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Allergies: Overreaction of the immune system to common substances, such as food or environmental allergens.

Immunization: The administration of vaccines to protect children from infectious diseases.

Intensive care: An advanced level of medical care required for critically ill or injured patients.

Common childhood illnesses: Medical conditions that are common in the child population, such as colds and ear infections.

Child health: The set of medical practices and approaches that promote the well-being and optimal development of children.

Child Mental Health: The emotional and psychological state of children and the medical care that addresses mental health issues in this population.

Child nutrition: Proper and balanced nutrition to ensure healthy growth in children.

Child Development: The process of physical, cognitive, and social growth in children throughout their childhood.

Growth and Development: The physical and mental changes that occur as children grow and mature.

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Neonatology: The branch of pediatrics that focuses on the care of newborns born prematurely or with medical problems.

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Pediatrician: A physician who specializes in the medical care of children and adolescents.

Pediatrics: The branch of medicine that focuses on the health care of children from birth through adolescence.

Pediatric Critical Care: Specialized intensive care for children with serious illnesses or injuries.

Pediatric Rehabilitation: Therapies and services that help children recover from injuries or disabilities.

Pediatric respiratory therapy: Treatment for respiratory problems in children, such as asthma.

Pneumonia: An infection of the respiratory tract that can affect children, causing symptoms such as fever and difficulty breathing.

Preventive care: Services and medical practices designed to prevent disease and promote good health in children.

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Sleep disorders in children: Issues that affect children's sleep patterns, such as insomnia or nightmares.

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Treatment of pediatric diseases: Specific therapies and medical care for conditions that affect children.

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Vaccination: The administration of vaccines to prevent infectious diseases in children.

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Dr. Denise Núñez

Glossary

Find concise and clear definitions of key terms related to pediatrics, children's health, and pediatric critical care. Our goal is to provide a deeper understanding of these concepts so that parents and caregivers are better informed about their children's health and the health of the family in general.

  • Who is Dr. Denise Núñez?
    Dr. Denise Núñez is a pediatrician with experience in General Pediatrics and Pediatric Critical Care, who is dedicated to providing medical care to the Latino community in the Bronx. Her passion for children's health has made her a prominent voice in this field.
  • What does Dr. Denise Núñez specialize in?
    Dr. Denise Núñez is a pediatrician and a specialist in pediatric critical care medicine. Her focus is on the care of children in critical medical situations and the overall well-being of the little ones.
  • How many years of experience does Dr. Núñez have in pediatric medicine?
    How many years of experience does Dr. Núñez have in pediatric medicine?
  • What is pediatrics?
    What is pediatrics?
  • Until what age is the assistance of a pediatrician necessary?
    Until what age is the assistance of a pediatrician necessary?
  • How often is it recommended to visit a pediatrician?
    How often is it recommended to visit a pediatrician?
  • What is Pediatric Critical Care Medicine?
    What is Pediatric Critical Care Medicine?
  • When is Pediatric Critical Care Medicine necessary?
    When is Pediatric Critical Care Medicine necessary?
  • What types of pediatric conditions does Dr. Núñez treat in her practice?
    What types of pediatric conditions does Dr. Núñez treat in her practice?
  • What sets Dr. Núñez apart from other pediatricians?
    What sets Dr. Núñez apart from other pediatricians?
  • Where does Dr. Denise Núñez practice?
    Where does Dr. Denise Núñez practice?
  • What is Divino Niño Pediatrics, PLLC?
    What is Divino Niño Pediatrics, PLLC?
  • What is Doctor Urgent Medical Care?
    What is Doctor Urgent Medical Care?
  • What is Niño de la Caridad, Inc.?
    What is Niño de la Caridad, Inc.?
  • How can I contact Dr. Nuñez in case of an emergency?
    How can I contact Dr. Nuñez in case of an emergency?

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Allergies: Overreaction of the immune system to common substances, such as food or environmental allergens.

Immunization: The administration of vaccines to protect children from infectious diseases.

Intensive care: An advanced level of medical care required for critically ill or injured patients.

Common childhood illnesses: Medical conditions that are common in the child population, such as colds and ear infections.

Child health: The set of medical practices and approaches that promote the well-being and optimal development of children.

Child Mental Health: The emotional and psychological state of children and the medical care that addresses mental health issues in this population.

Child nutrition: Proper and balanced nutrition to ensure healthy growth in children.

Child Development: The process of physical, cognitive, and social growth in children throughout their childhood.

Growth and Development: The physical and mental changes that occur as children grow and mature.

C

G

I

Neonatology: The branch of pediatrics that focuses on the care of newborns born prematurely or with medical problems.

N

Pediatrician: A physician who specializes in the medical care of children and adolescents.

Pediatrics: The branch of medicine that focuses on the health care of children from birth through adolescence.

Pediatric Critical Care: Specialized intensive care for children with serious illnesses or injuries.

Pediatric Rehabilitation: Therapies and services that help children recover from injuries or disabilities.

Pediatric respiratory therapy: Treatment for respiratory problems in children, such as asthma.

Pneumonia: An infection of the respiratory tract that can affect children, causing symptoms such as fever and difficulty breathing.

Preventive care: Services and medical practices designed to prevent disease and promote good health in children.

P

Sleep disorders in children: Issues that affect children's sleep patterns, such as insomnia or nightmares.

S

Treatment of pediatric diseases: Specific therapies and medical care for conditions that affect children.

T

Vaccination: The administration of vaccines to prevent infectious diseases in children.

V

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