According to a study by the scientists was published in February 2015 said, if exposed to cigarette smoke in the womb in 50% of children will have a history of getting eczema and other skin disorders types.
The researchers led by doctors treating di application Pediatrics Soo-Jong Hong at the University of Ulsan, South Korea in charge said the pregnant mother exposed to cigarette smoke as babies at high risk of suffering from asthma. So, we want to find out whether or not the same connection for diseases, eczema or atopic dermatitis.
The disease eczema and asthma are the manifestation of allergic diseases, like fever summer or food allergies. On the other hand we don't yet know the cause of eczema, but had assumed that can partly due to genetics should the child's disease risk is from the development stage very soon. Therefore, the need to clarify the issues related to the disease of eczema.
Photo : Small children have eczema risk from tobacco smokeSmall children have eczema risk from tobacco smoke
Research on the harmful effects of tobacco smoke
The research team analyzed blood samples of 3639 child from 7 to 8 years to figure out that these children with a particular Gene Variant had the task of deciphering the immune system proteins TNF-alpha and TLR-4 if exposed to cigarette smoke from in the fetus does have the risk of developing eczema patients higher or not.
Team representatives said: "both variations are inflammatory conditions, including as asthma, Crohn's (TNF-alpha variants) and rheumatoid arthritis (TLR-4 variant)".
The investigation about the effects of tobacco smoke
The results of the survey were announced in February 2015 during the meeting of the Academy of Allergy, Asthma Immunology completely identical to American & the earlier results of other research teams from KarolinskaIstitutet in Stockholm, Sweden. They all said that exposure to cigarette smoke in the womb or during birth-related allergic diseases such as asthma, rhinitis (summer sauce), and eczema.
The notice said "many children exposed to cigarette smoke in the womb and also after being born" "and to 60% of the mothers quit smoking during pregnancy-smoking back within the first 6 months after birth, and 80-90% of smoking back in round 12 months after birth."
The risk of eczema from cigarette smoke for small children
The research team tracked 4089 patients from birth until the age of 16 to examine the exposure to tobacco smoke how to influence them throughout a long period since childhood to teens.
The results showed that exposure to cigarette smoke when it is just the fetus increases the risk of asthma and play summer fever but except for eczema. The risk of infected eczema only due to the exposure to the smoke of the child after birth.
From these studies, scientists conclude
"The analysis of the segment ages pointed out the harmful effects of exposure to tobacco smoke causes asthma risk will last up to 4 years. For sore noses, ages from 1 to 4 have the highest infection risk, while eczema will from 8 to 16.
From the above fact, scientists recommend that people should limit smoking and avoid smoking indoors to protect the health of young children and other family members.