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Señales de advertencia del síndrome de dificultad respiratoria neonatal - Medical Animation

 

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Señales de advertencia del síndrome de dificultad respiratoria neonatal - Medical Animation
MEDICAL ANIMATION TRANSCRIPT: Síndrome de dificultad respiratoria neonatal significa que su bebé tiene problemas respiratorios. Saber a qué prestar atención le puede ayudar a identificar si su bebé está en peligro. Su bebé puede tener problemas respiratorios como tiraje, gruñidos y apnea. El tiraje consiste en movimientos inusuales de respiración. Con cada respiración, los músculos del pecho del bebé tiran de la piel alrededor de los huesos. El gruñido es un ruido fuerte al respirar. Su bebé puede gruñir para mantener el aire en los pulmones. El gruñido puede sonar como si estuviera roncando o cantando. La apena es una afección en la que el bebé hace una pausa en la respiración durante 15 a 20 segundos. Y luego, continúa respirando. Puede notar cambios en el color de la piel de su bebé. Dos diagnósticos comunes son las afecciones conocidas como cianosis e ictericia. La cianosis es una coloración azulada en la piel. Por lo general, puede observarse alrededor de los labios, el pecho y el estómago del bebé. Este color azulado significa que el nivel de oxígeno en la sangre puede ser demasiado bajo. La cianosis puede significar que hay un problema en los pulmones o el corazón del bebé. La ictericia es un color de piel amarillo generalizado. Sucede cuando una sustancia, llamada bilirrubina, se acumula en la sangre. La mayoría de los bebés presentan ictericia más de 24 horas después del nacimiento. Si no se trata, la ictericia grave o prolongada puede causar daño cerebral. Es importante controlar a su bebé en busca de estos signos de malestar. Comuníquese de inmediato con un miembro de su equipo de atención médica si nota alguna de estas señales de advertencia.

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