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Childhood Drowning in Malaysia

Please find a letter from the Director General of Health Malaysia included.
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Should Neonatologists Give Opinions Withdrawing Lifesustaining Treatment?

An infant has a massive intracranial hemorrhage. She is neurologically abstract devastated and ventilator-dependent. The prognosis for pulmonary or neurologic recovery is bleak. The physicians and parents face a choice: withdraw the ventilator and allow her to die or perform a tracheotomy?
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Part II - High Flow Nasal Cannulae (HFNC) versus CPAP

3-4 Sep 2016 @ Hilton Tokyo Odaiba
Hosted by Fisher & Paykel Healthcare

HFNC - a technique to provide a range of flows of heated, humidified oxygen and air to patients requiring respiratory support, delivered through nasal cannulae.
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2016 Infant Respiratory Symposium

3-4 Sep 2016 @ Hilton Tokyo Odaiba
Hosted by Fisher & Paykel Healthcare

Unlike the legion of seasoned travellers in the paediatric fraternity, this is only my second trip to the land of the rising sun following the earthquake scare, Pneumococcal Conference in Fukuoka 2 years ago.
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Why avoid immunisation?

Immunisation is one of the components of the child survival strategy of the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef). Every year, million deaths are prevented and 750,000 are saved from disabilities with vaccine-preventable diseases.
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The changing patterns of paediatric management of common disorders - Part 1

The Late Datuk Dr N. Paramaesvaran
My favourite moment of the day is after lunch. I sit on my deck chair, on the balcony of my apartment, and look out at the shimmering blue sea, watch the flotilla of sleek yachts, the Manly ferry from Circular Quay, and the majestic cruise ships, as they gracefully sail around the Sydney Harbour.
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Philippines becomes first Asian country to approve sale of dengue vaccine Dengvaxia

Philippines became the first Asian country to approve the sale of the world’s first ever dengue vaccine Dengvaxia in the country. The Dengvaxia vaccine has been manufactured by French pharmaceutical manufacturer Sanofi Pasteur. It has been designed to protect people in the 9-45 age groups from all four subtypes of the virus.
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Anti-Vaccination Websites Use 'Distorted' Science, Researchers Find

Many websites that promote unscientific views about vaccinations use pseudoscience and misinformation to spread the idea that vaccines are dangerous, according to a new study.
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