The Cause Of Snoring Is Accompanied By A Persistent Cold Cough In 1-year-old Children?
Night. I have a baby boy from a karaoke singer and I take care … from a baby he was in the foster care of the singer … when the baby had vomited blood and was hospitalized because his buddy carelessly cared .. now he is 1 year old .. I I want to ask, the cough, the cough, the cold doesn’t stop, and the breathing is hard, when I sleep, it sounds like snoring, what kind of illness is it, dangerous or not thank you …
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In children who are 1 year old, the body's resistance is still not as good as children who are older or children over 3 years, so paying attention to eating patterns, children's nutritional status, healthy food, breast milk, and cleanliness and environmental health are important steps for protect the health of children aged 1 year. This is done to help prevent children easily get sick and experience health problems that can interfere with growth.
If the 1-year-old child you care for often experiences coughing, flu, shortness of breath; the possibility of several factors above are not met properly, such as:
1. Moist air
2. Less sunlight in the environment
3. Cigarette smoke around it
4. Get sick from other patients
5. Nutritional intake, breast milk / milk which is less balanced
6. Care and handling that is not optimal
If the child you care for is already optimal you try to meet the needs of his health, but when the child returns to the parent's home is not the same care business, then the child's health condition is also less stable. So that an understanding between the carers and their parents is needed. Thus, efforts to increase the child's health degree can run well.
Some of the medical conditions below can trigger complaints that are experienced by ak you are raat, such as:
2. Airway disorders, inflammation of the nasal cavity, throat throat
3. Child tuberculosis
4. Lung infections
You should advise parents to consult directly with the pediatrician, so that the child you care for gets treatment and treatment as early as possible. This is to prevent the risk of decreased appetite for children, decreased body weight, and growth disorders of children. In direct consultation with the pediatrician, the doctor can conduct a direct examination and plan the necessary investigations to ascertain the cause of this complaint. The results of the examination will be a reference for the care and handling of the child you care for.
For the time being, you should still advise parents to provide balanced nutrition, adequate fluids, AIDS, and attention to the environment around the child.
Thus the info we can convey.