I got upset

I got upset

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Dear reader, you are rightly asked why this strange title is. I just heard a story. It's a true story. This little bit of knowledge came from this story as well, and as a matter of fact, I chose the two words that first flashed through my mind.

Location: Heim Pбl Children's School. It's night. Quiet waking period. She is ill, but she can live at home. Suddenly, the turmoil and excitement in the Emergency begins. Mom brings a blanket of two-month-old babies to the spark of life. Full health equipment works halfway through Urna to bring the child back to life, but all efforts are in vain. In the evening, it was officially the end of life just after the start of my life. It was a disturbing event, but I just realized that it was a perfectly healthy, well-developing baby. Every parent comes up with the saying, "Could this have happened, could it have happened to my baby?". I would like to answer this legitimate question as quickly as possible. The request has always been topical and will continue to be so. What does this concept mean? By definition, SIDS is a wholesome, well-developing infant, a sudden onset without any precedent, which cannot be found by a medical examination. What comes out of the definition? Although the phenomenon was already known in biblical times, we still do not know why it will occur. Teurians were born and died, but to date there is no meaningful explanation. However, due to many such researches, much has been done about SIDS. In the world population, the average incidence rate of sudden infant deaths is approx. 3,000, which means three thousand babies per three. With this frequency, infant mortality is among the leading infant fish. The risk persists until the age of one, although 95% of cases occur before the age of six months. The most vulnerable age group is 2-4 months. Most cases occur between three months old infants. It increases the risk of having a baby with a low birth weight if the conditions of her birth were such that she was in a state of oxygen deficiency for a shorter or longer period. Maternal smoking during pregnancy and / or breastfeeding is a significant risk factor. Children should not persuade parents to understand the importance of nutrition in infancy. Malnutrition (I am thinking, in particular, about feeding a baby with cow's milk, which, by its very nature, can fundamentally upset a baby's ionic balance, and cause many other life-threatening illnesses). Interestingly, the gender distribution is also disproportionate. The boy: girl ratio is 60:40, which means that babies are more vulnerable than girls. SIDS occurs more frequently in the cold seasons - autumn and winter. It should not be missed without the fact that overheating can also tend to stagnate, so it is good if the room temperature is between 21-22 degrees Celsius and not warmer. Other important observations were born. Many more cases have occurred in infants lying on their stomachs. There are countries where a campaign has been put in place to place infants on the back following this recognition. In this country, the number of wolverines has been reduced by up to five years. I did mention it at the end of the list, but because of its importance, I could have started by multiplying the chances of a baby whose sibling had died earlier. Szintйn tцbbszцrцsre nх the veszйly if the csecsemхnйl you have already elхfordult kйkьlйssel, szьrkьlйssel, tуnustalansбggal jбrу, йletet veszйlyeztetх rosszullйt that oldуdott fast beavatkozбsnak kцszцnhetхen, but the outcome beavatkozбs nйlkьl akбr halбlos could have been (this rosszullйtnek the English kifejezйsbхl szбrmazу rцvidнtйse: ALTE) . Why have I listed all these things now? Because you're safe. Our baby in our story, two months old, had dinner with half of her milk, and her mother lay it down carefully on her stomach. The baby was healthy, the birth of the church has not been seen since, well developed. Could it be today if you did not eat what you ate and didn't lie on? You cannot answer this request. You don't have to. However, we can answer how to reduce the risk of this happening to other infants. We have to reduce the risk factors that we control. Of course, if the baby was born prematurely, we do not know what to do. Being that the seasons switch to one another, the child reaches the age of two to three months: one cannot influence this. BUT!!! You can quit smoking, feed your baby properly, lay on your back… If your child is free from all risk factors and fears that the child is more vulnerable than anyone else, can you get a response to the question of how to be afraid of the next SIDS? We can answer yes. Large-scale research has uncovered certain patterns of breathing, differences in the findings of infants who have died in SIDS, which cannot be revealed by simple examination, and can be thoroughly investigated. Can I pass this exam? Yes. There is a SIDS filter center in our center that answers the above request. What should you do if you want your child to undergo a screening test? Apply by phone or in person for the exam. No need for referral, no comment. The examination is also carried out at your request. How long does the exam take? Since this is a full-fledged examination, you can't go halfway through it. In the event that no patient requiring hospital treatment is found, the duration of the examination is 24 hours. The night of the breath test takes place during sleep, so it is the most informative. I think staying in a hospital for 24 hours is generally not much to answer such a request. It is not the aspects of the parent that are the primary concern of the infant, but that of reducing the risk factors. It's up to us. If all the perpetrators have been eliminated, but the parent is still anxious, then you will be able to answer the question of whether or not you need to spend more time worrying. Let's do everything we can to help the children.