Baby eye shit can be identified, mothers don’t take it seriously
Many mothers often find that there are a lot of shit in the corners of their babies’ eyes, and sometimes they are accompanied by red eyes and tears.
In fact, these symptoms may be indicative of an eye disease.
The eyes are red and afraid of light, and the eyelids are often covered with secretions, which may be conjunctival inflammation.
If the child often has red eyes, is afraid of light and tears, and has a foreign body sensation, the upper and lower eyelids can be stuck in the morning with secretions, and conjunctival congestion, edema, and increased mucosal secretions are found in the eye examination. It is likely that he has conjunctivitis.
Babies often rub their eyes, wash water, washbasins, towels, handkerchiefs and other unclean, may cause bacterial infection and conjunctivitis.
In the treatment, the eyes can be flushed with physiological saline to remove eye secretions.
Topical antibiotic eye drops, such as 0.
5% levofloxacin eye drops and 0.
3% tobramycin eye drops, these two eye drops are relatively safe for babies, and are adjacent to each other.
Usually pay attention to educate your baby not to rub your eyes with dirty hands, and regularly sterilize the baby’s washbasin, towel, and handkerchief.
Newborn tears in one eye may be dacryocystitis.
3 days after the baby is born?
Within 6 months, if a single eye always shed tears, purulent secretions appear at the corners of the eyes, and the inner corners of the eyes may be slightly bulged, but the congestion is not obvious. The mucus or purulent secretions from the inner corners of the eyes may be squeezed out.Dacryocystitis.
It is caused by a congenital development of the lacrimal duct.
Lacrimal sac massage can be performed: the lacrimal sac area is compressed several times a day from top to bottom along the root of the nose, and antibiotic eye drops are dripped after the massage. This method is more effective for dacryocystitis caused by residual membrane closure.
The lacrimal duct can also be flushed with normal saline, and the residual film can sometimes be broken through the pressure of water.
When the first two methods are not effective, laparotomy can be considered.
The newborn’s eyelids are swollen and have serous discharge, which may be gonococcal purulent eye disease.
If the newborn has swollen eyelids, conjunctival congestion, and edema, serous secretions begin to flow out, and a large number of yellow purulent secretions continue to overflow, which may be due to lymphococcal purulent eye disease.
Corneal ulcers, perforations, pancreatitis or even blindness can occur if left untreated.
This is due to the fact that a pregnant woman is born with a gonococcal infection in her mother’s birth canal.
The disease is an acute purulent eye disease of the retina. It is characterized by highly edema of the eyelids, conjunctival hyperemia, a large amount of purulent secretions, and swollen lymph nodes in the ear. Corneal ulcers and perforations can occur in a short period of time.
After birth, one drop of 1% silver nitrate solution should be routinely used to prevent the disease.
Topical antibiotic eye drops are used to supplement the eye drops, such as 0.
5% levofloxacin eye drops.
When there is a lot of eye feces, it can be rinsed with normal saline to remove the secretions in the eyes.
Penicillin drugs are preferred for intramuscular injection. Those with corneal ulcers should be treated as corneal ulcers.
Eyeballs have suffered trauma and beware of corneal ulcers.
After the baby’s eye is traumatized, he will have obvious photophobia, tears, pain, and decreased vision.
Eyelid edema, conjunctival congestion, corneal ulcers are round and dirty, may be corneal ulcers, severe cases can cause corneal perforation.
If the treatment is not timely, the bacteria enter the eye and can develop into pancreatitis, which eventually shrinks.
This is mainly caused by bacterial infections such as Staphylococcus aureus, Diplococcus pneumoniae, Streptococcus, etc., often before the onset of eyeball scratches, foreign body removal and other conditions, children often accompanied by chronic dacryocystitis, conjunctivitis or trachoma and other diseases.
During treatment, 1.
A combination of broad-spectrum antibiotics such as aminoglycosides and quinolones are often used in combination.
In severe cases, antibiotics such as cephalosporins can be injected systemically.
The ulcer develops progressively, and corneal perforation requires corneal transplantation.
Actively prevent corneal trauma. If there is a scratch on the corneal epithelium, timely drop antibiotic eye drops and pay close attention until the epithelium heals.
Chronic dacryocystitis is an important cause of bacterial corneal ulcers and should be treated thoroughly.
The baby is afraid of light, tears, and increased secretions. It may also be caused by inversion of the eyelids, inversion of eyelashes, and irritation and friction of the cornea.
Eyelid inversion caused by wide skin at the root of the nose or hypoplasia of the bridge of the nose, eyelash inversion, sometimes caused by hypoplasia of muscles around the eyelids or facial obesity
In fact, as the child becomes older, the skin and bones are developed, the eyelid inversion can become normal, the eyelashes will naturally expand and grow, and the replicas will gradually disappear.
It can also be applied to the eyelids around the eyelids to pull the eyelids gently to make the eyelashes longer and reduce the irritation caused by trichiasis.
Such as the rest of the eyelid inversion phenomenon after facial bone development is complete, surgery can be considered.