Vedanta Hospitals

Infections are most commonly occurring problem in children due to lower immunity. Infections range from common viral cold/flu to life threatening conditions. At Vedanta we provide treatment for Infections on Out patient basis to Inpatient care based on severity of the infection. We have Pediatric ICU facility equipped with centralized oxygen, Infusion Pumps, Monitors for children requiring Intensive care due to different conditions like Sever acute Asthma, Pneumonia with breathing difficulty , Severe Dengue, Malaria , Typhoid and Other Severe Health conditions.


Diseases , Symptoms & Their Treatment Procedure

1. Malaria

Malaria is a life-threatening disease. It’s typically transmitted through the bite of an infected Anopheles mosquito. Infected mosquitoes carry the Plasmodium parasite. When this mosquito bites you, the parasite is released into your bloodstream.


Patients with malaria typically become symptomatic a few weeks after infection, though the symptomatology and incubation period may vary, depending on host factors and the causative species. Clinical symptoms include the following: Headache (noted in virtually all patients with malaria) Cough.


Oral paracetamol (acetaminophen) is safe and effective for fever and should be used in doses of 10 mg/kg. This dose can be repeated 3-6 times a day, as required. If the child has hyperpyrexia, tepid sponging can rapidly bring the temperature down.

Many children with malaria develop anemia. Because the onset is gradual, children withstand a low level of hemoglobin quite well and blood transfusions are rarely needed

2. Diarrhea

Diarrhea is characterized by loose, watery stools or a frequent need to have a bowel movement. It usually lasts a few days and often disappears without any treatment. Diarrhea can be acute or chronic. Acute diarrhea occurs when the condition lasts for one to two days.


Signs and symptoms associated with diarrhea may include:

Loose, watery stools, Abdominal cramps, Abdominal pain, Fever,Blood in the stool, Mucus in the stool, Bloating, Nausea.


Mild Diarrhea:  Most kids with diarrhea can eat a normal diet.
  • Drink more fluids to prevent dehydration. Formula, breastmilk and/or regular milk are good choices for diarrhea.
  • Do not use fruit juices or full-strength sports drinks. …
  • Solid foods: eat more starchy foods (such as cereal, crackers, rice, pasta).