Infantile apnea

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Infantile apnea is a condition in which an infant temporarily stops breathing during sleep. This can occur due to a variety of factors, including brain damage, infection, or premature birth. Infantile apnea can be life-threatening, and it is essential that infants with the condition receive prompt medical attention. Treatment may involve the use of a machine to monitor breathing and provide stimulation to help the infant start breathing again, as well as medications to address underlying causes of the condition. In some cases, surgery may also be necessary to correct physical abnormalities that are causing the apnea.

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