A recent article by the Standard newspaper explained how Professor CK Sinha, Consultant Paediatric General and Urology Surgeon, and his team helped to save the life of a premature baby who was expected to die a few hours after being born when surgeons discovered she had a dead bowel.
Regarding the surgery, Professor Sinha said, “The surgery was a huge success, and we were so excited to see it happen, but it was also a challenging journey.
“We kept ourselves positive, and a huge credit needs to go to Connie’s parents, who were so supportive throughout. It was a whole team effort, and everyone was there to support Connie and her parents throughout their journey.”
Read the full article here: Doctors save life of baby with ‘miracle’ rare surgery at St George’s Hospital in south London.
Professor CK Sinha has over 25 years’ experience in paediatric surgery and paediatric urology, and is part of the team at Paediatric Diagnostics.
He has authored or contributed to over 115 publications, 15 books, and 50 national and international presentations. One of his most popular books is ‘Handbook of Paediatric Surgery’, published by Springer London – New York.
He is also the Clinical Governance Lead at St George’s Medical School and is actively involved in training the next generation.
To learn more about Professor CK Sinha, and the rest of our amazing team at Paediatric Diagnostics, please click here.
Neurodevelopmental disorders like Autism and ADHD can present with behavioural and educational difficulties, and diagnosing these conditions as early as possible can enable early treatment, which can have very encouraging results.
Late diagnosis carries an increased risk of developing mental health illnesses in adolescence and adulthood.
With this in mind, it is important to know the main symptoms of ADHD in children to look out for.
The main symptoms of the condition include:
According to research, boys are twice more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD when compared to girls, with the age of 7 being the most common time when children are diagnosed with the condition.
If you think that your child may have ADHD, please get in touch with Paediatric Diagnostics today.
We provide Neurodevelopmental specialist assessments for children and young people up to 18 years old, and our team has extensive experience in dealing with neurodevelopmental disorders.
Paediatric Diagnostics can also offer in-depth evaluations of autism and ADHD. All our assessments and tools are in line with the current NHS guidelines.
Tongue-tie (ankyloglossia) is a common problem involving a band of skin between the underside of the tongue and the floor of the mouth. If this band of skin is very tight it can restrict the movement of a baby’s tongue making breastfeeding difficult.
Breastfeeding improves fast for some newborns following tongue-tie removal. Others may require many meals before seeing an improvement. Unfortunately, some newborns who have a tongue-tie division may not improve.
In a recent news article on the BBC, two mums told of the problems they have had when trying to feed their newborn babies with the condition.
Mother-of-two Clare Sinton saying that the experience was “Excruciating, unbearable, helpless.”, whilst Katharine Sharlott struggled to feed her newborn after a midwife said that his tongue movement looked fine, despite it turning out that her son had a 75% tie.
Read the full article here:
Tongue-tie: Mums and babies ‘let down’ by poor services
Tongue tie division can be performed by our paediatric ENT surgeon supported by one of our paediatric nurses. If your child is less than 3 months of age this can usually be carried out safely in our paediatric clinics. A tongue-tie assessment and division can be arranged for a total fee of £250.
Click here to learn more about tongue-tie division at Paediatric Diagnostics.