Routine health care for your babyRRoutine health care for your babyRoutine health care for your babyEnglishNABaby (1-12 months)BodyNANAAdult (19+)NA2009-10-18T04:00:00ZAndrew James, MBChB, MBI, FRACP, FRCPC12.000000000000050.0000000000000194.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>Read about routine health care for a baby. Well baby visits and immunizations are discussed. Answers provided by Canadian Paediatric Hospitals.</p><p>Most healthy, full-term newborn babies need to be seen by their health-care provider on the third or fourth day of life, and again at two weeks and four weeks. After the first month, you will need to bring your baby back for a check-up at two months, four months, and six months of age, to coincide with the timing of immunizations. Your baby needs one more doctor visit between six and 12 months of age. </p><h2>Key points</h2> <ul><li>At your newborn's first medical visit, the doctor will ask questions about the baby; weigh your baby; check overall health; and answer any questions you may have.</li> <li>During subsequent medical visits the doctor will ask about your baby; examine their genital area; measure height, weight and head circumference; make sure major development milestones are being met; and administer immunizations when necessary.</li></ul>
宝宝的日常健康护理宝宝的日常健康护理Routine health care for your babyChineseSimplifiedNAChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)NANANAAdult (19+)NA2009-10-18T04:00:00ZAndrew James, MBChB, MBI, FRACP, FRCPC72.00000000000009.00000000000000364.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z了解宝宝的日常健康护理。还讨论了健儿检查和免疫。 加拿大儿童医院提供可靠回答。大多数健康的、足月的宝宝需要在出生后三到四天内去看医生,两到四周大时还需再看一次。宝宝满月后,你需要在其两个月大、四个月大和六个月大时带其去做体检,这也正好是接种疫苗的时间。在6到12 个月之间,宝宝需要看医生一次以上。<br>
Soins de santé de routine pour votre bébéSSoins de santé de routine pour votre bébéRoutine Health Care for Your BabyFrenchNABaby (1-12 months)BodyNANAAdult (19+)NA2009-10-18T04:00:00ZAndrew James, MBChB, MBI, FRACP, FRCPC12.000000000000050.0000000000000194.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>Apprenez-en davantage sur les soins de santé de routine pour bébés. On y discute des visites de routine et des immunisations. Réponses fournies par les hôpitaux pédiatriques canadiens.</p><p>La plupart des nouveau-nés en santé et nés à terme doivent être vus par leur intervenant de la santé au cours de la troisième ou de la quatrième journée de leur vie ainsi qu’aux deuxièmes et quatrièmes semaines. Après le premier mois, vous devrez amener votre bébé pour un suivi à l'âge de deux mois, quatre mois et six mois, ce qui correspond au moment où il doit recevoir les immunisations. Votre bébé devra voir le médecin une autre fois entre l'âge de six mois et de 12 mois.</p><h2>À retenir</h2> <ul><li>Lors de la première consultation médicale de votre nouveau-né, le médecin vous posera des questions sur votre bébé; il pèsera votre bébé; il évaluera sa santé générale; il répondra à toutes vos questions.</li> <li>Au cours des consultations de routine subséquentes, le médecin s’informera de votre bébé; examinera ses parties génitales; mesurera sa taille, son poids ainsi que la circonférence de sa tête; s’assurera que les principaux jalons du développement sont atteints; administrera les vaccins au moment opportun. </li></ul>

 

 

Routine health care for your baby491.000000000000Routine health care for your babyRoutine health care for your babyREnglishNABaby (1-12 months)BodyNANAAdult (19+)NA2009-10-18T04:00:00ZAndrew James, MBChB, MBI, FRACP, FRCPC12.000000000000050.0000000000000194.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>Read about routine health care for a baby. Well baby visits and immunizations are discussed. Answers provided by Canadian Paediatric Hospitals.</p><p>Most healthy, full-term newborn babies need to be seen by their health-care provider on the third or fourth day of life, and again at two weeks and four weeks. After the first month, you will need to bring your baby back for a check-up at two months, four months, and six months of age, to coincide with the timing of immunizations. Your baby needs one more doctor visit between six and 12 months of age. </p><h2>Key points</h2> <ul><li>At your newborn's first medical visit, the doctor will ask questions about the baby; weigh your baby; check overall health; and answer any questions you may have.</li> <li>During subsequent medical visits the doctor will ask about your baby; examine their genital area; measure height, weight and head circumference; make sure major development milestones are being met; and administer immunizations when necessary.</li></ul><p>Your baby will need to see a health-care provider – either a family physician or a paediatrician – to ensure that they are healthy and that they stay that way. If health concerns do arise, these professionals are available to help your baby through their challenges, or they may refer them to more specialized health-care providers.</p><h2>Your baby’s first medical visit</h2><p>Most healthy, full-term newborn babies are released from the hospital within one to two days after birth. These babies, and those who are delivered at home, need to be seen by their health-care provider on the third or fourth day of life. Try to bring a list of questions with you to the medical visit, so that you do not forget to ask when you see the doctor. At your newborn baby’s first medical visit, the doctor will do the following: </p><ul><li>ask questions about how well your newborn baby is feeding and whether there are any problems </li><li>ask how often your baby is wetting their diapers and passing stool </li><li>listen to your baby’s breathing and heartbeat </li><li>measure your baby’s weight </li><li>check your baby’s hearing and eyesight </li><li>check your baby’s overall health </li><li>check for any physical conditions of concern </li><li>answer questions about your baby’s development, feeding, sleeping, and overall health </li></ul><h2>Subsequent medical visits</h2><p>You will need to bring your newborn baby back to the doctor for a well-baby visit at two weeks and four weeks. After the first month, bring your baby back for a check-up at two months, four months, and six months of age, to coincide with the timing of immunizations. Your baby needs one more doctor visit between six and 12 months of age. Try to bring a list of questions with you to the medical visit, so that you do not forget what to ask when you see the doctor. If at all possible, bring your partner with you, so the doctor can get to know you all. During the medical visit, the doctor will do the following: </p><ul><li>ask questions about how well your baby is feeding and whether there are any problems </li><li>ask how often your baby is wetting their diapers and passing stool </li><li>listen to your baby’s breathing and heartbeat </li><li>measure your baby’s height, weight, and head circumference to make sure that they are growing properly </li><li>examine the genital area, especially if your baby boy was circumcised </li><li>check your baby’s hearing and eyesight </li><li>check your baby’s overall health </li><li>make sure that any major development milestones are being met </li><li>check for any physical conditions of concern </li><li>answer questions about your baby’s development, feeding, sleeping, and overall health </li><li>administer immunizations when necessary </li></ul>https://assets.aboutkidshealth.ca/AKHAssets/routine_healthcare_for_your_baby.jpgRoutine health care for your baby

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