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Welcome to the Doctor's Corner

Here we feature little snippets of wisdom from our wonderful doctors, including anything from tips on avoiding injuries to advice for situations where your child may be sick or injured.  

We invite you to "sit down with the doc" here at the Doctor's Corner!

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By lemaster 08 Aug, 2017

By klillis, Feb 6, 2015, 5:00PM

Tis the season for sledding, snowboarding, skiing, tubing, hockey, and all out snowy fun! Take the time to talk with your kids in regards to safety and make sure they are dressed appropriately for their cold adventure. If the activity entails high rates of speed - intentional or not - helmets are recommended.

Head injuries are common in this winter weather, and recent research shows that concussions can have lasting effects. Signs and symptoms of a concussion can include headache, confusion, sleepiness, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, memory loss, and trouble concentrating. Of most concern is loss of consciousness! If your child is displaying these symptoms, an evaluation by a medical professional is necessary. An evaluation at our Urgent Care will include a full neurological exam followed by possible imaging studies, medication, and observation. Any child with loss of consciousness will be observed every 15 minutes for at least 2 hours. 

We include clear discharge instructions for at-home care and follow-up. It is common practice to limit a child from physical activity until they are cleared by their pediatrician. Dependent on the severity of the concussion, this could be for several weeks. A child who sustains a second concussion when not completely healed from the first concussion can have lifelong neurological changes.

If in doubt, get checked out! 

- Dr. Kate

By lemaster 08 Aug, 2017

At Pediatric and Adolescent Urgent Care of WNY, we want you to enjoy this holiday season with family and friends. During this busy time of year, we would like to remind you to keep an even closer eye on the smallest family members. Children are naturally curious, and will get into just about anything. The holidays bring a variety of new experiences into your family’s life, especially if you have young children. There may be many more opportunities for children to get into dangerous items.

Here are a few quick things to remember:

  • Remind visiting family members to keep prescription medications hidden away from tiny hands.
  • Any alcoholic beverages should always be kept well away from the reach of your little ones.
  • Shiny ornaments and decorations on the Christmas tree are most inviting to little eyes, and close monitoring is required.
  • When visiting homes of family and friends, keep in mind that not every house is child-proof.

With close supervision of the little ones during this holiday season, you are sure to have a very Merry Christmas!

Happy Holidays!

Dr. Sue

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