\ndamage (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 lungs....…symptoms=visible trauma, difficulty breathing, eventually death if not treated (MORE)
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 …even a slight period of time without oxygen, it can have devastating consequences. The brain of an infant is at an even higher risk of devastating affects if perinatal asphyxia happens to occur. .
There are several different circumstances that may lead to perinatal asphyxia. High blood pressure in the mother is most likely the cause of the condition. High blood pressure may result in the newborn getting a insufficient supply of blood. Since blood carries oxygen to the brain, when the infant stops receiving blood, it stops receiving oxygen. .
It only takes a few moments of an infant experiencing aphyxia for long-term damage to occur. Both short term and long term injuries may include: .
Speech Impediments .
Lung, Heart, Kidney Damage .
Brain Damage .
Death . (MORE)
Asphyxia is just in the move with Millenium. It is fake. I just disassembled it and there in no code, only a gui(graphical user interface). That means the program is fake and …only want to do "like" millenium... http://www.asphyxia.se/ (MORE)
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…ere is no resuscitation,there will be secondary gasps,a flat heart beat and a rapid drop in blood pressure and in five to eight minutes slight brain damage begins.there will be long gasps and long apnoeas and the baby will be acidotic due to low levels of ph in the blood,hypoxia and hypercapnoea.brain damage becomes more severe,there is cerebral oedema and rupture of small blood vessels resulting in cerebral haemorrhage.there is ischaemia of brain cells resulting in severe brain damage.signs are convulsions,inability to suck,baby is more flaccid,cerebral palsy.death then follows as a result of failure to resuscitate. (MORE)
There are many causes to asphyxia. Drowning, choking on food, hanging yourself, alcohol poisoning (choking on your own vomit), auto-erotic asphyxiation, etc. The most general …ones are probably the first couple I listed. (MORE)
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…cuscitation, and emergency rescuscitation. (MORE)