Neonatal Care is given to a newborn baby from the time of birth through to the first month of life. Before birth, babies depend on their mother’s body for breathing, eating, eliminating waste and immune protection. After birth, this changes and babies have to rely on their own bodies.Read More
What are infectious diseases?
An inflamed throat, ear infection, urinary tract infection (UTI), bronchitis, bronchiolitis, influenza and bacterial sinusitis are common infectious diseases present in children.Read More
What is eczema?
Eczema arises in the form of raised, red, crusty patches on your baby's skin. Eczema occurs in the initial months after birth and eventually subsides as your baby grows. Babies can develop eczema on any part of their body, usually on their cheeks and legs.
Bipolar Disorder remains one of the psychiatric conditions that presents with high rates of non-adherence to treatment protocols.Read More
Medifin provides loans to patients who require financial assistance for surgical procedures, with structured repayments terms to suit individual needs with zero deposit required also ensuring that the online application process is safe, secure and confidential.Read More
Women’s health, in recent years, has been greatly talked about. There are awareness campaigns and wellness schemes that promote female well-being and medical care.Read More
Joint Medical Holdings Group (JMH) is proud to share that Durdoc Hospital has been recognised for its excellence in the Discovery Health Hospital Care Rating index.Read More
Tobacco can cause not only kidney function issues but also Urological disorders that can get problematic with time. This leads us to the heart of the matter.Read More
One of the greatest strategies to ensure a healthy birth is to have a good pregnancy. Getting prenatal treatment early and on a regular basis increases the odds of a safe pregnancy. With a pre-pregnancy visit to a health care practitioner or the best maternity hospital in Durban, this treatment can begin even before conception.Read More
The terminology “cardiovascular disease” refers to any ailment that affects the heart or blood vessels. People with hypertension, diabetes, obesity, chronic kidney disease, and thoseRead More
Integrated health care, also known as interprofessional health care, is a method of treating patients that emphasizes communication and collaboration among health professionals.Read More