Symptoms of Fatal Diseases in Babies

As parent you should alert when your baby shows different behavior, because it can be signs of Fatal diseases in your babies. For getting a proper treatment, staying calm is key when your baby has serious illness.

Fatal Diseases in Babies

Babies who still haven't been able to talk and often cry make parents confused to identify the cause, whether he's just being hungry, sleepy, or actually being sick.

Signs of Fatal Diseases in Babies

The main sign of sickness is when baby is acting outside of his costume. Fill yourself with the skills to provide first aid in children, such as the granting of artificial breath.
You can ask a doctor about what to do if your baby suddenly is in a serious condition while waiting for medical help. Place the telephone numbers pediatrician, a nearby hospital, and ambulances in a place that is easy to find at home.

Follow your feeling and recognize the following symptoms can be a sign of the presence of certain serious diseases:
  • Fever often occurs in children. But aware if your baby is less than six months age and his body temperature over is 38 ° c. Immediately deliver to the doctor if high fever accompanied by other symptoms such as coughing or severe diarrhea. The same when the body temperature feels hot, but hands and feet are cold. Beware also when your baby becomes lethargic or mutes.
  • Mood swings. Your baby's crying with a loud voice and continuously, or conversely, weak voice on and on.
  • The area of the navel or your baby's penis suddenly flushed or bleed.
  • Changes in appetite. Your baby does not want to suckle or drink for more than eight hours.
  • Dehydration. Baby doesn’t pee, cry without tears, and saliva is dry.
  • vomiting especially after meals and more than 12 hours.
  • Constipation that goes on constantly in baby needs to be promptly sent to the doctor.
  • One or both of the baby's eyes are red or discharge.
  • Ear disorder which is characterized by symptoms of baby does not respond to voices.
  • The baby suffered a seizure.
  • Baby neck look tense.
  • Pale and arises freckles on the skin.
  • Baby just lay weak and did not respond.
  • Difficult breathing, snorting when breathing, breathe hunt.
  • Purple-red rash all over the body that could be a symptom of meningitis.

When to give Emergency respond?

You may be the difficulty in determining when to bring the little one to the Emergency Respond Installation (ERI).

The following are some situations that could be your guide to take the decision to handle a fatal disease. Please call an ambulance or immediately take your baby to ERI if he:
  • Loss of consciousness.
  • Difficulty breathing or even stop breathing.
  • Swallowing objects or harmful food such as drug tablets.
  • Part of her stomach feels hard as the possibility of cramping.
  • Experienced seizures.
  • Discolored lips became blue, purple, or grey.
  • Injured in the head.
  • Experience the bleeding difficult halted.
  • Wounds on the legs or arms, so it can't be driven.
  • Burning parts of the body.

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