Infants With A History Of New Asphyxia Can Lie On Their Stomach At The Age Of 11 Months?
Hi, my child is 11 months and 29 days old and he has severe asphyxia and has been critically kept and he is also new to his stomach at 11 months does asphyxia interfere with growth and development?
Growth and development of children is certainly a priority for parents. In order for a child's growth and development to go well, it is of course necessary to get support in terms of both health and nutrition because children who have health and nutritional disorders can also experience disruption in their growth and development.
Asphyxia is a condition where a person has difficulty breathing. This condition can occur due to various things and is a dangerous condition. Asphyxia in infants is generally related to labor, however this condition can also occur due to various things, namely:
Inhalation of chemicals
If asphyxia that occurs does not last chronic (prolonged and prolonged) generally the condition does not interfere with the growth of children, however, if the asphyxia that occurs is very severe then this can disrupt / cause damage to the brain so that it can cause developmental disorders. Related to this, you should consult directly with a pediatrician in order to get advice and treatment in accordance with the conditions and needs of your child.
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