Pregnant infants are more likely to become ill

Pregnant infants are more likely to become ill

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Premature birth increases the incidence of breathing problems. In the United States, 9 percent of parents are between the 34th and 37th weeks of pregnancy, most of which are planned to be parturition. These can be sources of Easter events.

Compared to the neonatal events of premature babies between the 34th and 37th weeks, the neonatal events were compared with the neonates between the 38th and 40th weeks. The experiment Dr. Judith U. Hibbardis led by a professor of infantry at the University of Illinois at Chicago who says "the incidence of volatile events decreases with every week spent in the womb." This summary was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

The premature baby is more likely to be sick

The researchers looked at birth data from 234,000 Americans in 19 medical centers between 2002 and 2008. Among these, preterm birth between 34 and 37 weeks occurred in 19,000 cases, in 7055 cases the neonate had to be treated intensively, and 2032 had problems with birth control. Out of the newborn born 166,000, 11,980 were in need of intensive care, and only 1874 had a problem.
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playback The most common mental illness among premature parents is IRDS (infant respiratory distress syndrome) which is a very dangerous respiratory event. The disease was born at week 34 at 10.5 percent, 390 newborns, while at week 38 it was 0.3 percent and 140 at birth.
The second most common spiritual difference is the transient, from frequent breathing (transient tachypnoe), who were born at week 34, 6.4 percent, 23 births, compared to those born at week 39, 0.4 percent, 207 births. The incidence of pneumonia also decreased, at 1.5% at week 34, while at 0.1% at week 39. The situation is similar to the stagnation, which fell from 1.6 per cent to 0.09 per cent in those born with time.
The IRDS It is 40 times more common at week 34 and drops fast as the time passes. Even at week 37, it is more common IRDS like in the 39th and 40th week. The situation is similar with transient tachypnoea, pneumonia, respiratory need, high frequency respiratory arrest, and respiratory arrest. Dr. Eduardo Bancalari, according to a neonatologist at the University of Miami, "this is not surprising, as having to be born by the 40th week of pregnancy, every earlier date raises the risk of disease".
Of course, when premature induction occurs in medically justified cases, unfortunately, nowadays the number of premature births planned for convenience is growingwhich is a very worrying phenomenon. In low-light hospitals, the rate can be as high as 50-60 percent, as planned dressing sections will be done early.
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