Midwifery Care Neonatal With BPM Murtinawita Spit On Pekanbaru

Journal of Midwifery and Nursing

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Title Midwifery Care Neonatal With BPM Murtinawita Spit On Pekanbaru
 
Creator Megasari, Kiki
 
Description Spit is the most common clinical symptoms found in infants who have gastroesophageal reflux (RGE). Gastroesophageal reflux is defined as the return of gastric contents into the esophagus involuntarily without effort from the baby, while the regurgitation is the term used when the stomach contents are removed by mouth. As for the 25% of parents, especially mothers, Consider that mumbling is a worrying condition for Themselves. Although normal, excessive mumbling can cause various complications that will interfere with the growth of the baby. The general objective of this study is to be Able to perform Midwifery care in infants with spit problems through a management approach and document Midwifery Midwifery care in babies spit. According to research conducted Occurs spit up a lot at the age of 0-3 months, the frequency sometimes Reaches 1 to 4 times a day. 25% of babies experience mumbling more than 4 times a day for the first 3 months. Spit will be a pathological symptom if the frequency is more than 2 times a day for more than 2 days / week so, advice for the mother to pay more attention to the baby again if suckling position the baby to suckle properly, and to always Belch the baby after breastfeeding.
 
Publisher Institute Of Computer Science (IOCS)
 
Date 2019-12-31
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://iocscience.org/ejournal/index.php/JMN/article/view/485
 
Source Journal of Midwifery and Nursing; Vol 2 No 1, Dec (2019): Health Science; 117-119
2656-0739
2656-0739
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://iocscience.org/ejournal/index.php/JMN/article/view/485/296
 
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