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Vitoria: origin and meaning of the name for girl Vitoria
We highlight in our dictionary the name for a girl: Vitoria. You will find in our meaning finder of all baby names.
History of the name Vitoria
Popular variant of Victoria.
Meaning of name Vitoria
It comes from victor or victorius: "victorious, triumphant" / by extension, "the one who triumphs over evil"
Origin of the name Vitoria
Famous people with the name Vitoria
- Saint Ursino, bishop
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What analysis should you give to the newborn?
Tests or tests for newborns are performed prophylactically, to prevent, but also to discover some very serious diseases that could endanger their health and life.
There are some compulsory analyzes at birth, as well as optional ones, which remain at the parents' discretion, depending on the doctor's recommendation.
Here are the most important analyzes to be done for newborns!
The role of tests and analyzes in newborns
Neonatal screening is essential for the health of the baby. After birth, doctors use all kinds of tests and tests to make sure that the baby has not inherited certain genetic diseases that could endanger their health or that they do not suffer from frequent diseases at this age, which require immediate medical attention.
Many of the diseases that are detected with the help of analyzes are metabolic, also called "innate errors of metabolism" and are considered dangerous because they interfere with the body's ability to process the nutrients it receives from the diet and energy production in the body.
Other diseases that are detected by such tests are genetic. Parents can transmit "sick" genes to their babies and, with them, hereditary diseases, without them suffering from some or knowing that they carry such genes. Genetic disorders, along with metabolic disorders, impede the physical or mental development of the newborn in many ways.
Most tests performed on newborns are minimally invasive and involve collecting a blood sample and analyzing it in the laboratory. By testing the blood, doctors identify a multitude of diseases, some of them very rare, that threaten the health and life of newborns.
The most common tests and tests performed on newborns
Phenylketonuria is a genetic disease in which the newborn lacks the enzyme phenylalanine hydroxylase or has a very low level of it, which causes problems in the diet. The child with phenylketonuria may suffer from mental retardation if the disease is not diagnosed and treated.
It is one of the most common diseases diagnosed after medical tests in newborns. Their thyroid does not secrete enough hormones, which can lead to mental retardation and problems in brain development. If detected early, the disease can be treated with medication, without side effects.
Newborns suffering from galactosemia do not have the enzyme that converts galactose (one of the two sugars found in lactose) into glucose in the body, in order to be better tolerated by the body. They cannot consume milk and dairy products because they are not tolerated by the body. They should be fed only with galactose-free milk formulas, and their menu should be adapted to the needs once diversification begins.
Sickle cell anemia
Siclemia is a very rare type of anemia and is considered a hereditary disease. It is caused by the synthesis of an abnormal type of hemoglobin (the cells have an abnormal form, of "sickle", and can cause injury to the vital organs - lungs, kidneys - which can even lead to death).
Early diagnosis of the disease helps doctors quickly intervene with antibiotics and prevent infections or complications that can endanger the baby's life.
Cystic fibrosis is a serious genetic condition that generally affects the lungs and digestive system and predisposes the child to multiple lung infections.
There is no cure for this disease, but rapid diagnosis helps prevent harmful effects and complications that may occur, helping the child to lead a normal life.
MCAD deficiency is an extremely rare and serious metabolic disease for young children. MCAD is characterized by an enzymatic chain that helps in the breakdown of fats and their conversion into energy sources. Those who lack this enzyme chain have major problems in food processing and can develop serious diseases, caused by low blood sugar.
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