Kids Consult by Dr. M. Bilal Mazhar

A must have access to all parents for consultation regarding their Kids Health as well as essential Dr M. Monday to Friday 10 am to 3 pm/ 6 pm to 9 PM.

Bilal Mazhar

MBBS ( king Edward Medical University )
FCPS ( College of Physicians & Surgeons of Pakistan )
MRCPCH-II ( Royal College of Pediatrics & Child Health, UK )
PGPN (Pediatric Nutrition, Boston University, USA)

is a well versed and energetic consultant who has been trained by the best Pediatricians of Pakistan in the field of Pediatrics and Neonatal Health. He is well equipped with all t

Operating as usual

16/09/2022

Jaundice in Newborn.

Can be fatal, esp in preterms,
But is treatable with Blue light Phototherapy.

LED phototherapy is the latest High intensity modality which rapidly clears the levels of Bilirubin (jaundice) from the newborn's body.

Consult your pediatrician as soon as you feel the baby is getting yellower and increasing in intensity.

Dr Bilal mazhar
Consultant Pediatrician/Neonatologist

08/09/2022

Level 1 and 2 Neonatal Unit in Jhang now.

نومولود بچوں اور ایک ماہ سے کم عمر کے بچوں کی بیماریوں اور مسائل کے علاج کے لئے جھنگ میں پہلی نرسری۔

03/08/2022

Neonatal Nursery services started in Jhang.
For consultantion and admission, please see the details given under.

10/06/2022

بچوں میں قبض، وجوہات اور علاج
Dr. M. Bilal Mazhar
Consultant Pediatrician
#قبض

06/05/2022

ہیٹ اسٹروک۔
خود کو اور اپنے عزیزوں کو گرمی کی لہر سے محفوظ رکھیں۔
Dr. M. Bilal Mazhar
Consultant Child Specialist

26/04/2022

نوذائیدہ بچوں میں یرکان
Neonatal Jaundice

01/03/2022
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Tuberculosis in Children
ٹی بی کا مرض

Does your child or any loved one has:
1. Bad cough for more than 3 weeks لمبی کھانسی
2. Chest Pain چھاتی میں درد
3. Blood in Sputum بلغم میں خون آنا
4. Weakness/fatigue کمزوری
5. Weight loss وزن کم ہونا
6. Loss of appetite بھوک نہ لگنا
7. Fever بخار اور رات میں پسینے آنا

اگر آپ یا آپکے بچے میں یہ علامات موجود ہوں تو فوری اپنے معالج سے رجوع کریں۔
Consult your Specialist Doctor if your kids have any of the above symptoms.

Dr. M. Bilal Mazhar
Consultant pediatrician
MBBS, FCPS, MRCPCH-II, PGPN
+923240933809

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Childhood Cancer Day
15th February

If you see any of the mentioned signs in your loved ones , hurry up and get a Consult with your nearest Child Specialist.

بروقت تشخیص سے علاج ممکن ہے
Dr. M. Bilal Mazhar
Consultant Pediatrician/Neonatologist
+923240933809

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Allergic Rhinnitis
Does your child has runny nose?
Do they keep sneezing and coughing?
Do they have headaches, ear pain, blocked nose or itching eyes and throat?

Get them evaluated ASAP for face to face and Online Consultations

Dr. M. Bilal Mazhar
Consultant Pediatrician/Neonatologist
MBBS, FCPS, MRCPCH-II(Uk), PGPN (USA)
+923240933809

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Does your Child has noisy breathing?
Do you feel that your child's chest is always congested ?

Laryngomalacia is a common cause of noisy breathing in infants. It happens when a baby's larynx (or voice box) is soft and floppy. When the baby takes a breath, the part of the larynx above the vocal cords falls in and temporarily blocks the baby's airway.

Feel free to get expert Consult
Dr. M. Bilal Mazhar
Consultant Pediatrician/Neonatologist
MBBS, FCPS, MRCPCH-II, PGPN
+923240933809

06/01/2022
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Starting from December 20th 2021.

18/10/2021

Dengue Fever
Symptoms and Danger signs
Get urgernt consult with your Pediatrician if your child has these symptoms. Dont wait..

Strictly follow precautionary measures.

Dr Bilal Mazhar
Child Specialist
+923240933809

23/09/2021

Anemia in Children (بچوں میں خون کی کمی
Keep your self updated and contact us in case u note any of the above signs in your child.

Early the treatment , better would be the outcome.

Dr Bilal Mazhar
+923240933809

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Cow Milk Protein Allergy (گائے کے دودھ سے الرجی)

2.5 % of children less than 1 year of age develop this abnormal immune reaction upon introduction of Cow Milk in diet which causes symptoms of:
1. Vomiting, الٹی
2. Loose motion, دست
3. Abdominal pain/distension, پیٹ درد اور گیس
4. Skin Allergy/dermatitis, جلد کی الرجی
5. Asthma, دمہ
6. Failure to gain weight or height, سوکڑا

Consult a pediatrician if you have any concerns.
Dr. M. Bilal Mazhar
Consultant Pediatrician
+923240933809
Bilal Medical Complex, Civil Lines, Jhang
Monday- Friday 9 am to 8 Pm

07/09/2021

Celiac Disease (Gluten Enteropathy)/ گندم سے الرجی is an immunologic process that causes the body to generate antibodies against gluten particles found in wheat, rye and barley (گندم، جو، رائ) which results in following symptoms.

If you see any child with following symptoms, most commonly aged 1 to 3, especially those who are not gaining weight or height and have anemia, consult your pediatrician or child specialist immediately.

Follow the next post for dietary advice related to Celiac Disease

Dr. M. Bilal Mazhar
Consultant Pediatrician & Neonatologist
+923240933809

03/09/2021

Children Are not Immune to Corona Virus!

Take Preacautions.

Wash hands frequently
Avoid outdoors
Avoid crowded places
Ask your children to keep the mask on
Quarantine any child who gets a fever away from others
Avoid contact with infected adults and children.
Age above 15, get vaccinated Asap.

In case of fever or body aches, lethargy, reduced feeding or any change than normal, contact your Pediatrician.

Dr. M. Bilal Mazhar
Consultant Pediatrician & Neonatologist

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31/08/2021

A child with heart problems may or may not have obvious symptoms. Sometimes symptoms develop slowly, over time, such as when a child becomes gradually more and more fatigued. This gradual onset can lead to a delay in diagnosis. Other times, there may be a definite and noticeable change that signals a heart problem, such such as an irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia).

Symptoms of heart problems in children can vary based on the age of the child.

Symptoms of Heart Problems in Babies

Babies are used to receiving lower amounts of oxygen when they are in the womb. After birth, however, their oxygen levels should be the same as a healthy adult. When a baby is receiving less oxygen than normal, their skin may appear bluish. This is called cyanosis. Many hospitals are routinely checking the oxygen level of newborn babies using a simple, painless test called pulse oximetry. However, in any case, you should get a routine consult from a qualified pediatrician within 48 hours of the birth of a child.

The main job of a baby is to feed well and grow. When this is not happening, it could be due to the effects of congestive heart failure, or an inability of the body to keep up with the demands of an inefficient circulation.

Babies can breathe faster than normal and appear as if they are panting. This fast breathing is called tachypnea. Since heart problems can cause the baby to use more energy, poor feeding and inadequate weight gain can occur.

Excessive sweating with feeding (diaphoresis), can also occur, but is less common.

Symptoms of Heart Problems in Toddlers

Toddlers seem to be built to wear out parents. A toddler who seems to be shortness of breath too often, fatigued and unable to keep up with other children, it can sometimes signal a heart problem. Because todders do not have well-developed vocabulary, they often cannot accurately describe what they are feeling. For example, a toddler may describe an abnormal heart rhythm (arrhythmia) as “heart beeping,” “heart owie,” or “heart squeeze.” Or they may simply point to the chest.

Passing out (syncope) is less common in toddlers, but it can occur in rare situations.

Also, some young children are diagnosed as having “seizures” that are actually cardiac events.

Symptoms of Heart Problems in Older Children and Teenagers

Some older children and teenagers are very aware of what is going on in their bodies. Others are not. Some can feel every abnormal heartbeat, while others have no sensation of arrhythmia. Anytime a child passes out (syncope) with exercise, he or she should be carefully evaluated.

Excessive shortness of breath with activity can be difficult to distinguish from asthma, which is very common.

Unlike in adults, chest pain rarely indicates a cardiac condition in children, but a doctor should be notified if chest pain occurs with exercise.

When evaluating for heart problems in children, it is important to have a good understanding of the family history on both the mother’s and the father’s side. The child's care team should be aware of any sudden, unexplained death in the family as well as any seizure disorders, drownings, arrhythmias, other children born with heart problems and abnormal heart function (cardiomyopathies).

For further querries, please contact
Dr. M. Bilal Mazhar
MBBS, FCPS, MRCPCH-II, PGPN
Consultant child specialist & Neonatologist
+923240933809

1. Novimed specialist Clinic, DHA, Lahore 5 to 7 pM
2. Salam Medical complex, garden town, kalma chowk, lahore 8 to 10 pM
3. Bilal Medical complex, Jhang on sunday and Monday

27/08/2021

Now available at Salam Medical Complex, Ferozpur road, Garden town from 8.30Pm to 10 Pm, every Tuesday to saturday.

- Dr. M. Bilal Mazhar -

CONSULTANT CHILD SPECIALIST & NEONATOLOGIST
MBBS (KEMU), FCPS (PEDS), MRCPCH-II (UK),
PGPN (Boston, USA)
Mayo Hospital Lahore

Call us at +92 300 4757691 for further details and queries.

Address: 320 Main Ferozepur Road Near Kalma Chowk Flyover, Lahore.

15/08/2021

Corona Virus and Kids: what to Know (part2)

How to Protect Your Kids from the Coronavirus and COVID-19?

For children too young to be vaccinated for COVID-19, the best way to prevent children from becoming sick with COVID-19 is to avoid exposing them to people who are (or who might be) sick with the virus, including family members. Here are three of the best ways to protect your kids from infection.

Maintain physical distancing. The more people your kids come in contact with, and the longer the duration of that contact, the higher the risk of infection with the coronavirus.

Children should stay at least 6 feet from others outside of their household.

Check your kids’ day care and schools (if they are open) to ensure physical distancing measures are in place.

Limit in-person play with other children, and be sure the children wear masks properly.

Ensure that children limit close contact with children and adults who are vulnerable, such as those with health conditions.

Wear a mask. When out and about in public, unvaccinated adults and kids should wear a mask that covers both nose and mouth, especially in situations outside the home where physical distance isn’t possible. Parents should help younger children practice wearing masks before returning to school so kids are comfortable wearing them in class.

Hand hygiene. Kids should wash their hands after using the bathroom, sneezing, coughing or blowing their nose, before eating (even snacks) and immediately after coming inside from playing outdoors.

Parents should teach kids to wash their hands regularly, with soap and warm water, for at least 20 seconds. They can help keep track of time by singing the ABCs, which takes about 20 seconds to finish. If soap and water are not available, the next best option is hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol.

If your child is refusing to wash their hands or becoming very upset when asked to do so, it might help to give them a small reward, such as a sticker, to celebrate each time they wash their hands. Compliment them for doing a really good job while washing their hands. It also helps when parents set an example by washing their own hands frequently.

Kids and families can reduce coronavirus risk together

Though in most cases COVID-19 seems to have less serious health consequences for children than for adults, it is important to avoid infection among children, ensure they get their flu shots and other vaccinations, be on the lookout for serious disease in kids, and help prevent the virus from spreading.

Families with children can encourage these precautions:

Cough and sneeze with care.
Encourage everyone in the family to cough and sneeze into their elbow, instead of their hands, and to wash their hands after each time this occurs and throw away tissues after they are used.

Keep hands off faces.
Parents should remind children to avoid touching their face as much as possible. Milstone says it can help if kids carry a toy that will keep their hands busy, but he notes that parents should wash those toys regularly.

Keep things clean.
Wipe down toys and surfaces your child touches regularly, especially when traveling or when near a person who is sick. Clean surfaces at home and store cleaners in cabinets that are either too high for your child to reach or are secured with childproof cabinet locks.

Address anxiety and stress.
Talking things over as a family can help identify specific fears and clarify the facts. It also helps for families to discuss a plan in case someone gets sick or something else happens that interrupts the normal routine.

Children will look to you when deciding how to feel about COVID-19. If you feel calm and prepared, they are likely to feel similarly.

Dr. M. Bilal Mazhar
MBBS, FCPS, MRCPCH-II, PGPN

15/08/2021

Corona Virus in Babies and Kids: what to Know (part 1)

What should parents know about coronavirus variants and children?

Coronavirus variants, including the very contagious delta variant, continue to spread, particularly in areas with low rates of community COVID-19 vaccination.

For children too young to be vaccinated (and adults who have not received coronavirus vaccines) it is important to follow proven COVID-19 precautions such as mask wearing when in public, indoor places to reduce the chance of becoming infected with the coronavirus.

Indoor activities are riskier than outdoor activities, but risk can be reduced by masking, distancing, hand washing, and improved ventilation.

Can children get a COVID-19 vaccine?

Several COVID-19 vaccines have been authorized for emergency use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). One of these vaccines is authorized for people age12 and over, with authorization for younger children likely in the months ahead. Johns Hopkins Medicine views all authorized COVID-19 vaccines as highly effective at preventing serious disease, hospitalization, and death from COVID-19.

Can children get coronavirus?

Yes. Although in a majority of cases disease seems to be milder in young children, parents and caregivers should understand that children can be infected with SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, and can transmit it to others.

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, more than 4 million children have tested positive for COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic.

In rare cases, children can become very sick with COVID-19, and deaths have occurred. That’s why it is important to use precautions and prevent infection in children as well as adults.

Can newborns get COVID-19?

It appears that women infected with the coronavirus can, in very rare cases, pass the disease to her baby. Infants can also become infected shortly after being born. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), most newborns who test positive for the coronavirus have mild symptoms or none at all, and recover, but serious cases have occurred. Pregnant women should take extra precautions to avoid the coronavirus.

What are coronavirus symptoms in babies and children?

Generally, COVID-19 symptoms are milder in children than in adults, and some infected children may not have any signs of being sick at all.

Symptoms for children and adults include:

Cough
Fever or chills
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Muscle or body aches
Sore throat
New loss of taste or smell
Diarrhea
Headache
New fatigue
Nausea or vomiting
Congestion or runny nose

Fever and cough are common COVID-19 symptoms in both adults and children; shortness of breath is more likely to be seen in adults. Children can have pneumonia, with or without obvious symptoms. They can also experience sore throat, excessive fatigue or diarrhea.

However, serious illness in children with COVID-19 is possible, and parents should stay alert if their child is diagnosed with, or shows signs of, the disease.

Children with COVID-19: When to Call for emergency help

Parents or guardians should immediately seek urgent or emergency medical care if they notice these warning signs in a child:

Difficulty breathing or catching his or her breath
Inability to keep down any liquids
New confusion or inability to awaken
Bluish lips

Risk Factors for Serious COVID-19 in Children?

Data from the CDC study indicate that some children may be at a higher risk for a serious case of COVID-19, needing medical care in a hospital:

Those under age 2
Malnourished or immunocompromised children
Children who were born prematurely
Those living with obesity or chronic lung disease

If you think your child is sick with COVID-19, trust your instinct, especially if the child has a cough or fever. Contact your pediatrician, family care practitioner or urgent care clinic if you don’t have a doctor, and follow their instructions carefully regarding isolation and testing.

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C)?

Doctors at children’s hospitals have noted that children between ages 2 and 15 may experience a condition called multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children, or MIS-C.

Call your family doctor or pediatrician right away if your child experiences a fever of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or more that lasts more than 24 hours and at least one of these symptoms:

Unusual weakness or fatigue
A red rash
Abdominal (belly) pain
Vomiting and diarrhea
Red, cracked lips
Red eyes
Swollen hands or feet

Children with Medical Conditions?

Asthma: Children with asthma may have more severe symptoms from COVID-19 or any other respiratory disease, including the flu. There are no indications that most children with asthma experience severe symptoms due to the coronavirus, but observe them carefully and, if symptoms develop, call the child’s doctor to discuss next steps and to arrange appropriate evaluation as needed. Keep your child’s medications refilled and take extra care to avoid things that set off asthma attacks in your child.

Diabetes: Control of blood sugar is key. Children with well-managed diabetes are not expected to be more susceptible to COVID-19. But poorly controlled diabetes can weaken the immune system, so parents and doctors should watch these children carefully for signs and symptoms that may require evaluation.

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