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666 Possible Causes for Poor Feeding in Infants

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  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Poor feeding (in infants) Unintentional weight loss Excessive sweating Clammy skin Muscle pain or joint stiffness Who is at risk for acute gastroenteritis? Anyone.[]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    Other signs and symptoms of severe RSV infection in infants include: Short, shallow and rapid breathing Cough Poor feeding Unusual tiredness (lethargy) Irritability Most children[] Infants present with: Cough (the most common symptom after the first four weeks). Tachypnoea (according to severity). Grunting. Chest indrawing. Feeding difficulties.[] […] this may be the first sign), poor feeding, dehydration, and fever. 15 , 16 RSV is the most common causative organism and is responsible for around 75% of all cases. 6 Rhinovirus[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Newborns and infants may develop fever or hypothermia, poor feeding, jaundice, vomiting, and diarrhea.[] Children typically present with a high fever and systemic symptoms such as lethargy (tiredness), vomiting and poor feeding.[] ) may include hypothermia , diarrhea , jaundice , poor feeding and in some children, bedwetting What are urinary tract infection (UTI) symptoms and signs in women, men, and[]

  • Streptococcal Infection

    Signs and symptoms of GBS neonatal infection may include fever , breathing problems, seizures , lethargy, and poor feeding.[] The infection can be spread to infants before or during birth.[]

  • Bilirubin Encephalopathy

    By the third day of life the infant developed fever, poor feeding and severe jaundice.[] Symptoms of kernicterus include loss of the startle reflex, poor feeding, decreased movement, and seizures.[] Classic kernicterus (mature infants): Acute bilirubin encephalopathy (first week of life): decreased alerteness, hypotonia, poor feeding.[]

  • Neonatal Hypoglycemia

    Available from: A 6-day old infant was admitted to our hospital with seizures, irritability and poor feeding.[] […] of a diabetic mother (IDM including gestational, Type 1 or 2 diabetes), preterm (35 or 36 weeks), small (birth weight 4500g) or other reasons including poor feeding.[] feeding, cyanosis, temperature instability, and coma.[]

  • Familial Dysautonomia

    Problems related to this disorder first appear in infants who show poor muscle tone (hypotonia), feeding difficulties, poor growth, lack of tears, frequent lung infections[] Early signs and symptoms include poor muscle tone (hypotonia), feeding difficulties, poor growth, lack of tears, frequent lung infections, and difficulty maintaining body[] Symptoms of FD include: hypotonia (poor muscle tone) feeding difficulties poor growth lack of tears attacks of nausea with vomiting frequent lung infections difficulty maintaining[]

  • Short Chain Acyl CoA Dehydrogenase Deficiency

    […] diagnosed with SCADD have symptoms that can include hypoglycemia, lack of energy, vomiting, poor feeding, seizures, poor muscle tone, developmental delays and failure to[] Affected infants may have difficulty feeding and fail to grow at the expected rate. Some show poor muscle tone, seizures, and small head size.[] Short-chain acyl-coenzyme A dehydrogenase deficiency affected infants will have vomiting, low blood sugar, a lack of energy (lethargy), poor feeding, and failure to gain weight[]

  • Polycythemia Neonatorum

    Introduction & basic Clinical approach Management Conclusion 3. 11 D old , bottle-feeding infant parents c/o his poor appetite for 24 hrs ,, BP 82/52,PR 150,temp. 36.2 ,,[] […] drug-exposed infant, even if born at term?[] […] electrolytes - Impaired parent/infant attachment - Delayed G&D - Delayed reflexes Retinopathy of prematurity - Usually effects babies less than 28 weeks gestation - Retina[]

  • Endocardial Cushion Defect

    In severe cases, patients have a history of poor feeding, chronic upper respiratory tract infections, pneumonia, and poor growth.[] Tachycardia, tachypnea, poor peripheral circulation, feeding difficulties and excessive sweating are encountered in the first few months of life, and in the absence of an[] Patients with a complete defect develop CHF in infancy, with frequent respiratory infections and poor weight gain. An infant may be relatively asymptomatic.[]

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