1. When do we talk about premature babies?
The premature baby is one born before 37 weeks of pregnancy.
2. Why is a baby born early?
There are two main factors that are the techniques of fertilization and the stress of modern life. Independently there are other factors due to maternal or fetal disease.
3. Can the expectant mother follow some tips to prevent the baby from being born early?
A thorough monitoring of your pregnancy, with correct control of how it progresses and a life planning that contributes to the full health of mother and fetus.
4. What risks can a baby born prematurely have?
Although there are highly specialized centers to care for premature babies, being born before the end of pregnancy always involves a risk in the development and growth of the various organs and systems.
5. What tests are done to the newborn?
Once born the premature is controlled as has been the evolution of all its organs: brain, digestive heart, eyes and even the growth of joints such as hips.
6. What special treatment or care should be followed?
The circumstances of the maternal womb are reproduced through incubators, monitors and medications so that all these organs continue to grow normally.