Birth defects.....Breathing challenges

Birth defects.....Breathing challenges

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Birth defects.....Breathing challenges
Posted in 2013
Premature babies face breathing problems because their respiratory systems are still immature. These are problems that can sometimes be overcome with intensive care. Some examples are:
  • respiratory distress syndrome: difficulty breathing because there is not enough of a substance called surfactant to keep the air sacs open
  • pulmonary hypoplasia: a condition where the lungs are underdeveloped, most often associated with premature rupture of the fetal membranes before the 24th week of pregnancy
  • pneumonia: an infection of the lung that causes the lining of the airways to swell and air sacs to become filled with pus
  • pneumothorax: rupture of the air sacs in the lungs, which leads to an accumulation of air in the chest that squashes the lung
  • chronic lung disease: damage to the lungs caused by a subtle interaction between the immature lung, the disease process, and the interventions such as ventilators used to treat lung problems in premature babies. A combination of factors, such as inflammation, pressure, and oxygen given through the ventilator, may injure the lungs and lead to chronic lung disease.

My advise
!...  Practice breathing techniques 
2..  Take Healthy food
3...  Wait for your healthy child

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