Excessive Irritability in Children
Y. K. Amdekar
"To understand: Difference between physiological and pathological irritability. Bed-side diagnosis of probable cause. Importance of ruling out serious causes that may need urgent intervention. Relevant investigations and management"
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About Excessive Irritability in Children

This video shows the way to handle a child with excessive irritability. Severely crying child is a challenge to bed-side diagnosis but with proper evaluation and observation, one can come to reasonably correct diagnosis. Serious causes need to be ruled out immediately with focused physical examination so as not to miss out on treatable life saving interventions. Few causes may be potentially serious and also need careful attention. Random use of sedatives or antispasmodic drugs must be avoided as they could cause harm.


  • Chapters
    1. Chapter 1
    2. Chapter 2
    3. Chapter 3
    4. Chapter 4
    5. Chapter 5
    6. Chapter 6

About Y. K. Amdekar

Dr Yeshwant Amdekar is one of the senior most practicing pediatricians in India having been in paediatric practice for last 47 years. He served as a teacher at Grant Medical College for 30 years and retired as a professor of Pediatrics in the year 2000. He has taught an entire generation of paediatricians and continues to do so even today.

He is presently Medical Director of the B.J.Wadia Hospital for children which is Mumbai's only dedicated and largest children's hospital. He was President of the Indian Academy of Pediatrics in the year 1995 and has served the academy in various positions. He has also authored four books and has contributed articles in indexed journals and chapters in textbooks. He has been a recipient of many prestigious orations.

Dr Amdekar has been a great source of encouragement to young paediatricians as well as development of paediatric sub-specialities including paediatric hepatology.


Excessive Irritability in Children
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