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Desarrollo infantil temprano...Un desafío
LIDYA TELLERIAS C,HELIA MOLINA M
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2008,
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De la sobrevida al desarrollo integral de la infancia: Pasos en el desarrollo del sistema de protección integral a la infancia
HELIA MOLINA M,MIGUEL CORDERO V,VERóNICA SILVA V
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2008,
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Unidades de Pediatría Ambiental
PARíS M,ENRIQUE; MOLINA M,HELIA; RíOS B,JUAN CARLOS;
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2007, DOI: 10.4067/S0370-41062007000600010
Abstract: a pediatric environmental unit is a structure with defined roles, situated preferentially in a established health center specialized in children diseases related to the environment. these centers give advice, information and management of clinical cases, train professionals, instruct the general public and deliver reports to relevant authorities. the personnel of these centers is specifically trained on environmental issues, including pediatricians, toxicologists, nurses, family physicians, obstetricians, public health experts, occupational physicians, social workers, engineers and professionals of other relevant areas. this type of multidisciplinary team reflexes the complexity of environmental health and the unique vulnerability of children to the environment. these centers are able to recognize, determinate and treat child diseases related to the environment and train healthcare providers on the subject. they were created in the usa by the atsdr (agency for toxic substances and disease registry) from the department of health and human services of the u.s. environmental protection agency (usepa)
Intoxicación por Vitamina D en el Lactante Vitamin D Intoxication in Two Infants
Helia Molina M,Patricia Mena N,Pablo Vial C,M. Elvira Fernández L
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1984,
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Reflujo vesicoureteral: Tratamiento medico y quirúrgico Vesicoureteral reflux: Outcome of medical and surgical treatments
Mónica Iglesias C,Eric Solar G,José Arce V,Helia Molina M
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1987,
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Unidades de Pediatría Ambiental Environmental Pediatric Units
ENRIQUE PARíS M,HELIA MOLINA M,JUAN CARLOS RíOS B
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2007,
Abstract: Se considera que una Unidad de Pediatría Ambiental es una estructura con roles claramente definidos, situada preferentemente en un centro de salud, especializada en afecciones pediátricas, relacionadas al ambiente. Estos centros pueden proporcionar asesoramiento, información y tratamiento, promover la investigación, entrenar a profesionales, educar al público e informar a las autoridades responsables. Su personal, especialmente entrenado en problemas ambientales, incluye: pediatras, toxicólogos, enfermeras y enfermeros, médicos de familia, obstetras, expertos de la salud pública, médicos ocupacionales, trabajadores sociales, ingenieros y consejeros de otras áreas relevantes. Solamente este tipo de equipo multidisci-plinario, ayuda a capturar la complejidad de la salud ambiental y la vulnerabilidad única de los ni os/ adolescentes frente a los peligros de sus entornos. Estos centros, capaces de reconocer, determinar y manejar enfermedades infantiles relacionadas al ambiente y de proporcionar educación y entrenamiento, fueron creados en los EE.UU. por la Agencia para las Sustancias Tóxicas y el Registro de las enfermedades (ATSDR) del Departamento de los Servicios Humanos y de Salud de la Agencia de Protección del Medio Ambiente de los EE.UU. (USEPA) A Pediatric Environmental Unit is a structure with defined roles, situated preferentially in a established Health Center specialized in children diseases related to the environment. These centers give advice, information and management of clinical cases, train professionals, instruct the general public and deliver reports to relevant authorities. The personnel of these centers is specifically trained on environmental issues, including pediatricians, toxicologists, nurses, family physicians, obstetricians, public health experts, occupational physicians, social workers, engineers and professionals of other relevant areas. This type of multidisciplinary team reflexes the complexity of environmental health and the unique vulnerability of children to the environment. These centers are able to recognize, determinate and treat child diseases related to the environment and train healthcare providers on the subject. They were created in the USA by the ATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry) from the Department of Health and Human Services of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)
Medición de presión arterial con Doppler en recién nacidos y lactantes normales Blood pressure by Doppler method in 0 to 24 months old infants.
Edda Lagomarsino F,Bettina von Dessauer G,Helia Molina M,Eric Solar G
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1989,
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La importancia de la salud ambiental y el alcance de las unidades de pediatría ambiental The relevance of environmental health and the scope of pediatric environmental health specialty units
Enrique París M,Marli Bettini,Helia Molina,Juan José Mieres
Revista médica de Chile , 2009,
Abstract: In the last decades there has been an important decrease in infant mobidity and mortality, but these achievements are not equally distributed across the whole population. Children are one of the most susceptible groups due to their unique vulnerabilities to environmental factors. Unhealthy environments, indoor pollution, poor drainage, inadequate waste disposal, and many others, are significant environmental risk factors to children. Currently, Chile is experiencing an advanced demographical transition, a situation that requires a precise approach to guarantee that the population has an adequate health status. It is important to take care of children, since their present health status will condition their health as adults. Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Units are structures specialized in pediatric conditions related to the environment, formed by an interdisciplinary and highly specialized team. These centers provide assistance, information and treatment, promote research, edúcate health care providers or the public, and report problems to authoríties. Health authoríties should emphasize the importance ofhavíng a safe environment for children and encourage efforts to reduce exposure to environmentalhazards promoting healthy behaviors, education and awareness at all levéis of society .
La importancia de la salud ambiental y el alcance de las unidades de pediatría ambiental
París M,Enrique; Bettini,Marli; Molina,Helia; Mieres,Juan José; Bravo,Victoria; Ríos,Juan Carlos;
Revista médica de Chile , 2009, DOI: 10.4067/S0034-98872009000100016
Abstract: in the last decades there has been an important decrease in infant mobidity and mortality, but these achievements are not equally distributed across the whole population. children are one of the most susceptible groups due to their unique vulnerabilities to environmental factors. unhealthy environments, indoor pollution, poor drainage, inadequate waste disposal, and many others, are significant environmental risk factors to children. currently, chile is experiencing an advanced demographical transition, a situation that requires a precise approach to guarantee that the population has an adequate health status. it is important to take care of children, since their present health status will condition their health as adults. pediatric environmental health specialty units are structures specialized in pediatric conditions related to the environment, formed by an interdisciplinary and highly specialized team. these centers provide assistance, information and treatment, promote research, edúcate health care providers or the public, and report problems to authoríties. health authoríties should emphasize the importance ofhavíng a safe environment for children and encourage efforts to reduce exposure to environmentalhazards promoting healthy behaviors, education and awareness at all levéis of society .
DERECHOS DEL NI O COMPROMISO DE BUENOS AIRES
Teodoro Puga,Gerardo Mejia-Baltodano,Helia Molina
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2002,
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