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Learn How to Support Your Sick Child

BY: Deena David | Category: Health | Submitted: 2010-04-27 04:17:47
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Article Summary: "A child is a very important part of the family and the whole family becomes upside down when the child becomes sick. Read on to learn about the methods of supporting your sick child..."


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If you have a child who is sick, then you will be greatly troubled and it is a tragic event. Even if older people become sick, it is difficult for the sick person to manage their troubles. For a child who is sick, coming out of the sickness and coping with the sickness can be a tough ask.

As parents, you will not only be finding it difficult to cater to the needs of the child, but also try to cope with the sickness itself. As a child becomes sick, the needs of the child go up dramatically and drastically. This creates a sudden burden on the parents in all respects that includes financially, time wise and also care wise. You will need to spend more time with your child and also make sure that you get the best available treatment for your child.

Immediate hospitalization:

This is the immediate need for the child. As a parent, you may not really understand what the child is going through. There are many instances where the parents try to take things easy and this makes the child to become very severely ill and even die at times. To prevent this, it is sometimes better to be on the safe side. Take your child to the best care a possible.

History of the child:

The history of the illness of the child is very important. This is because the treatment initiated by the Physician may change depending on the history of past illnesses that the child might have had. There is many times where the existing illness in a child is related to the present condition too. To identify this link, the history of illnesses in the child is important. The parents should be aware of all these and relate to the doctor when needed.

Medications used:

The medications that are used foe a child who gets regularly sick is very important as the medications will be bale to prevent sudden attacks of diseases at most of the times. There are some chronic conditions like epilepsy and also asthma that need regular medications that will help to prevent further attacks of the disease. These medications should be at hand as they will help your child and also help to reduce the severity of the disease condition. As the child is sick and is hospitalized for some other problem, the physician should be told about the existing chronic condition and the medications should be continued with the advice of the doctor.

Existing allergies:


There are many kids who suffer from certain allergies. These allergies are sometimes so sever that they can be life threatening. There are times when the medications that are provided or the food that is consumed that can cause an allergic reaction. As parents or caretakers of the child, you should make sure that you tell the attending physician about the allergies that your child has. This will make the physician to decide on the medications that do not have these allergens.

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