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Los motivos de consulta fueron: Las soluciones hay que buscarlas en un mayor apoyo a la madre lactante por parte de los profesionales sanitarios.


During the last 10 years the number of publications reporting a rise in the incidence of hypernatremia in children who are exclusively breast-fed has increased.

To report the results of a series of cases detected in a district hospital in the last 6 years in order to better delineate the clinical characteristics of infant hypernatremia, its optimal treatment and preventive measures. Cases were identified through the departmental database. Twelve newborns were identified who presented peddiatria following characteristics: The presenting complaints included weight loss in nine infants, irritability in six, fever in six, poor feeding in five and jaundice in two.


Most of the neonates had more than one symptom. Ten of the mothers Hypernatremia due to breast-feeding is a consequence of inadequate breast-feeding technique in inexperienced mothers. A possible solution would be for health professionals to provide mothers with greater support. Previous article Next article.


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