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The baby's crying at birth is the most eagerly awaited by a mother. However, that did not happen to Ibu Yuhana's baby. The baby does not cry immediately at birth and this is very worrying. In the first hours of birth, baby Ms. Yuhana experiences shortness of breath with a very heavy breathing effort. Finally, this poor baby must be treated in the NICU room and supported by CPAP breathing aids. The X-ray results are thought to have meconium fluid inhaled into the baby's breathing.
Baby Yuhana's mother experiences Respiratory Distress Syndrome, which is a condition in which fluid collects in the alveoli, namely small and elastic air sacs in the lungs. Fluid usually seeps from small blood vessels. In addition, he also experienced Neonatal Hyperbolirubinemia (excessive bilirubin). Bilirubin that accumulates in the body is usually referred to as jaundice neonates in medical terms. This is usually characterized by a yellow tinge on the white part of the eyes, skin, urine, gums and teeth. Usually babies who experience hyperbilirubin will experience activities that tend to be quiet or inactive. Babies will also tend to lack breastfeeding appetite for their mothers, are more fussy and sleepy and the baby's body will be weaker.
Because of the baby's medical condition, Mrs. Yuhana's baby care must take place for quite a long time. The cost of long-term maintenance in the NICU room is very expensive. The total cost reaches 20 million rupiah. Ms. Yuhana's husband is only a casual worker with minimal income and Ms. Yuhana did not have time to register her baby to the national insurance company. Mrs. Yuhana and her husband were only able to pay 1.5 million rupiah. Therefore, at this time they really need help to pay off the costs of hospitalization.
Let's help Mrs. Yuhana's baby!
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