We are pleased and honored to welcome you and your colleagues to be a Speaker/Delegate at our upcoming “Global Experts Meeting on European Pediatrics” which will be held during October 17-19, 2019 at Rome, Italy hosted by Frontiers Meetings.
Euro Pediatrics 2019 covers a wide range of critically important sessions from basic research to recent innovations. It is especially based to learn and share knowledge on current research and applications of pediatrics.
My neice (2) was just admitted last week for neuro symptoms the doctor thought was neurological. Today they found a tumor on her kidney. I'm 5 hours away and trying to be supportive, my sister is very timid and obviously terrified. I'm trying to plan a trip up but was looking for advice on being supportive from here. I'm research and remember a little from nursing school but i don't want to tell her things I'm finding and end up being misleading. Any advice? Not the best way to spend her second birthday.
It's been the worst two weeks of my life. My 10 year old son was diagnosed with Leukemia. Our world was turned upside down.
The subreddit is kind of dead it seems, but maybe someone out there has some ideas.
He was hospitalized for about a week while they gave him transfusions, installed a port and started the chemo.
We have a mattress topper given to us by the hospital, but it's super bulky and not really comfortable. They recommended bringing it for outpatient sessions to make it a little more comfortable. It's kind of an eggshell design and foam.
We have our first outpatient chemo session tomorrow and I'm looking to see if anyone has some recommendations on a good portable matress topper that works well with a hospital bed setup.
I want to try and make it as pleasant of an experience as possible. It would be nice if someone had some personal experience and could point out a few brands.
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