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Baby Sleep Apnea Monitor
Suspect: the machine gets confused by multiple motions (yours and kids). ...Read more
9 week old was sleeping on my chest when apnea monitor went off. Picked her up off of me - she seemed stiff but then woke right up. What was this?
Mgt: I agree that she should be seen. She probably had an apneic episode and then woke up. It is better not to sleep with her, particularly if she has a history of apnea. She should sleep on her back and without any extra pillows, bedding surrounding her head, nose and mouth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Your report: Definitely, your report will say so.Get a more detailed answer ›
?Sleep apnea? SpO2 events (>=4%) 17.7ph, total 62.2min/7hrs, ave 29.6s, basal 92.3%,time <88% 10min (21x,ave low 86%) Home monitor,GP wouldn't test
Yes: That can be related.Get a more detailed answer ›
Can right ventricular hypertrophy in an infant be resolved if the underlying condition resolves? Underlying condition is BPD, PH and Sleep Apnea.
Yes: It may resolve as the lung disease improves, and if there is no other cause for the pulmonary hypertension such a cardiac disease. Your physician will continue to re assess with cardiac echocardiography which can determine parameters related to pulmonary hypertension. As the lung grows, the effect of premature birth and BPD can be minimized. PRMG/Pediatrics may review records faxed: 8582599689 ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Apnea monitor: Neonatologists order apnea monitors for select children being disharged from the nicu to home when they are concerned that the child is at risk for events where the child may stop breathing (apnea). The monitor alarms for apnea, thereby urging the caregiver to evaluate the child. Not all children discharged from nicu require this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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