Dr. Jide Menakaya, Consultant Neonatologist delivered this online lecture on 11th July 2020 on Neonatal Emergency Life.
Hillingdon Hospital UK Neo-Natal Unit (2015)
Dr Menakaya worked with His Worshipful, The Mayor of Hillingdon to buy a new specialist baby transport incubator for the Neonatal Unit at Hillingdon Hospital, United Kingdom. Here, he receives a cheque of £15,000 from The Mayor towards the purchase of this important equipment. There can be gold at the end of the rainbow, as the Mayor of Hillingdon discovered …
The Land’s End to John O’Groats Bike Ride (2005)
Dr. Menakaya undertook an 1100mile bike ride to raise money for the purchase of a specialist equipment for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Hillingdon Hospital Middlesex United Kingdom.
Mercy Hospital Melbourne Neo-Natal Unit (2001)
Dr. Menakaya undertook an 800 km bike ride to raise money for The Featherweight Club, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Mercy Hospital for Women, Melbourne Australia.
Constipation in Children and Young People
Constipation is very common. It affects about 1 in 3 children and is a cause of discomfort for children. If not managed appropriately, it has the potential to lead to more challenging symptoms including painful defecation, bleeding, abdominal pain and soiling. Symptoms that may have a devastating impact on the child’s confidence and education. Here at Moor Park Paediatric Practice, …
Coeliac Disease in Children and Young People
Coeliac Disease is common. It affects about 1 in 100 people in the population. If your child has this condition, it is because gluten, a protein that is present in wheat has caused some damage to the lining (villi) of the gut. Coeliac Disease is a life- long disease. It is managed by ensuring adherence to a Gluten Free Diet. …
Sepsis in Children
Throughout childhood, children will suffer from feverish illness. Most of them will recover promptly and bounce back to their usual healthy state. Sepsis in children is rare but it is always important to watch out carefully for certain symptoms if your child is unwell.
Jaundice in the New-born
Jaundice is very common in the new-born period. It is usually seen as a mild yellow discoloration of the eyes and skin caused by a liver pigment, bilirubin. It affects about 1 in 2 newly born babies and is usual observed from the second day of life. For most babies, jaundice is harmless and with adequate hydration, disappears by the first week of life.
Excellence in Paediatrics International Conference
Dr Menakaya has lectured to professional colleagues at many centres in the UK and abroad on pioneering methods he has developed for caring for unwell children. Here, he presents an audio visual lecture describing a novel method of caring for newborn babies with jaundice.
International Paediatric Training Programme at Iyienu Mission Hospital
The Bishop on the Niger His Lordship Rt Rev Dr Owen Nwokolo invited Moor Park Paediatric Practice, a UK based health care provider organization to provide a training programme on paediatric emergency life support for the medical, nursing and midwifery staff at Iyienu Mission Hospital Ogidi, the premier diocesan health care provider facility in the area. After several months of …
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