Neonatal Respiratory Distress Syndrome
This is a problem that will occur when a baby is born that is not fully developed. Usually, it is something that only occurs in premature babies. It will make it harder for the baby to breath on its own.
When a baby is born, there is a substance called surfactant that is present in the lungs. However, babies with this syndrome will not have enough of this slippery substance. Surfactant is important because it is what helps the lungs have the ability to fill with air and to retain that air.
The majority of babies that have this syndrome are born before 37 weeks of pregnancy. The less the lungs have developed, the higher the risk that the baby will develop this syndrome.
When the lungs don’t develop correctly, due to genetic problems, this syndrome will surface. There are some items that can increase the chances of this occurring. For example, if a brother or sister had the syndrome, the mother has diabetes or when a C-section was performed before the baby was full-term, there is a high chance that the baby will be born with this syndrome.
In order to diagnosis this condition, doctors will look for a blue tint to the baby’s skin. They will also look for unusual breathing movement and rapid or shallow breathing.
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