April’s day is a good time to travel, whether it’s rainy in the Qingming season or the beautiful scenery in the sunny day. As a parent, you enjoy yourself, but you may neglect the protection of your baby. Be careful that you fall in love with your loved ones. How to play happily without incurring “Spring Outing Disease” to harm your baby? Here are some tips for you to help your baby put on the “protective clothes” for Spring Outing.
Disease 1: Acute respiratory tract infections in detail
Cause: The temperature changes greatly in spring. If you don’t pay attention to the timely increase or decrease of clothes, you will easily get cold. Children like to run and jump, and they are more likely to catch cold after sweating. In spring, all kinds of pathogens are active. Some parents like to take their children out when the spring is bright and beautiful. If they go to densely populated places, they are easy to get infected with pathogens. There are many kinds of viruses that can cause respiratory tract infections. Infants and young children have lower immunity than adults and are vulnerable to viral invasion. If they are not diagnosed and treated in time after a cold, they may even cause tracheitis, bronchitis and even pneumonia.
Symptoms: Generally, upper respiratory tract infections can include fever, nasal obstruction, runny nose, cough and sore throat, accompanied by loss of appetite, restless sleep, etc. If cough is severe, sputum or phlegm sounds are obvious, shortness of breath and other symptoms, it suggests that there may be bronchitis and pneumonia. Infants with high fever may cause febrile convulsions.
Prevention and management: Take your baby to change clothes, increase or decrease in time, and drink more water. Once the disease occurs, it is necessary to see a doctor in time and strengthen nursing care, such as bed rest, drinking more water, giving a liquid diet, gargling with warm boiled water or warm saline after eating, and keeping the mouth and nose clean. If it is found that symptoms do not improve significantly or worsen after medication, it is necessary to go to the hospital in time for further consultation.
Navigation in this article
Page 1: Disease 1: Acute respiratory infections Page 2: Disease 2: Measles Page 3: Disease 3: Acute gastroenteritis
Page 4: Disease 4: Allergic rhinitis Page 5: Disease 5: Pollen allergy
Page 1: Disease 1: Acute respiratory infections
Page 2: Disease II: Measles
Page 3: Disease 3: Acute gastroenteritis
Page 4: Disease 4: Allergic rhinitis
Page 5: Disease V: Pollen Allergy