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What to do if the newborn has shortness of breath during winter

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Newborns born at this time of winter have to take extra care. At this time children get various diseases including cold, cough, cold and pneumonia. These causes the newborn to have difficulty breathing.

The baby first has common symptoms such as colds and coughs, which can later become severe. Pneumonia can put a child’s life in jeopardy.

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Outbreaks appear to be exacerbated during childhood and adolescence. Pneumonia can lead to severe lung infections and respiratory problems.

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Newborn shortness of breath

Newborn shortness of breath is manifested by one or more of the following three symptoms. Breathing rate of 60 or more per minute, deep sighing and grunting and difficulty breathing.

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Shortness of breath occurs in 5-10 percent of newborns. Its causes depend on the age of the newborn, gestation period and the health risks to the mother.

The main reason

1. RDS, TTN, Gestational Pneumonia, Myconium Aspiration Syndrome, Pneumonia, Aspiration Pneumonia, Surgical Causes

2. Heart failure

3. Terrestrial respiratory complications, bleeding inside the brain

4. Metabolic, when blood glucose levels drop, acidity in the blood

5. Excessive cold, high levels of hemoglobin in the blood, etc.

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What to do

Use a radiant warmer if necessary to control the temperature. Intravenous saline, if breast milk cannot be sucked. Maintain oxygen at 8-95 percent. Sippe if necessary, mechanical ventilation.

Also surfactant therapy (within 2 hours of the onset of symptoms). Providing steroids to pregnant mothers between 24 and 34 weeks to prevent RDS.

Physician’s advice must be taken in all matters.

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