Recently, the number of pediatric outpatient clinics in Suixi County Hospital has increased sharply. More than 70% of children who come to the hospital have respiratory diseases. County Hospital Deputy Chief Physician Zhou Guirong reminded that winter is a period of high incidence of pediatric pneumonia. For this type of respiratory disease, prevention is the key.
Pneumonia is a common high incidence of respiratory diseases in children. The weather is dry in winter, the temperature difference between indoor and outdoor is large, the babies have delicate organs, the immune system is not fully developed, and their own resistance is poor, which makes them prone to pneumonia. Pediatric pneumonia varies according to the age of the child, the severity of the disease, and the type of pneumonia. The common symptoms are fever, cough, and fixed blisters in the lungs. Mild pneumonia is mainly caused by respiratory symptoms, while severe pneumonia is accompanied by heart failure and respiratory failure. Zhou Guirong said that if a parent encounters a baby with pediatric pneumonia, don't be overly anxious. Parents must first relax their mindset, and then take their baby to a regular hospital for treatment in time and follow the doctor's order.
Zhou Guirong reminded parents that timely treatment of pediatric pneumonia is important, but the key is prevention. In daily life, parents need to pay attention to the following aspects when taking care of their babies: 1. Wash your baby's hands frequently, drink plenty of water, regularly ventilate indoors, and develop good living habits; 2. Try to avoid crowds when going out Crowded places; 3. If someone has a cold at home, pay attention to isolation to prevent cross infection; 4. Do not set the indoor air-conditioning temperature too high, 18 to 20 degrees Celsius; 5. For repeated pneumonia and poor immune function Baby, you can get vaccinated in advance. In addition, reasonable feeding, regular sun exposure, and persistent exercise are also important factors to enhance the baby's ability to resist disease.
Reporter Wang Chen Chen Correspondent Zhang Yang