Learning outcomes of the course unit
The student is expected to acquire the means to be able to formulate the diagnosis and define treatment for the most common children’s odontostomatological diseases, offering a broad spectrum of specialist healthcare, appropriate and efficacious in the dental care of children, adolescents and patients with associated diseases. Particular emphasis will be placed on prevention techniques, clinical assessment and treatment of traumas.
Students must have passed all the examinations of the previous years
Course contents summary
The normal infant, clinical examination and physiological phenomena. Breastfeeding. The power supply in the first year of life. Neonatal infections.
§ Respiratory Disease in the newborn (RDS
§ Pathology Neurology of pre-term
§ Semeiotics pediatric pulmonary
§ Pneumonia and bronchiolitis
§ Cystic Fibrosis
§ Pathology naso-pharyngeal acute and chronic
§ Diagnosis and treatment of DM onset in childhood
§ Pathophysiology and clinical in major congenital heart disease
§ Main autosomal chromosome abnormalities and gonosomiche
§ Enteritis acute, chronic malabsorption and various
§ Glomerulonephritis and nephrosis
§ Rheumatic Disease
§ leucomas and major childhood solid tumors
§ Urinary Tract Infections
§ Growth physiology and pathology (delays augmentative primary and secondary growth hormone deficiency)
§ The patient with neurological damage
§ The convulsions in children
§ Thyroid Disease
§ Main systemic diseases that affect the oral cavity and dentition / tooth
§ Use of painkillers / antibiotics in children.
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2) G. Bartolozzi, G. Maurizio. PEDIATRIA. PRINCIPI E PRATICA PEDIATRICA. Ed. Masson
3) G.L.de'Angelis. L'ENDOSCOPIA DIGESTIVA IN ETA' PEDIATRICA E GIOVANILE. Ed. Mediche Scientifiche Internazionali - Roma.