Supply sufficient Oxygen to your child before birth

Supply sufficient Oxygen to your child before birth


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Supply sufficient Oxygen to your child before birth
Posted in June 2013
Know about Oxygen and its importance for us
1. Oxygen is a very important element because it is a part of the air people breathe and the water people drink. Because of this, oxygen supports life. Many living things (including humans) need oxygen to live and breathe, though it is poisonous to some forms of life
2. We breathe because oxygen is needed to burn the fuel [sugars and fatty acids] in our cells to produce energy.) (Oxygen is brought into the lungs via breathing, where it is transported by red blood cells to the entire body to be used to produce energy.
3. One critical role that oxygen plays in the body is that it is used to oxidize our food, in the process of cellular respiration, thus releasing energy, which is eventually stored in ATP in the electron transport chain in mitochondria, and in glycolysis in the cytoplasm.
4. In order for life to survive on earth oxygen is needed for those which aerobically respire. It is used in respiration which is converting sugar (glucose) C6H12O6 using oxygen, O2 into carbon dioxide, CO2 and water H2O this reaction gives energy needed for cells to operate.
5. During this process, the organisms release oxygen into the air. Many living things get oxygen from the air when they breathe in, or inhale. Oxygen helps the body's cells function normally. The cycle of carbon dioxide and oxygen on Earth is depenSo, we're living because there's oxygen. ... The cells of aerobes (those who need oxygen for survival) have evolved in such a way that Oxygen is needed to breakdown the food molecules they ingest and liberation of energy (along with byproducts) takes place through this break down (combustion).dent on plants and animals.
6. So, we're living because there's oxygen. ... The cells of aerobes (those who need oxygen for survival) have evolved in such a way that Oxygen is needed to breakdown the food molecules they ingest and liberation of energy (along with byproducts) takes place through this break down (combustion).
There are many more benefits of Oxygen. Every one takes 6 Lts of Oxygen per minute but it consumes for digestion first and remaining will be useful to the body. Take food which is easily digested using less Oxygen.
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1...    When a fetus does not receive enough oxygen in the uterus while growing, the condition is called intrauterine hypoxia.. At the time just before or during labor and delivery, oxygen deprivation to the fetus is called fetal hypoxia or intrapartum hypoxia. All three terms refer to the condition in which the baby’s tissues receive insufficient oxygen, leading to possibly severe complications, including hypoxic brain injuries. Neonatal asphyxia is used to describe a baby just after birth who does not start breathing or whose breathing does not provide enough oxygen to the body. If the brain is deprived of a significant amount of oxygen at any time during gestation or after birth, permanent brain damage (intraventricular hemorrhage, periventricular leukomalacia, etc.) and/or other complications can occur.
2...  A baby deprived of oxygen before birth may have difficulty breathing after birth, have too much acid in the bodily fluids, present with brain damage or disorders, or have damaged organs. If the oxygen deprivation occurred throughout the delivery process, the baby may be blue at birth, have no breath sounds, no cry, poor muscle tone or a low heart rate.
3...  The baby’s APGAR score may be low and arterial blood gas testing may show a low pH (ie: <7.1) or an elevated Base Excess. Blood sampling from the umbilical cord may be taken to document the baby’s pH and Base Excess at the time of birth. A low pH could mean that the baby was suffering from a metabolic acidosis (low oxygen) as a result of the negative effects of labor.
4...  Restoration of oxygen delivery is referred to as “resuscitation” of the baby. If resuscitation does not occur, the baby can develop respiratory acidosis evidenced by high levels of CO2 in the baby’s blood. This respiratory acidosis increases the risk that the baby may develop a brain bleed also know as an intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH). An IVH can lead to associated problems such as Cerebral Palsy. If the resuscitation does not provide enough oxygen to the baby, the baby can also develop a metabolic acidosis evidenced by low pH levels in the baby’s blood. Low levels of oxygen can cause anoxic or hypoxic injuries to the baby’s brain leading to periventricular leukomalacia (PVL) and Cerebral Palsy (CP).
5....  Oxygen is important to clean and activate all parts of your body.  Your uterus should be clean and healthy to have healthy child.   The amount of oxygen in your body depend on your food.
6....    Your child's body need more oxygen to develop every part particularly brain cells.
7.....  Supply sufficient oxygen to your child before birth so that he will become a genius child.

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