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How to Avoid Mental Breakdown of Infant Care for New Parents

parenting
SOS help for infant care from newborn to 72 months
How to Avoid Mental Breakdown of Infant Care for New Parents
Publication Rights : Taiwan Mansion (Traditional Chinese)
Author Kwak, Jaehyeok
Publisher Soulhouse
Publish Date 2020/03/20
Price 15,000 Won
Size/Pages W 152mm, H 215mm, Thickness 21mm, 336 pages
IBSN 979-11-88915-21-7 13590
Category Infant care
Keywords #Emergency, #HealthyRaising, #InfantCare, #NewParent, #PregnancyBirthInfantCare

SOS help for infant care from newborn to 72 months. Over 300 symptoms and treatments help you to avoid mental breakdown of infant care!
“Should I go to a different hospital if the child’s cold is not getting better?”, “Isn’t it best not to use antibiotics?”, “My kid keeps having hiccups, is it ok?”, “Is it congenital fever or atopy?”, “My child is often sick, should I not send him to daycare?”
The author is a medical doctor specializing in children care and also a first-time parent. He gives answers to questions you couldn’t ask at the hospital, answers you couldn’t get from the hospital or with an Internet search. Stop reading information from the Internet that do not have clear evidence or source! Check out these easy to understand medical information to avoid the mental breakdown of infant care!

Overview

When you raise a child, there are situations everyday such as hiccups, crying, scratches and bruises that the parents have to deal with. You go to the hospital because your kid is sick, but at a loss for words; you want to ask questions, but you see the long line of patients; you nod at the doctor’s words but regret not asking for clarification. These are situations that most parents go through. You come home and search for answers on the Internet but there is a flood of information and it is hard to distinguish between the true and false information.
Dr. Peter is a medical doctor specializing in children care and also a first-time parent. He gives answers to questions you couldn’t ask at the hospital, answers you couldn’t get from the hospital or with an Internet search. Solve all of your infant care problems that you couldn’t solve at the hospital with this book.

About the Author - Kwak, Jaehyeok

Kwak, Jaehyeok is a medical doctor specializing in children care and an author. He is also a father to a daughter that is 41 years younger than him. He debuted as a writer in 2018.
He appears on the TV program Our Child has Changed (SBS) as a consultant. He tries to deliver the right information through his appearances in various infant care and health related TV programs.
Since 2018, he has been writing a serialized web novel through platforms such as Kakao Page, Naver, and Ridibooks. He worked on this book for the past year with his 14 years of medical experience and infant care experience. He also runs his own YouTube channel called PeterTube to guide parents to proper infant care in a realistic but warm way.

Features

· Collection of the most often asked questions in pediatrics office regarding newborn to 72 months old babies
· Delivers most accurate medical information based on the latest information from 2020
· The author, who is a pediatrician, became a dad late in his life and tried to deliver professional medical in easy to understand terms
· No more preaching! The author delivers his personal infant care experiences
· There are a lot of information contained, but it is easy to find, and the book is easy to hold
· Includes other mom’s tips and illustrations to help you understand the information better

Table of Contents

Recommendation – Becoming a better parent with Dr. Sam
Foreword – Realistic and warm guide to infant care

Chapter 1. Newborn, I have so many questions! Newborn Q&A
Q.You can hear noise from the heart?
Q.I’m worried that my child has a dimple!
Q.Should I stop breast feeding if the newborn has jaundice?
Q.What do I do when the newborn has a fever?
Q.Baby has a diaper rash!
Q.Baby is crying so much, is he aching? And other newborn related Q&A
+ Growth & Development Checklist for New Parents

Chapter 2. Child diseases and causes by 12 major symptoms
Explanation about major symptoms including fever/convulsion/cough/respiratory difficulty/congested nose/stomachache/vomiting/diarrhea/constipation/earache/rash

Chapter 3. How to solve mental breakdown during infant care
Q.Is it better not to use antibiotics?
Q.Should I give fever reducer if the baby has a fever?
Q.What do I do if the fever does not go down after taking medicine?
Q.My baby pees at night. Etc.

Chapter 4. My baby is hurt! How to handle emergencies
Q.Forehead is cut, will it leave a scar?
Q.She fell down, what kind of band aid should I use?
Q.My baby fell off the bed, will he be ok?
Q.I think she has broken bones! Etc.

Chapter 5. Real infant care of pediatrician
1. Why is my baby sick all the time?
2. My baby doesn’t eat very much. Are there any good nutritional supplements?
3. Should I change hospital if the cold isn’t getting better?
How to utilize pediatrician 100%. Etc.