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Asphyxia



Physical lock
Asphyxia is an extreme difficulty in breathing, or asphyxiation, as a result of which a person may die. With asphyxiation in the body there is a lack of oxygen and an excess of carbon dioxide.
Emotional blocking
Asphyxia can occur in cases where a person hides for too long a fear that paralyzes him. Perhaps he is able to restrain this fear for some time, but sooner or later there may come a moment when some event destroys the blockage, fear breaks out and becomes completely uncontrollable.

Mental blocking
You must restore contact with your great inner strength and understand that your life depends only on you. Become the master of your thoughts, face the part of yourself that is afraid and believes that fear can be deadly. In addition, since we are talking about difficulty breathing, see the article EASY (PROBLEMS).
Spiritual Blocking and Conclusion
Same as for ABSSCESS (see page 27).

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Asphyxia

  1. Asphyxia of the newborn
    The severity of asphyxia is estimated in points on the Apgar scale at the end of 1 and 5 minutes: moderate asphyxia - 6-4 points, severe - 3-1. Apgar scale Symptoms 0 1 2 Heart rate None Less than 100 in Over 100 in contractions 1 minute 1 minute Breathing None Weak cry, Strong cry, hypoventilation sufficient breathing Muscle tone
  2. Asphyxia
    Asphyxia of newborns is a syndrome characterized by lack of breathing, irregular or ineffective respiratory movements at birth, in a child with cardiac activity. Distinguish fetal asphyxiation, which is divided into antenatal and intranatal, and newborn asphyxiation. Asphyxia of the newborn is divided into primary, when the newborn after ligation
  3. Asphyxia
    DEFINITION In clinical practice, the term "neonatal asphyxia" refers to a clinical syndrome that manifests itself in the first minutes of life with difficulty or complete lack of breathing in the child. In addition to respiratory failure, most children born in a state of asphyxia note inhibition of unconditioned neuro-reflex activity and acute cardiovascular failure. CODE ON ICD-R21.0
  4. Asphyxia of the newborn
    Scope of examination 1. Asphyxia of newborns at the prehospital stage is possible when taking birth at home or in the cabin of an ambulance. 2. The severity of asphyxia is estimated in points on the Apgar scale at the end of 1 and 5 minutes: mild asphyxia corresponds to 6-5 points, moderate severity - 4-3, severe - 2. Medical care 1. With mild asphyxia, it is necessary to restore free patency
  5. Mechanical asphyxia
    Hypoxia - oxygen starvation of organs and tissues, until the complete cessation of oxygen supply to the body. Asphyxia is the state of the body when, along with a lack of oxygen, carbon dioxide accumulates in it. Mechanical asphyxia arises from the action of an external mechanical factor. According to the pace of development, hypoxia is divided into: acute, developing and leading to
  6. ASPHIX OF THE NEWBORN
    Definition Asphyxia of a newborn is a decrease in arterial pO, and an increase in arterial pCO ^ as a result of inadequate placental or pulmonary gas exchange. Etiology Dietary insufficiency of the newborn. Heart failure of a newborn. Typical cases Asphyxia of the newborn is often associated with fetal asphyxia or fetal distress, which may be
  7. Intrauterine Hypoxia. ASPHIXIA AND RESUSCITATION OF BABIES
    Asphyxia of a newborn is the lack of effective gas exchange in the lungs immediately after birth in a child with the presence of at least one sign of live birth. Signs of life: spontaneous breathing, palpitations, umbilical cord pulsation, voluntary muscular movement. Asphyxia of newborns is the cause of death of about a million children in the world every year and about the same number of children
  8. Hypoxia and Asphyxia
    By definition, P.S. Gurevich (1989), intrauterine asphyxia is acute fetal hypoxia (anoxia) resulting from a sudden violation of the uteroplacental or placental-fetal circulation in a previously healthy fetus. However, the term “asphyxia” is recognized as very conditional, because does not quite accurately reflect the essence of pathology. In this regard, the WHO scientific team has proposed replacing
  9. Primary and resuscitation care for newborn asphyxiation
    Fetal hypoxia and asphyxia of the newborn (perinatal asphyxia) are pathological conditions that develop as a result of acute or chronic oxygen deficiency and metabolic acidosis, which are manifested by disorders of the activity of vital systems (central nervous system, circulation, respiration). Perinatal asphyxia is one of the main causes of perinatal mortality, amounting to
  10. Strangulation Asphyxia
    Strangulation asphyxia is one of the varieties of acute violation of airway patency that occurs with direct compression of the trachea, blood vessels and nerve trunks of the neck. It is characterized by rapidly onset of gas exchange disorders such as hypoxemia and hypercapnia, short-term spasm of the cerebral vessels, and then their persistent expansion with deep disturbances of cerebral circulation,
  11. Strangulation Asphyxia
    Strangulation asphyxia is one of the varieties of acute violation of airway patency that occurs with direct compression of the trachea, blood vessels and nerve trunks of the neck. It is characterized by rapidly onset of gas exchange disorders such as hypoxemia and hypercapnia, short-term spasm of the cerebral vessels, and then their persistent expansion with deep disturbances of cerebral circulation,
  12. APPENDIX №3 Tasks for predicting asphyxia on the Apgar scale
    TASK №1 The child was born with a weight of 3.200. When assessed on the Apgar scale, the heartbeat is 120 in 1 minute, the skin is pink, muscle tone is reduced, the number of breaths is 40 in 1 minute, grimaces appear on the soles of the soles. Determine the degree of asphyxiation. TASK №2 The child was born with a weight of 2 kg with sharp single respiratory movements. The number of heart rate is 100 in 1 minute. The skin is pink, limbs are cyanotic. Muscle tone
  13. Respiratory support for mechanical asphyxiation
    Obstruction of the upper respiratory tract may be due to their obstruction (foreign body, tumor, edema, hematoma), as well as compression from the outside - strangulation. With complete obstruction of the larynx or trachea, as well as with strangulation, death occurs in a few minutes. Mechanical asphyxia is characterized by a combination of hypoxia with hypercapnia. There is a short-term spasm, and then paresis of the brain
  14. Asphyxia of the fetus and newborn. Intracranial birth injury
    style = "background-color: #ffffff;"> Asphyxia (asphyxia, Greek - without a pulse) is an acute or sub-emerging pathological condition characterized by impaired gas exchange (hypoxia and hypercapnia) and the functions of organs and systems of the fetus or newborn. The problem of this condition has not been resolved, despite the emergence of new methods of diagnosis and treatment. According to domestic and foreign authors,
  15. Anesthesiological aid for asphyxia of newborns
    In obstetric institutions, in which there is no round-the-clock service of pediatric neonatologists, obstetricians and anesthetist provide emergency assistance to newborns born in a state of asphyxiation. Asphyxia of newborns should be understood as conditions characterized by impaired spontaneous ventilation (up to apnea), which leads to the development of oxygen deficiency with subsequent
  16. Asphyxia of the newborn. Etiology
    Asphyxia of newborns is a pathological condition of the child due to prolonged or acute exposure to oxygen deficiency. Etiology Intrauterine acute or chronic fetal hypoxia can be caused by diseases of the mother, causing hypoxia in her and, accordingly, in the fetus (anemia, chronic diseases of the bronchopulmonary and cardiovascular system),
  17. Neumann Elena Georgievna. Intrauterine hypoxia. Asphyxia and resuscitation of the newborn, 2003
    The manual reflects modern approaches to the diagnosis of asphyxia of newborn children and its early and late complications, etiology, pathogenesis, classification, clinic of asphyxiation in newborns are highlighted, modern approaches to providing emergency
  18. Information on the stages of resuscitation of a newborn with asphyxiation
    To correctly perform newborn resuscitation with asphyxiation, students should study the stages of resuscitation. INITIAL STAGES OF REBORNING A BABY IN ASPHYXIA 1. After giving birth to a baby, quickly clip on the umbilical cord, cut the umbilical cord, cover the cut with a sterile napkin and transfer the baby under a radiant heat source to a changing table with warm diapers. Radiant heat source
  19. TEST CONTROL ON THE TOPIC: INNERIOTIC HYPOXIA. ASPHIXIA AND RESUSCITATION OF BABIES
    Signs of live birth are considered: 1) Spontaneous breathing 2) Cardiac activity 3) Umbilical cord pulsation 4) Arbitrary muscle movements 5) At least one of the listed signs 2. A rating on which scale indicates the presence or absence of asphyxia in a child at birth: 1) Silverman 2 ) Dementieva 3) Apgar 4) Downs 3. Risk factors for birth
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