- Introduction: Pheochromocytoma18:46Heat Illness Part 110:17Paper Chase 1: Febrile Seizure Risk After Vaccination in Children 6 to 23 Months7:17Ketogenic Diet - Part 1 (The Charlie Foundation)17:45Noisy Breathing InfantFree Chapter13:53Paper Chase 2: Behavioral Interventions for Infant Sleep Problems8:14Heat Illness Part 224:27Contributor Profiles: Matthieu DeClerck, MD4:07Paper Chase 3: Swaddling and the Risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome7:05Ketogenic Diet - Part 217:33Paper Chase 4: Planned Out-of-Hospital Birth Outcomes5:54Myocarditis24:27Paper Chase 5: Adverse Reactions in Infants From Medications in Breast Milk5:50The Summary13:41
The ketogenic diet (KD) is a nonpharmacologic treatment option for intractable childhood epilepsy. It has received skepticism since its development in the early 1920’s. However in the last 20 years has made large strides on improving its evidence based research. Mizuho speaks to the man responsible for promoting the science, the founder of The Charlie Foundation.