Harley Street Paediatric Clinics
Paediatric clinics carry out the investigation and treatment alongside all aspects of medical care of children; from infants to adolescents. Due to the age of the patients involved there are specific legal and ethical considerations and social duties involved. Research from paediatric clinics has found many significant differences in the disorders of childhood and management of conditions in contrast to adult medicine.
After 6 years of undergraduate medical training these experts received focused training in the field of Paediatrics and are members of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health where they specialised in childhood disease and disorders.
Paediatric clinics are presented with a variety of conditions including those such as ADHD, chicken pox, whopping cough and scarlet fever, although immunisation has kept prior childhood diseases manageable and almost eradicated in many instances.
Those who visit a paediatric clinic are usually the parent or guardian of a child that is suffering with symptoms or disorders requiring research and treatment.
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