• JUNE 11, 2018

    Whooping Cough Immunization

    What is whooping cough? Whooping cough is caused by a bacterium called Bordetella pertussis. The disease is known to cause uncontrollable, violent coughing fits, which often make it hard to breathe. After such a fit, patients usually need to take deep breaths, which produces a whooping sound. How does whooping cough spread? Whooping cough, also

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    • APRIL 2, 2019

    Caesarean Section

    What is Caesarean Section? Caesarean section is a surgical operation in which an obstetrician makes an opening in the mother’s abdomen and womb and delivers the baby through it. When is C-Section indicated? Caesarean section will only be done in a situation, where a normal vaginal birth may be unsafe for the mother and/or baby.

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