Just born baby suspect with asphyxia due to improper breathing and admitted in NI CU under machine ventilation from last 5 days but no improvement found in breathing- Pls suggest necessary treatment?
That depends on what kind of baby you are talking about. Baby fish can certainly breathe under water. Baby mammals cant breathe under water.well it depends that's what i learn…ed din my class of fcs.:) or else
No. No. Absolutely not! If you put a baby under water they will drown. Only a child that can hold their breath and has been trained to swim either by parents, other adult, or …a swim school can swim and hold their breath under water, but then only for about a min. Never put anyone underwater. Only let them hold their breath and dive if they want and NEVER put a baby under water.
No. A tracheostomy just provides an alternative airway for those who are unable to breath though their mouth and nose for a variety of reasons. All it does it give them a clea…r airway to breath with.
Only if there new born.
I am from Australia and i was just wondering which pregnancy test you will suggest to take My period is due in 5 days is their any test i can have before i am due?
I am not sure if they have this brand of pregnancy tests in Australia, but in America. According to the ClearBlue pregnancy test accuracy results they are:. 4 days before ex…pected period= 51% accurate 3 days before expected period= 82% accurate 2 days before expected period= 90% accurate 1 day before expected period =95% accurate the day of expected period =99% accurate
because many of your cells need oxygen to start chemical reaction processes such as mitosis and meiosis.. You need to live.
What if your dwarf hamster was just 6 months old He died last night He was fine the day before but when you found him he was breathing heavily and limp What could have happened to him?
Many hamsters suffer from seizures. Was it a dwarf hamster? That happens a lot to dwarf hamsters because their respiratory system isn't the greatest, because of their super ti…ny-ness :) hope this helps
CORRECTION TO PREVIOUS ANSWER A baby CAN hold its breath under water, but only up to a certain point. It's called mammalian diving reflex. New born babies have this reflex,… and will hold their breath and open their eyes under water - though I admit I do not know for what length of time. There are even classes that encourage such "swimming" with parent/newborn teams to try and instill a love of swimming at such a very young age.
Just speaking from personal experience, yes. I heard about this from a friend, so I decided to try it. After only a few weeks and a lot of practice, I've been able to work up …to over a few minutes underwater without taking a breath, and noticed that it has definitely improved my stamina when working out, running, etc... I can do that "extra few" push ups, and run that extra lap now. My educated guess is that is has something to do with increasing oxygen levels in the blood - the more 02 in the blood, the more stamina, and the longer you can hold your breath.
According to google sites, Charles is paralyzed only from the waste down.
I can not answer this from personal knowledge but I believe the answer is "no". He is paralyzed at a level that reduces some of the natural muscle strength to raise the ribs a…nd expand the chest space to breath normally. So what you see is the compensation by other muscles to inflate the chest to maintain normal amount of air movement while talking (ventilation).
Honestly I am not sure. But I think that you should ask a doctorbut in the meantime you would need to keep your new born babyhealthy and make sure he/she has giid nutrition.
Sure you can.
respiration is the process of yainhaling oxygen to the body and provide the cells.
breathing is when you can breath yourself without the help of anything however ventilation is when you need the help of something to breath.....
Dont eat or breather or dont even walk or buss a dirty pupu just die
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