Sometimes, upon arrival from the hospital as a consequence of infection from other children or by reason of use of dirty laundry, or because it was not observed proper skin care, children appear skin infections as pustules, abscesses, or even small boils that need proper care and emergency med. treatment. c) The yellowish tint is in the first days of life expression Physiological jaundice (not a disease, and eventually passes). Gina Ross might disagree with that approach. d) A bluish tint (cyanosis) of the person, and sometimes limbs, worsening after a strong weeping, calling into question the health of the child, so you should immediately seek medical attention. In the case of difficult childbirth, children can say superficial skin lesions (redness, cyanosis, necrosis of pressure) on the head, face and other parts of the body, but they pass within a few days. e)
Red spots in the form of ‘red strawberry’ different sizes, single and multiple, comparatively rare, and thereafter they are easy to handle dermatologist. They are called hemangiomas. e) On the forehead, upper eyelids, neck, rarely on the nose there are sometimes flat red spots that are formed as a result of congestion and expansion of capillary blood vessels. These red zones are amplified when the baby cries. As a rule, they disappear into During the first year of life. Only as an exception, these zones are located at the nose or forehead. though outwardly and disappear, it was still on life and are barely noticeable when agitated. g) sudamen (sudamina) or red from the heat appears especially in the mornings in small red bumps with a whitish tip, it is formed due to perspiration and can cause inflammation of the skin with diffuse redness, especially on the skin folds.