At recess. Didactic poetry for children

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In Spain, one in five asthmatic children misses six or more days of school due to illness and approximately 3 percent of all minors between the ages of 9 and 12 have visited the emergency services for an asthma attack.

Furthermore, in recent years, the number of 6-year-old children with this pathology has increased. The pediatrician Olga Cortés, of the Respiratory Tract Group (GVR) of the Spanish Association of Primary Care Pediatrics (AEPap) teaches us to control an asthmatic attack.

How should parents and children react to an asthmatic crisis?
The most important thing is to react early. The first is knowing how to recognize the symptoms that are causing an asthma attack, and the second is to start treatment as soon as possible. First, the airflow obstruction must be reversed to decrease hypoxemia, which is the decrease in oxygen in the blood. This is the most dangerous because it decreases oxygen in important organs such as the heart or the brain. To reverse the airflow obstruction, there are two drugs that we use in the treatment of asthma attacks which are rescue drugs, short-acting beta-2-adrenergic bronchodilators, and oral corticosteroids.

How is the treatment for an asthmatic attack?
First you have to recognize an asthma attack: he coughs a lot, has fatigue, wheezing, tightness in the chest. That I have to do? I have to act immediately, I can't wait. I start with the rescue treatment. If it does not improve, I must go immediately to the ER.

Can asthmatic attacks in children be prevented?
There are nonspecific stimuli such as tobacco, which should be avoided in asthmatic children. You should not smoke in the home of an asthmatic child. You should also avoid other types of fumes that are also irritating, for example, in the kitchen we have extractors and many times we do not put them. Avoid paints, chemical cleaning products and everything that can be irritating to the airways.

What else can be irritating to the airways?

For example, all allergy-specific allergy tests, such as pollens. Avoid going to fields or gardens when they are in peak pollination period. If we are talking about a sensitization to mites, it is necessary to avoid that the child's room has many stuffed animals, curtains or carpets, because dust and mites accumulate there. If we are talking about fungi, try that the home is dry, that there are no damp spots on ceilings or walls and that there are no humidifiers.

What about pets?
If we talk about pets, the ideal when you have a dog or a cat and the child is sensitized is for the animal to leave the family home, but this is sometimes impossible because they have become fond of the animal and do not want to take it out. So, what you have to do is wash the animal every week so that it does not shed a lot of hair, remove rugs or carpets where the animal's hair and dander accumulate, which is what gives the child an allergy.

Does the alteration of emotional states also trigger an asthma attack in children?
Yes it's correct. Emotions that provoke bodily reactions such as laughing or crying can trigger an asthma attack or can make an existing attack worse. It is a non-specific stimulus of bronchospasm, airflow decreases and the asthma attack appears.

Is atopic dermatitis an asthma trigger?
It is an important risk factor in young children under 3 years of age who have recurrent bronchospasm and recurrent wheezing attacks.

You can read more articles similar to Asthmatic attacks in children. Interview with Dr. Olga Cortés, in the category of Childhood Diseases on site.

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Chlamydia in pregnancy



What is Chlamidia?
chlamydia is a bacterial infection with sexual transmission (through genital or anal sex) or vertical (from mother to fetus). The condition is quite common among sexually active people, being diagnosed annually with up to one million new cases chlamydia.
Most people infected with chlamydia there are women between the ages of 19 and 25, who are sexually active and have more partners.
How does Chlamydia affect pregnancy?
Genital infection with chlamydia in women it is correlated with a high rate of amniotic infections, as well as with a high risk of miscarriage or premature rupture of membranes.

Proper and early treatment reduces the risk of these complications.

chlamydia it is more serious if it is associated with other sexually transmitted infections (STDs). These include HIV, syphilis, gonorrhea or genital herpes. These often contaminate the amniotic fluid and can cause serious infections of the mother and child.
chlamydia it also promotes contact with other genital viral or bacterial infections (HIV, syphilis, infections with hemolytic streptococcus beta or staphylococcus, etc.).
chlamydia it is transmitted to the baby most of the time during birth (vaginally) and causes serious infections in it. The baby becomes infected when it passes through the vagina, when it comes into contact with the pathological secretions at this level.
Of the symptoms in chlamydia as a child, we mention:

  • conjunctivitis, appears at 7-10 days after birth and has as symptoms the marked edema of the eyelids and the presence of a yellow secretion in the conjunctiva
  • pneumonia occurs less often than conjunctivitis but is more serious (it appears 2-3 weeks after birth)
    All pregnant women must undergo a vaginal discharge examination before birth to identify chlamydia and treat it properly.
    Antibiotic treatment performed before birth, prevents contamination of the newborn and also the appearance of neonatal infections.
    Other symptoms in chlamydia
    More than 75% of women infected with chlamydia they are asymptomatic, which is why many pregnant women do not even realize they have the disease.
    Symptoms often appear after an interval of 1-3 weeks after unprotected sexual contact and consists of:
  • dysuria (pain in urination)
  • polakidisurie (thick and painful urination)
  • diffuse lower abdominal pain or pain in the pelvis, secondary to inflammation of the cervix and attachments
  • abundant vaginal discharge, foul odor, yellowish
  • dyspareunia (painful sexual contact)
  • inflammation of the perianal area and of the external anal sphincter, in persons with anal sexual contact (inflammation of the anal mucosa)
    Symptoms of men infected with chlamydia include:
  • ureteral secretion white-yellow
  • dysuria
  • polakidisurie
  • orchitis, epididymitis (inflammation of the testes)
  • inflammation of the perianal area and of the anus (in the case of anal sexual contact)
    In the case of sexually transmitted diseases it is necessary to test both partners and the treatment must be performed concomitantly to avoid recontamination.
  • Prevention of chlamydia infection


    One of the most serious and unpleasant manifestations of infection with chlamydia is the onset of pelvic inflammatory syndrome. It appears secondary to the ascension of the infection from the vagina and cervix, to the uterus and attachments (ovaries), producing at this level an inflammation of these anatomical structures.
    Over 40% of women with chlamydia I have inflammatory pelvic syndrome. If not diagnosed and treated in a timely manner, it can cause sterility after months, evolving at the same time, increasing the risk of ectopic pregnancy (abnormally implanted).
    Pelvic inflammatory syndrome occurs more rarely in pregnant women. The treatment of pelvic inflammatory syndrome consists of the administration of antibiotics to which the germ is sensitive, in combination with the administration of anti-inflammatory products (tablets or suppositories). Local hygiene is also very important, as in most infectious diseases with this location.
    Pregnancy screening for chlamydia
    Harvesting of vaginal discharge before and during pregnancy is extremely important and should be performed on all pregnant women because it can highlight most infections with genital localization, including chlamydia.
    Women whose vaginal secretions did not reveal the presence of chlamydia before they became pregnant and changed their sexual partner in the meantime, must undergo such a test before giving birth, especially if they do so naturally (vaginally).
    Any pregnant woman should know that unprotected sexual contact with a person contaminated with a germ that can cause a sexually transmitted disease (STD) has an increased risk of contacting the disease, which in addition will endanger health and safety. the future child.
    Treatment of chlamydia infection in pregnant women
    Treatment of infection with chlamydia it is quite simple and consists of the administration of an antibiotic treatment to which the germ is sensitive. Usually a cure of 7-10 days is sufficient to sterilize the outbreak of infection.
    It is important to remember that the sexual partner must also perform the treatment in order to avoid recontamination of the partner.
    Prevention of chlamydia infection
    The only effective way to avoid contamination with chlamydia is the proper protection in the type of sexual contact. Latex condoms should be used, as they are ideal because they reduce the risk of contact with other sexually transmitted diseases (HIV, syphilis, genital herpes, hepatitis B and C, etc.).
    Most women have stable partners, so the risk of contacting the disease is minimal and is strictly related to the fidelity of the partner.
    Not all sexually transmitted diseases can be treated, many of which are sometimes incurable (HIV, hepatitis B and C) and endanger the health of the child because they are easily transmitted transplacental. For this reason the future mother must take special care because a single moment of inattention can cost her and her child's personal health.

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