Factors that cause deafness in newborns

There are many factors that cause neonatal deafness, specifically: family history of deafness; intrauterine infections (such as cytomegalovirus, rubella, toxoplasma gondii, syphilis, etc.); craniofacial deformities; premature or very low birth weight infants, severe asphyxia, severe neonatal Jaundice; maternal drug and alcohol abuse, maternal diabetes; chromosomal abnormalities, and some syndromes related to sensorineural or conductive deafness.In addition, some babies are born withoutHearing loss, But due to various acquired factors, such as infection with meningitis, mumps using ototoxic drugs, etc., hearing loss can also occur.

Therefore, during the baby’s growth and development, parents should pay attention to avoid the damage of the above factors, and pay close attention to the baby’s hearing and speech development.Parents should remind the child to pay attention to ear hygiene, especially when listening to music with headphones, the continuous time should not exceed 1 hour, and the volume should not be too loud; use gentamicin and other ototoxic drugs with caution.

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