By Frank Bamford; Jacqueline Y Q Mok; Donna Rosenberg, MD
The fourth variation of this crucial and hugely praised advisor has been considerably revised and up-to-date, offering concise, functional details on a tough and distressing zone of paediatric medication. This new version of the ABC of kid Protection now contains extra chapters on stomach harm, forget and failure to thrive. It offers the newest details at the analysis and research of abuse, and explains the present roles of social prone and the legislation in safeguarding children.
Written by way of best paediatricians, psychiatrists, social employees and legal professionals, this entire booklet is a useful reference for execs eager about children’s welfare, together with common practitioners, emergency employees, paediatricians, police surgeons, psychiatrists, well-being viewers, social staff, and attorneys
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Direct shaking injury to the retina due to retinal-vitreous traction/shearing seems to be the most important factor in causing shaking related retinal haemorrhage. In the differential diagnosis of retinal haemorrhage in infants and young toddlers, the key findings are the number of haemorrhages, the pattern of distribution, and the types of haemorrhage. Retinal haemorrhage in children <4 years old is rarely caused by accidental head trauma and is particularly rare after short falls. When a moderate number of retinal haemorrhages are present the history of the incident is usually of such a severe event as to be obvious and sufficient to exclude the possibility of child abuse.
General examination A careful search must be made for any sign of injury, such as bruises and injuries in the mouth (including the oropharynx) or on the head and scalp and grip marks on the trunk or limbs. There may be a boggy swelling on the scalp, which can be a considerable size. Often, clinical examination reveals no or only minor bruises to the scalp, but haematomas may be seen at postmortem examination on reflection of the scalp. There may be other skin injuries including burns, scalds, and bite marks.
2). Two retrospective studies have identified cases in which gonorrhoeal conjunctivitis was apparently transmitted non-sexually. Gonorrhoea cannot be transmitted to genital or oropharyngeal locations by any route other than sexual contact. Perhaps the mucosal lining of the eye represents a special site receptive to non-sexual transmission. 4 Subconjunctival haemorrhage in an infant who died as a result of non-accidental suffocation by the parent (cotton swab is being used to hold the eye in position).
ABC of child abuse by Frank Bamford; Jacqueline Y Q Mok; Donna Rosenberg, MD