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What type of respiratory disorder does my child have and how is it treated ?

hi , my baby is 1year old and sometimes suddenly her respiratory system stops. she can t breathe for 1-2 minute and i give her oxygen through mouth and then only she comes in a good condition. i want to know from which disease my daughter is facing??
Asked On : Sun, 26 Jun 2011
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It's possible she is having a seizure or apnoeic spells. Apnoeic spells are seen commonly in premature babies. The child needs to be properly examined by her Paediatrician to prevent any complications.
Answered: Mon, 27 Jun 2011
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Pediatrician Dr. Partho Sarathi Roy's  Response
It may be cyanotic or pallid spell, if otherwise normal the condition will gradually improved by the age of 5 years.the bay no need to do any mouth to mouth breathing as it inefective .
Answered: Mon, 27 Jun 2011
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