Baby Items

DIANA EISNER,M.D.,F.A.A.P.2030 NORTH LOOP WEST, SUITE 125HOUSTON, TEXAS  77018713-688-8393www.doceisner.com SUGGESTIONS FOR NEWBORN CARE ITEMS TO HAVE ON HAND   DIAPER BAG DIAPERS DIAPER RASH OINTMENT (DESITIN/OR DR. SMITH’S) ALCOHOL AND/OR ALCOHOL SWABS COTTON BALLS COTTON Q-TIPS BABY WASH BABY OIL BABY LOTION AND/OR BABY CREAM COMB AND BRUSH WASH CLOTH BABY TOWEL INFANT WASH TUB [...]

ADD/ADHD-medications

We hope that you will find this list of medications prescribed for ADD/ADHD helpful. These medications are classified as either Methylphenidates, or 2) Dextroamphetamines. Children with ADD/ADHD may respond better to medications in one class, or to specific medications within a particular class. The common side effects of these medications are loss of appetite, stomach […]

Croup

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Developmental Milestones

The changes babies and toddlers go through are made up of different skills, like walking and talking. These skills, or developmental milestones, usually happen by certain ages. Although each child is unique and develops at his or her own pace, watching to see when a child reaches these milestones can help a parent know how […]

Rash- Chickenpox and Shingles

Chickenpox Chickenpox is a viral infection that is a nuisance and highly contagious. It may lead to serious complications including staph skin infection, encephalitis, and deafness. The advent and requirement for chicken pox (Varicella) shot has reduced the incidence of this disease and it complications. The more the recent recommendation for a second Varicella shot […]

Bedwetting

Bedwetting is involuntary urinationin children over 5 to 6 years old. It may occur at ay time of the day or night. Causes, Incidence, and Risk Factors Children develop complete control over their bladders at different ages. Nighttime dryness is usually the last stage of toilet learning. When children wet the bed more that twice per […]