The Process Of Recovery From Illness In Children?
mualaikumrnI want to ask, I am a mother with one child, my child just came home from my hospital. Saturday night, the 10th, I want to go on a trip, can I take my child to go, while the child has just had a plank from the hospital?
After being hospitalized, a child may still be in the process of recovering, depending on the type of illness he suffered while being treated. If your child is sent home on doctor's instructions, it could mean that the child has recovered from the illness suffered at the time of admission or no longer requires inpatient medical treatment (eg intravenous fluids, intravenous injection drugs, observation, etc.) and treatment can be continued at home. The recovery process at home can take the form of taking home medicine from the doctor, restoring the child's eating/drinking pattern, and often still needing more rest than normal, maybe 1-2 days after treatment depending on the response of each child.
Given that February 10 is still 6 days from now, it's a good idea to assess the development of the child's situation and condition every day. If from your observation the child is already active as before and it is possible to travel, then there are no special restrictions. Make sure to keep taking any medicines from the doctor that need to be consumed (if there are any) and be quick to take them to the doctor/hospital if at any time the child falls ill again. If the doctor who treats your child is advised to return to control, fulfill the specified schedule to evaluate the child's healing process.
I hope this information is helpful.
Regards, dr. Delvira