The Effect After The Baby’s Chest Is Accidentally Depressed?
Good night ,, 2 days ago my baby’s chest was accidentally pressed by my hand ,, since then my baby often spit up after every suckling and spit up quite a lot ,, and my baby now rarely pees ,, is it rarely pee my baby caused by accidentally depressed chest ??
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Some things that are feared when the baby's chest is blunt trauma, such as hand pressure, namely:
1. Broken bones, sternum or ribs.
2. Lung injury, which is pneumothorak.
3. Cardiac tamponade.
If the above conditions occur, the baby will appear shortness of breath, nasal lobe breath, strong pull on the gap between the ribs and the gap above the collarbone, the baby's chest wall movement is not the same left and right, the mouth and surrounding are blue, fussy or weak and there is a bruise. How about your baby? If there is one of the conditions above, immediately bring the baby to the nearest hospital emergency room.
Meanwhile, regarding spit up which is becoming more and more frequent and (in an unusual sense) accompanied by infrequent urination, try checking the crown of the child (is it concave?). Concave crowns and rarely urinating indicate the child is dehydrated. Dehydration can be caused by a child not drinking enough or suckling from a lot of spit or vomit. In these conditions, you should also check with your child to the nearest doctor. In order to do a direct inspection to look for signs of emergencies and causes of complaints.
Thus hopefully useful.