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FEATURES OF TREATMENT OF CNS INFECTIONS IN BREAST-FEEDING

Hospitalization of a patient with isolation from the child and with the termination of breastfeeding is mandatory.
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FEATURES OF TREATMENT OF CNS INFECTIONS IN BREAST-FEEDING

  1. FEATURES OF TREATMENT OF CNS INFECTIONS IN PREGNANCY
    When choosing an AMP in pregnant women, it is necessary to take into account its safety for the fetus: it is not recommended to use fluoroquinolones during the entire period of pregnancy, co-trimoxazole is contraindicated in the I and III trimester. Aminoglycosides and vancomycin can be used only for health reasons. The main drugs are III generation penicillins or cephalosporins
  2. FEATURES OF TREATMENT OF CNS INFECTIONS IN CHILDREN
    In newborns, pathogens are more often group B streptococci, enterobacteria and listeria. Due to the fact that cefotaxime is inactive against listeria, at the same time, ampicillin or ampicillin in combination with aminoglycosides (usually with gentamicin) are used in children. Children are contraindicated the use of co-trimoxazole in the first 2 months, fluoroquinolones - up to 16 years. Cefepime is allowed for
  3. PECULIARITIES OF TREATMENT OF CNS INFECTIONS IN ELDERLY PEOPLE
    In the elderly, renal function is often reduced, which requires special care when using aminoglycosides. It should be remembered that in such patients, vancomycin elimination is slowed down (half-life is 7.5 days). There is also a high frequency of HP when used
  4. FEATURES OF TREATMENT OF INFECTIOUS UTI
    When choosing an AMP, pregnant women must take into account its safety for the fetus: you cannot use fluoroquinolones during the entire period of pregnancy, co-trimoxazole is contraindicated in the I and III trimester, aminoglycosides can be used only for health reasons. Asymptomatic Bacteriuria, Acute Cystitis It occurs in 7% of pregnant women. The appointment of AMP due to the high
  5. Diet for breastfeeding
    After birth, the baby depends on the food the mother receives while she continues to breastfeed. During this period, her own nutrition is important for the baby as well as before his birth. From the trophological (nutritional) point of view, these two periods can be considered as one period for both the mother and the child. There have been cases when infants were infected with scurvy, although mothers were
  6. The use of anti-infective chemotherapy drugs during pregnancy and lactation
    The rational and effective use of antibiotics during pregnancy implies the following conditions: • it is necessary to use drugs only with established safety during pregnancy, with known metabolic pathways (FDA criteria); • when prescribing drugs, pregnancy should be considered: early or late. Since the deadline for final completion
  7. INFLUENCE OF CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINES ON THE MOTHER - PLACENTA - FETUS SYSTEM, BORN AND BREAST-FEEDING SYSTEM
    The presence of extragenital diseases, as well as pathological conditions associated with the complicated course of pregnancy, necessitates the use of drugs of various pharmacological groups during pregnancy, including cardiovascular drugs. 90-97% of pregnant women take drugs belonging to 48 pharmaceutical groups, acquired as per
  8. FUNNY (AND NOT VERY FUNNY) THINGS THAT HAPPEN WHEN BREAST-FEEDING
    Breastfeeding is more than just a way to give nutrients to the baby. This is the first social relationship of the child. Children often show themselves as individuals when they are breastfeeding. Both mother and baby use feeding time to enjoy each other's presence and enjoy the trust and love that they share. Children love to eat. You can notice it
  9. Syphilitic violation of the central nervous system. Damage to the central nervous system with tuberculosis. Clinical manifestations.
    Syphilitic disorders of the central nervous system (Neurosyphilis) The causative agent of syphilis is pale treponema. Under the microscope, pale treponema is a spiral-shaped microorganism resembling a corkscrew. The total length of treponema varies from 7 to 14 microns, thickness - 0.2-0.5 microns. For pale treponema, pronounced mobility is characteristic. It is characterized by progressive, oscillatory, pendulum-like,
  10. Breastfeeding and menstruation
    Some women believe that breastfeeding during menstruation is dangerous. Sometimes women feel some soreness in the chest. In some women, the taste of breast milk changes during menstruation. It happens that the baby because of this sucks the breast reluctantly or even refuses the breast, which leads the mother to the idea that something is wrong with her milk. However, the quality of milk remains
  11. Stop breastfeeding.
    The established lactation can last 1-1.5 years and even a little longer. At the same time, the baby can receive breast milk, usually by the age of 1 year twice a day (morning and evening), as a full-fledged feeding and during the day its small portions, as a means of psychological support. It is noticed that if a baby sucks a breast less than three times a day, then lactation fades. Healthy baby
  12. Smoking and breastfeeding
    I am a heavy smoker, but I want to breastfeed my baby. Is smoking dangerous while breastfeeding? Smoking and child are incompatible. Despite the fact that smoking is one of the most difficult quitting habits, you must quit smoking for your own sake and your family, or at least drastically reduce the number of cigarettes smoked. You risk all that you would not like
  13. BREAST-FEEDING AND PURPOSE PLANNING
    Breastfeeding can delay the resumption of ovulation and menstruation (see subsection 2.3), so it plays an important role in delaying a new pregnancy. The effect depends on how often the baby sucks, and whether he sucks at night, thereby stimulating the release of prolactin and other hormones. As soon as the baby begins to be fed, breast-feeding goes into decline. As a result, the probability
  14. Unlimited breastfeeding
    Allow the mother to breast feed her baby whenever he wants to. This is often called on-demand feeding. At first, newborns can eat very irregularly: on the first and second day, they may require only a few times; then for several days they can suck very often. Of course, all children are different, but most begin to get used to a certain
  15. Duration of breastfeeding
    Previously, doctors advised mothers to give their children breasts for a very short time, for example, for 2-3 minutes in the first days and for 5-10 minutes in the following, as they believed that breast sucking for too long could cause inflammation of the nipples. It is now known that the duration of breastfeeding does not matter. The cause of nipple inflammation is sucking in the wrong position (see
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