We should have a strong sense of social responsibility and a sense of honor in scientific research, do research that is really meaningful to human health and social development, devote ourselves to research, be conscientious, and safeguard the solemnity and sanctity of medical scientific research.
Keep the scientific research objective and neutral, free from the influence of various interest groups, honest and self-discipline.
When evaluating and applying for scientific research funds, we should be objective, fair, realistic and fair in competition, so that the winners and the losers are eliminated.
In the process of carrying out scientific research projects, we should be practical and realistic, always adhere to the spirit of science, pursue scientific height and innovation, never publish papers repeatedly at a low level, never exaggerate scientific research results, never forge or tamper with data, never plagiarize or plagiarize others' achievements, never allow others or "hitchhike" in others' articles, not sign their names, never buy or sell papers, never encroach on them Scientific research achievements of others.
As for pneumonia in children, all the concerns of parents are here
If pneumonia can not be treated in time, standard and thoroughly, it may cause repeated or aggravation of the disease, and even induce other complications, such as heart failure, empyema, pulmonary abscess, myocarditis or toxic encephalitis, etc., and some pneumonia with rapid progress even
Li Qing Qing
Guangdong maternal and Child Health Hospital|
In fact, pneumonia in children is not an infectious disease. It is an infectious disease. It infects either viruses or bacteria. Healthy children in kindergartens should be separated. Children's resistance is relatively low. Do not live in the same room with sick children. Air isolation, such as wearing a mask, or playing in a ventilated place.
When a child has a pathogen, there will be a large number of pathogens in the secretion, so it must be separated from healthy children.
Mycoplasma infection can cause minor epidemics, so respiratory isolation should be paid attention to. In autumn and winter, windows should be opened regularly to keep the air fresh. Drink more warm water and eat easily digestible and nutritious food. Carry out outdoor activities and physical exercises, especially strengthen breathing exercise to improve breathing function. When going out in cold season or climate change, add clothes in time to prevent cold. Macrolides are commonly used as anti Mycoplasma drugs.