Novice parents required course: first aid method
The opening of the esophagus communicates with the opening of the trachea in the throat. What is most afraid of spitting milk is that when the milk flows back from the esophagus to the throat, it accidentally enters the trachea at the moment of inhalation.
When the amount of milk is large, it can cause tracheal obstruction, can not breathe, and is life-threatening; when the amount is small, it is directly inhaled into the lungs and causes aspiration pneumonia.
Slight spillage and vomiting, the baby will adjust his breathing and swallowing behavior, and will not inhale the trachea. Just observe the baby’s breathing condition and the crowd carefully.
If you spit a lot of milk, you need to know the right method.
If you spit a lot of milk, you can deal with it as follows: 1.
When vomiting occurs when lying down, the baby’s face should be quickly turned to the side to prevent the vomit from backing out of the throat and trachea.
Wrap a handkerchief around your fingers into your mouth, or even your throat. Quickly clean up the spit and spilled milk to keep your airway smooth. Then clean your nostrils with a small cotton swab.
When your baby is holding your breath or is dark, it means that the exhaled material may have entered the trachea. Put it on the adult’s lap or bed, and slap the side for four or five times to make it cough.
If it still does not work, immediately clamp or insert to stimulate the soles of your feet, make your baby cry due to pain, and intensify breathing. At this time, the most important thing is to let him inhale oxygen into the lungs, instead of wasting time trying to figure out how to remove foreign objects.
During the above process, the baby should be sent to the hospital for examination at the same time.
If your baby breathes smoothly after breastfeeding, it is best to think of a way to make him cry harder to observe the oxygen and exhalation movements when crying to see if there are any abnormalities (such as weak tone changes, difficulty in breathing, severe depression)Chest, etc.), if any, will be sent to the hospital.
If your baby is crying loudly, full of gas, and ruddy, it means that there is no major obstacle.