5 antibiotics contraindicated in newborns
At present, breast milk replacement is generally admired, but some antibacterial drugs can harm the health of babies through breast milk.
The most commonly used antibacterials for infants are the following five: Chloramphenicol: Chloramphenicol can inhibit the function of bone marrow hematopoietic cells, causing the baby’s red blood cells, white blood cells, thrombocytopenia and anemia.
In addition, chloramphenicol absorbed from milk cannot be metabolized by the liver due to incomplete development of liver and kidney functions in infants. Poisoning caused by renal excretion can cause infants to refuse food, vomit, irregular breathing, and bruise (grey skin).Infant syndrome) and so on.
Sulfa: Sulfa drugs that enter the baby’s body through milk can cause hyperbilirubinemia. Bilirubin can affect brain tissue and cause brain nuclear jaundice.
In addition, thiamine drugs may cause allergic reactions in infants.
Furantoin: Furantoin is commonly used to treat urinary tract infections. Milk containing furantoin can cause hemolytic anemia in infants lacking G6PD.
Isonicotine: The concentration of milk and plasma in the concentration of isonicotine.
Isoniatine in milk enters the body of breast milk and is associated with vitamin B.
Combined and excreted from the urine can cause vitamin B deficiency in infants.
Metronidazole: Metronidazole has a milk concentration similar to the plasma concentration.
Metronidazole produces a metallic taste in milk and reduces infant food intake and rejects milk.
In addition, metronidazole can cause leukopenia and produce adverse reactions in the central nervous system.
In order to ensure the health of the baby, breast milk replacement should be stopped during the period when the mother must use the above antibacterial drugs due to illness.