How is infantile vomiting to return a responsibility
1. Improper feeding or eating: excessive feeding during the neonatal period, improper formula of milk, swallowing a lot of air during feeding; infants and young children eat a lot of food at a time or the food is not easy to digest.
2. Abnormal digestive function: systemic infectious disease, if suffering from upper respiratory tract infection, bronchitis, pneumonia and sepsis and other diseases, in high fever, nausea, loss of appetite at the same time, often accompanied by vomiting.
3. Digestive tract infectious diseases: gastritis, enteritis, dysentery, appendicitis and other diseases, due to local stimulation can cause reflex vomiting, at this time will be accompanied by nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea and other digestive system symptoms.
4. Nervous system diseases: central nervous system diseases such as encephalitis, meningitis, intracerebral hemorrhage or tumor, and craniocerebral trauma can also cause vomiting, which is characterized by no nausea and spray before vomiting, but it is often accompanied by other symptoms of nervous system, such as headache, mental depression, drowsiness, even aspiration, coma, etc.
5. Mental factors: some children may vomit due to excessive mental tension or anxiety caused by some reasons. Recurrent vomit is sometimes related to mental factors.
6. Poisoning: including all kinds of poisoning, such as food poisoning, toxic animal and plant poisoning, drug and pesticide poisoning, almost all of them have vomiting symptoms, but different poisons have their own clinical characteristics, which can be identified.
7. Other: vestibular dysfunction of the inner ear or Meniere’s disease (inner ear labyrinth hydrops) vomiting more severe, but often accompanied by vertigo, visual rotation; children with congenital gastrointestinal malformations, such as gastric volvulus, hypertrophic pyloric obstruction, in addition, intestinal ascariasis children with intestinal obstruction or biliary ascariasis vomiting is also more serious.
How does infantile growth hormone deficiency return a responsibility
Growth hormone deficiency in children is an endocrine disease, which refers to the growth retardation and abnormal metabolism caused by the decrease of growth hormone secreted by pituitary gland. The clinical incidence of this disease is low, but if not treated in time, it will lead to dwarfism. There are three common clinical treatment methods: growth hormone replacement therapy, drug therapy and other treatments.