Baby kids Diseases Prevention

Diseases of Children, Baby Diseases and Prevention

Newborn infant disorders

Baby two weeks until the "new-born baby as" called. Diseases that may occur during this period are collected in three groups: Congenital defective development, stemming from birth injuries and diseases in newborns. Jaundice and breast glands swollen the first days of life and property are not counted among the feared disease is considered.

Blue baby

A congenital heart disorder. An opening in the wall that separates the left and right ventricles and lungs are narrowing. Thus, the general circulation in the blood of the left heart that pumps blood resistance in the lungs, right heart pumping a little difference between the resistance becomes. Therefore, a portion of blood to the lungs due to lack of resistance to go right in the heart of the heart through the left section. Opening in the wall that separates the left and right ventricles and pulmonary artery-right ventricle of the heart as a result of contraction in aorta more than normal developed and changed to the right place.
Symptoms: If a newborn baby more moves. Tips of fingers swells. Children grow up breathing difficulties appear.
Treatment: Surgery.

Cleft palate in infants

Cleft palate in the roof of the mouth to make extensions unite occurs. Cleft, may be soft or hard palate. Difficulty in learning to speak for the baby two years before surgery is necessary.

Congenital Hip Dislocation, Dislocation of the Hip in Children Infants

Congenital hip joint disorders, or one-way or two-way structure, but in two of 1000 children seen in subsequent hip dislocations. Dislocations of the hip in girls than in boys and more frequent. Gait disorders in the future lead to hip dislocation is not treated early.
Symptoms: A squeaky sound examination of the hip joints of the hand is taken. X-rays should be drawn if a suspected dislocation. The upper part of the leg bent kneecap normally does not stop in the clearing. Outward leg at rest stops. Most importantly, the lack of equal length legs.
Treatment: The treatment of plaster should not be haphazard. Necessarily be foreseen in the treatment of an orthopedic specialist.

Crooked neck

Adhesive on the inner end of the bone, collarbone and chest bone, muscle, bone, breast, is the result of a birth injury.
Signs: a baby inclined to keep the same side of the head and neck is always a tough one side of the ledge understood.
Treatment: Early treatment is essential, because over time the muscle and connective tissue consists of the wicked. At this stage, surgery to remove the need.

Other Developmental Disorders in Children

Developmental disorders in infants, brain, spine, digestive system, urinary tract, reproductive organs and various developmental disorders of the skin area are also included. These disorders are very rarely seen by midwives and doctors are immediately noticeable. Internal organs can be seen in disorders of the disease, symptoms usually appear after infancy.

Hematoma of the skull

The bleeding under the outer membrane of the skull bone, side bone at the top of the head and consists of unilaterally. Swelling seen in the size of chicken eggs and gives a feeling as if there was liquid in touch. From time to time, or two-sided can occur in high-art head disappears after birth in the sixth week. Hematoma rarely takes longer to heal and the swelling is seen on the bone membrane calcification. Following the later development of the skull in a flat view, the region previously.
Bleeding in the lining of the bone on the outside of a very rare and may be under the scalp. A wider region that tend to spread this kind of bleeding should stop within a few days.

Birth palsy, paralysis on

Peripheral paralysis that can do (environmental) degradation of the nerves, face or arm is neural networks. On the central nervous system, consisting of a variety of reasons and these reasons should not be underestimated on injuries. Such injuries, brain tissue or membranes (meninges) can be extremely dangerous for it may cause bleeding.

by: Health Nurse Care Plan

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