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This little action when making milk powder caused intestinal necrosis in the half-month-old baby girl! Many parents are still doing

Posting time:2023-03-24 09:58:59

This little action when making milk powder caused intestinal necrosis in the half-month-old baby girl! Many parents are still doing

The milk powder that the baby drinks is carefully selected by the parents, and the one that is best for the baby can be drunk. However, many parents are not so careful when it comes to foaming milk powder. Mixing milk powder, what's so difficult, as everyone knows, milk powder seems to be very simple, and if you are not careful, it may cause harm to the baby. No, there was a news before that in order to provide more nutrition to the half-month-old baby girl, parents "deliberately" added a few more spoons of milk powder each time, which resulted in the baby's intestinal necrosis and almost died. Therefore, foaming milk is really a knowledge. Today, I will talk to you in detail about 4 common misunderstandings of foaming milk powder in life.

Myth 1: The temperature of the water for making milk powder is too high

Some parents feel that the higher the water temperature for making milk powder, the better the milk powder dissolves, and they even use boiling water to soak it directly. Milk powder. Milk powder is formulated according to the baby's growth needs, and it is rich in trace elements and vitamins. Excessive water temperature will make the whey protein in the milk powder denature and agglomerate, which is not conducive to the baby's digestion and absorption; at the same time, high temperature also It will destroy the vitamins (unstable by heat) and immune active substances in milk powder, and reduce the nutritional value of milk powder. The current milk powder production technology is very good, and the water temperature can be fully dissolved at about 40 ° C. Although different brands of milk powder have different nutritional ratios and different temperature requirements, in order to avoid the loss of nutrients, they are basically around 40~60°C.

Misunderstanding 2: Put milk powder first, then add water

When making milk powder, put milk powder first, then water, which is also a common mistake made by new parents. In fact, the correct order should be to add water first, then milk powder. The concentration of baby milk powder is formulated according to the baby's physical development. If the milk powder concentration is too low, the nutrition will not keep up; but the concentration is too high, which will add burden to the child's digestive system. If you add milk powder first, and then add water to the preset scale, the concentration of the milk will increase, and the baby's digestive and metabolic systems are immature. Long-term eating like this is prone to constipation and diarrhea. Adding milk powder is easy to produce small agglomerates and increase the wall hanging situation, which is not conducive to cleaning the milk bottle, and also wastes milk powder. Therefore, for the health of the baby, parents must carefully read the instructions on the package and formulate milk powder in strict accordance with the scientific order.

Myth 3: Shake the bottle vigorously

Most parents are accustomed to shaking the bottle vigorously to promote the full dissolution of the milk powder. Air bubbles, causing the baby to bloat, burp and spit up. Therefore, in order to reduce the generation of air bubbles, when making milk powder, it is recommended that parents hold the bottle tightly with both palms, and rub it back and forth gently. After the milk is foamed, let it sit for a while, and then give it to the child after the bubbles dissolve.

Misunderstanding 4: Long-term non-replacement of pacifiers and bottles

If the baby's pacifiers and bottles are not replaced for a long time, it is easy to breed bacteria and aging, especially the pacifier made of silicone, after aging It is easy to produce toxic substances that endanger the health of the baby. So, how often should your baby's bottles and pacifiers be changed? For the pacifier, it is recommended to replace it every 2 months. On the one hand, the pacifier is inconvenient to clean, easy to breed bacteria, and it is not suitable for long-term high-temperature sterilization, which is easy to deform and age. For safety, it should be replaced regularly; The requirements for the milk flow rate of the pacifier are different, and the pacifier that can adapt to the growth and development of the baby needs to be replaced in time. Glass baby bottles are more resistant to high temperature. As long as there are no cracks, they can be used all the time, just change the nipple; and plastic (such as PP, PPSU, or PES, etc.) baby bottles, it is best to replace them every 6 months. Because plastic milk bottles are prone to scratches after being washed for a long time, there are hidden dangers of milk leakage and inadequate cleaning; at the same time, the scale of the bottle body will also become blurred, which will bring inconvenience to milk foaming; moreover, it is easy to deform or occur if used for a long time. Chemical changes, so plastic bottles, like pacifiers, should be replaced regularly. Next, I will sort out the correct milk preparation steps for you. Novice parents must master it! Step 1: Before sterilizing and flushing, parents must ensure that the baby's tableware is clean and hygienic, and at the same time, they must also clean their hands. Step 2: For milk powder, pour the pre-cooled warm water into the milk bottle to the corresponding scale level, and then use the special milk powder spoon in the milk powder to scoop the milk powder. It should be noted here that most of the milk powder buckets have a flat groove at the port. After the spoon is full of milk powder, it is necessary to scrape this place to ensure that the amount of milk powder filled is the amount of a flat spoon, so as to ensure the concentration of the milk powder that is flushed out. is standard. Step 3: Dissolve the bottle with both hands and rub it back and forth, paying attention to gentle movements. Step 4: After the temperature measurement milk powder is soaked, you should put a few drops on the back of your hand to test the temperature. If it doesn't feel hot, then give it to the baby to avoid scalding the baby. In short, as long as parents pay attention to these small details and master the correct milk foaming steps, I believe that every milk powder baby will grow up healthily.

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