Babies spit up milk and choke milk. Novice parents should not burp. This practice is very dangerous. Beware of cheating.

time:2023-02-02 author:Baby care
Babies spit up milk and choke milk. Novice parents should not burp. This practice is very dangerous. Beware of cheating.

Spitting up and choking are common conditions for babies, especially small-month-old babies. When they find that their baby is spitting up or even choking on milk, it is easy for mothers and fathers to panic and lose their minds. Seeing a child spit out a large mouthful of milk or choked on milk, the first reaction of many parents is to pick up the child and slap the child on the back in a hurry. Parents think they are helping their children by doing this, but they don't know that this wrong approach can put their baby's life at risk. After a hard October pregnancy, Mengmeng finally gave birth to a daughter. Mengmeng is a "senior mother", and the process of pregnant with her daughter is extremely difficult, and she spends most of the time lying in bed to protect the child. The family attaches great importance to this hard-won child. Mengmeng's daughter was born white and tender, with a pair of crescent eyes exactly like her mother's, very endearing. Mengmeng's in-laws also specially came from the countryside to take care of their granddaughter and relieve the burden of the young couple. In the confinement period, the baby grows gratifyingly, can eat and sleep, and is an out-and-out "angel baby". When the confinement was born, Mengmeng's daughter had already weighed 3 pounds. When the family was immersed in the joy of the child's full moon, the danger occurred. On this day, Mengmeng's daughter drank milk as usual. Just when Mengmeng thought she was going to continue to enter the "sleeping mode", she saw the baby spit out a large mouthful of milk. Seeing the baby spit up milk, Mengmeng instinctively I want to wipe the milk stains off my baby's mouth. Unexpectedly, the baby suddenly blushed, his hands and feet thumped violently, and he wanted to cry but couldn't cry. Seeing this scene, Mengmeng panicked. The mother-in-law who was standing beside saw the baby's reaction and immediately judged that the baby was choking. The mother-in-law quickly asked Mengmeng to hold the baby upright and burp her. After filming for a while, the baby still couldn't cry out, his face turned from red to purple, and the situation became serious. This time, Mengmeng was in a hurry and called the emergency number quickly. Fortunately, the baby was sent to the hospital in time. After the doctor's rescue, Mengmeng's daughter was finally saved. The doctor told Mengmeng that the child suffered from choking and suffocation. The milk entered the lungs and blocked the airway, causing the child to experience breathing difficulties and suffocation. If Mengmeng is a few minutes later to send the child to the hospital, it may be too late. The doctor's words made Mengmeng terrified. She didn't expect the common choking of milk in children. If it is not handled properly, it may even kill the child. Spitting up and choking of milk occur from time to time in small-month-old babies and are relatively common. It is precisely because it is common that parents need to know how to properly handle such emergencies. When a baby chokes, there are two common mistakes new parents often make. Parents must learn to avoid these "two mistakes", otherwise their children may be in danger.

When the baby is choking, there are 2 wrong ways to deal with it, parents should avoid it, otherwise it will affect the child's health

Wrong way 1: hold the child vertically for it Burp When a child chokes on milk, the first reaction of many novice parents is to pick up the child immediately, pat the child, and go smoothly. They thought that by doing so, the child would be able to smooth out the milk. When the child is choking on milk, the parent's approach is wrong and may even kill the child. Because vertical hugging and burping, not only will it not help the child "smooth the breath", but it will make it easier for the residual milk to enter the child's lungs and block the trachea. After the milk enters the child's lungs, it may cause "aspiration pneumonia", and even more serious blockage of the trachea, making it difficult for the child to breathe or even suffocate. Mistake 2: Using the "Heimlich Maneuver" to rescue the Heimlich Maneuver has saved the lives of many children who were almost suffocated by foreign objects entering the airway. Although this first aid method is good, it is not a "one-size-fits-all" method. This method is mainly suitable for the situation where the child is "choked" by a foreign object. The choking and spitting up of milk often encountered by small-month-old babies, in fact, many times the milk will not completely block the trachea, and the situation is not serious at the beginning. Therefore, it is obviously wrong for parents to immediately give their children Heimlich first aid when they see their children choking or spitting up. The baby may spit out all the milk he drinks and cry. Although the Heimlich maneuver is good, parents should choose the right time to use it. Knowing the wrong way is not enough. In order to properly deal with the situation of the child choking milk, it is necessary for parents to memorize the correct way.

When the baby is choking, parents can deal with it in the right way, and the baby can suffer less.

Slight choking In fact, it is very common for the baby to choke and spit up. Often, parents don't have to panic when this happens. In many cases, when the baby is slightly choked, the correct way is to let the baby lie on his side, and the mother and father pat the baby's back with their hands. This method is suitable for the baby's milk choking that is not serious. In most cases, the baby will slowly return to normal. ●Severe milk choking If the baby is seriously choking milk, and even appears purple, parents should adopt the method of postural drainage at this time, let the child lie prone on the lap of the parents, and the child's body should be leaned forward 40 degrees. When the degree reaches 60 degrees, the parents slap the baby's back hard until the milk flows out of the baby's trachea.

Written at the end

Many pregnant mothers are looking forward to the "unloading day", thinking that they will be easy after giving birth. In fact, after giving birth to a baby, it is the beginning of the road of "upgrading and fighting monsters" for parents and mothers. With the baby knowing, many parents really feel what a "soft spot" is. The baby's frown, smile, every move, all affect the hearts of parents. It is for this reason that parents need to learn how to properly deal with some common emergencies, such as children choking on milk, children choking on food, and children having nosebleeds, etc., so that they can better protect their children. (The pictures in this article are all from the Internet, if there is any infringement, please contact to delete)
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