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·The Necessity of The Baby Scales
Why the newborns need baby scales? Because the baby's weight is used as a measure of future development, a newborn may lose its physiological weight about a week after birth. This is a normal phenomenon, and the baby's mothers don't have to worry about it, which will gradually return to normal weight. Day by day, the baby's weight will grow slowly. Adults can also observe that the baby's weight is slowly increasing, the baby's arms and legs will be gradually getting bigger and stronger, and the baby's height is increasing. Through the comparison of these data, it can be judged whether the baby is in the healthy development. Therefore, you need to choose a baby scale to accompany the baby slowly grow up.
·The Effects of The Baby Scales
When baby is slink or has medical problems, health care providers turn to the baby weigh scale for measuring breast milk intake. The baby is weighed before and after breastfeeding, and with a touch of a button, the baby weight scale calculates the baby's intake. For small babies, the baby weight scale can measure the difference of one-half teaspoon of breast milk.
The underweight babies should be taken seriously. Be sure to check that your baby is properly weighed. The weighing should always be carried out on the same baby scale due to the small difference in baby's weight. It is best to weigh the baby with a special baby scale. You should also weigh your baby once a week, because daily weight is changed which caused by feeding, urination, defecation, and so on.
If baby's weight is increased but does not seem adequate, consider whether your baby's feeding is appropriate. You should offer food five or six times a day and feed breast milk or infant formula food to the baby. At the age of six months, babies need solid food to replenish calories. So you need to feed solid food several times a day. At the same time, you need to continue to measure the baby's weight to ensure that the baby's weight is normal.
If a baby has a "congenital heart defect", it means the heart or blood vessels about the heart didn't develop normally before birth. Such babies often catch colds, repeat respiratory infections, and are prone to pneumonia. Moreover, they grow poorly and often sweat. The lives of these babies are very fragile and therefore required special careful care.
The weight of healthy babies usually be doubled between four and five months of age. A baby with a congenital heart defect may grow more slowly during infancy and childhood, although the growth often varies according to the disease type and severity of the condition. An eight-ounce to one-pound gain in a month may be an acceptable weight gain for a baby with a heart defect. The baby is usually weighed every month, and the measurements will show how well your baby is growing.