Dr Mark Rosenthal

MD MB ChB FRCP FRCPCH BSc

Consultant in Paediatric Respiratory Medicine

also specialist in Food Allergies & Disorders of Sleep

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T: 0207 351 8832

E: s.harvey@rbht.nhs.uk

A:The Royal Brompton Hospital, London, SW3 6NP

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How to Avoid a Chest Infection

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Prevention is always better than cure, so it is important to try to stop the germs from spreading if your child has an infection. Chest infection treatment can help to eliminate the virus or bacteria that is responsible, but the only way to avoid anyone else in the family falling ill is to keep the germs away. Read More

Why Do Children Snore?

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Snoring is quite common and it is usually harmless. About one in ten children snore most of the time, while others may snore occasionally when they have a blocked nose. However, snoring can sometimes be associated with sleep disorders in children, so if your child’s sleep seems disturbed it could be causing a problem. Read More

Why Your Doctor Won’t Always Give You Antibiotics

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You may expect your doctor to prescribe antibiotics when you bring your child in with an infection, but it won’t happen every time. Your doctor may recommend antibiotics for some kinds of infections, but you won’t be given these drugs for any kind of viral infection in children. You should only be prescribed antibiotics if your doctor suspects a bacterial infection, rather than a viral one, or if there is a need to use antibiotics to stop bacteria from causing an infection when the immune system is already busy dealing with another problem. Read More