Results for: Asphyxia

What are the symptoms to traumatic asphyxia?

    damage (trauma) to the airway (nose, mouth, throat). Also if the patiet has severe trauma to the rib cage or abdomen (diaphragm) which hinders air exchange in the (MORE)
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What causes perinatal asphyxia?

  pregnancy at age of lessthan 16 or more than 40, somking, history of abortion, stillbirths, maternal history of hyprtnsion and diabetes mellitus. socio-economic status.
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What is cause of asphyxia?

Perinatal asphyxia occurs when a newborn child is deprived of oxygen for a period of time. The brain needs a continuous supply of oxygen to function. If the brain experiences (MORE)
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What is the pathophysiology of asphyxia neonatorum?

baby fails to cry,an attempt is made to breathe,but there is primary gasps and subsequent raise in heart beat and blood pressure.after one minute there is primary apnoea.it th (MORE)
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What treatment is there for asphyxia?

Asphyxia is the inability to breath. This usually results in suffocation. Treatments for asphyxia would include removing a foreign body from the airway, CPR, expired air res (MORE)