to standing allowing kids to participate in activities and change positions throughout the day.
Keynote Speaker Dr Andy Wakefield Reveals Startling New Data From His Advanced Research On Autism and Vaccines
Integrative Pediatrician Dr. Kenneth Bock Announces a Revolutionary New Software Package to Manage Medical Practices Treating Children with Autism. Horn Productions Documentary FINDING THE WORDS Captures Stories of Autism Recovery.
Altimate Medical designed the new EasyStand Bantam to offer an infinite number of positioning possibilities into one pediatric stander. These position possibilities are especially beneficial for children with flexible or fixed contractures because they can start standing supine with hip/knee flexion or an anterior tilt sitting position, then move to their upright ability.
Our DNB Paediatrics would equip paedriticians with rich experience in all areas of paediaritics. The course would bring our students a world of opportunities, says Prof G S Ramaprasad, Chief Consultant, GVR Children's Hospital.
Children shouldn't die. But in reality, children suffer from traumatic deaths and terminal illnesses. New website and blog helps parents of children with terminal illness.
A new treatment regime for children with cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities has been developed by Snowdrop Child Development consultants. The treatment is called 'neuro-cognitive therapy' and is presented in the form of a programme, which families carry out at home for several hours per day.
Chicago Office Technology Group is sponsoring The Mix's 8th Annual Eric & Kathy 36 Hour Radiothon to raise money for the Children's Memorial Hospital. COTG volunteers will be stationed at the event on August 18, 2007.
Falls incurred in the learning to walk process are among the largest causes of infant injury. One new parent, Ken Headrick, decided to do something about the problem. He designed the Baby Learn to Walk HarnessÃ¢ÂÂ¢. The patented juvenile safety product enables infants to safely and comfortably accelerate the learning process, while minimizing parental concern, worry and virtually eliminating the prospect of baby injury.