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Saving the life of a 1.5-month-old child with hypocalcemia convulsion

Recently, the Emergency Department of City Children’s Hospital, received a case of CB child. LTNB 1.5 months old, male, living in Soc Trang, was transferred in a state of convulsion, cyanosis. Taking the medical history, the child often cried, cried at night, vomited milk, had a low fever, cough, and jerks intermittently, about 30-40 seconds each, 3-4 times a day, admitted to a local hospital. Emergency treatment for anticonvulsants, no relief, children having more than 7-8 seizures/day should be transferred to City Children’s Hospital. Here, the child is cyanotic, has convulsions all over the body, has a lot of viscous sputum, has weak breathing, so he is intubated to help breathe through the machine, to prevent convulsions. The emergency tests showed that the brain ultrasound and cerebrospinal fluid were normal, the electrolyte results showed that the child had severe hypocalcemia of 0.45mmol/L (normally 1-1.12mmol/L). , the concentration of vitamin D in the blood decreased as low as 9.18 ng/ml (normally 20-63.7 ng/ml). Children were treated with first-stage emergency intravenous blood calcium supplementation, then oral calcium and vitamin D supplements. Results after 1 week of treatment, her condition gradually improved, the convulsions stopped, she was sober, she was weaned from the ventilator, and she sucked quite well.

Young CB.  LTNB 1.5 months old, male, hypocalcaemia, severe vitamin D deficiency, receiving active anticonvulsant treatment, calcium infusion, vitamin D supplementation, recovered after nearly 1 week of treatment
Young CB. LTNB 1.5 months old, male, hypocalcaemia, severe vitamin D deficiency, receiving active anticonvulsant treatment, calcium infusion, vitamin D supplementation, recovered after nearly 1 week of treatment

This is a case of an infant with early manifestation of hypocalcemia due to lack of supply from the womb. Therefore, we would like to note that pregnant mothers need to eat enough nutrients, including foods rich in calcium such as stewed bones, shrimp, crabs, fish, etc. After giving birth, they need to continue to eat enough nutrients including calcium. In order for children to enjoy calcium from breast milk, let them sunbathe in the morning about 10 minutes before 8 am to help them get enough vitamin D needed for the absorption of calcium in the intestines, to avoid rickets and severe hypocalcemia. In addition, vitamin D and calcium supplements can be taken under the guidance of your pediatrician.

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Doctor of CK2 Nguyen Minh Tien
City Children’s Hospital

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