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Small child, high respiratory rate since birth. Put on oxygen in the ICU. Causes and treatment?

hi, i m xxxxx,,, day before yesterday, i had my baby boy but since then he was crying, doctor on duty told me that his respiratory / breathing rate is high , so he has been put under Oxygen in ICU .... when ever i ask to doctor they always reply that they are trying to find out the reason or this and sometimes they just reply that they still don t know. please help me why this situation occurs...?
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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welcome to hcm
thanks for the query
whats your baby's birth weight? he was delivered near to term or delivered prior to the date given by your doctor?
you baby delivered through normal delivery or cesarean section?
you have not mentioned all these. please attach all the information
then it will be easier to answer the questions

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