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tarek

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  1. Thanks @spartacus007 it is a nice approach. is there is time frame for follow up shall i depend on clinical evaluation only rule of serial x rays the problem is tension pneumothorax can happen within seconds
  2. nice question we do practice rectal stimulation by feeding tube or sometimes glycerine suppositories or rectal wash out by NS
  3. we are starting with 80 ml/kg/day with sodium monitoring we are not adding sodium in the first 24 hours their juxta glomerular apparatus is very sensetive they can not deal with sodium even some literatures is saying no need to add sodium in first few days
  4. In our unit we are not cutting the tube but we did not do any study to check which is better to cut it or to leave it . Please respond to the poll and share your practise.
  5. I can appreciate Dilated bowel loops no portal vein gas no pneumatosis any Gastric Residual, vomiting, bloody stools check for electrolytes esp Na Do CRP, blood Cs start antibiotics according to your antibiogram serial x ray follow up blood gas to check for metabolic acidosis CBC monitoring to check for further drop of platlets regarding pedia surgical consultation in NEC I & NEC II they have no rule but if you can involve them if you have suspecion NEC III THEY SHOULD INTERVENE EITHER PUTTING A DRAIN OR TAKE THE PATIENT TO OR Treat the patient as a whole and do not treat the x ray
  6. @Dr.Smah Do you mean acute management in nicu for babies whom there mothers are smokers..?
  7. every time I check my email and find 99nicu in the list I feel too much excited every time I visit this site I gain new information and add new knowledge thanks @Stefan Johansson and all 99nicu members love you all❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
  8. @Sutirtha Roy waaaaw very nice👌👌👌👌👌 thanks a lot 🙏🙏
  9. @Stefan Johansson yes you are right thanks from your phone just go for options and ask desktop site
  10. DONE 💓💓💓💓💓 💓💓💓💓💓
  11. @rehman_naveedWhat i mentioned is the latest recommendation from AHA 2015 i will try to post it
  12. @rehman_naveed Regarding Q2 in cardiology The answer and critique need review ventricular tachycardia with pulse so stable ( normal BP normal CRT ) so medication here we can consider adenosine then expert consultation. Ventricular tachycardia with pulse unstable ( low BP , prolonged CRT ) so sybchronized cardioversion starting with 0.5 j/ kg Pulseless Ventricular tachycardia same as VF management is defebrillation start with 2 j/ kg
  13. Waaaaaw Thank you for sharing Jazak Allah Khayra
  14. The placental circulation brings into close relationship 2 curculation systems: the maternal and the fetal in severe abruptio the mother will present with shock and fetus may die detection of fetal blood in a maternal bleeding is worrisome The clinical manifestations and prognosis depends on the amount of fetal blood and the rapidity with which it occurs see the attached study 25-30.pdf
  15. If you from the history that there is antepartum hemorrhage and you have the time to arrange O -ve PRBCs It will be more superior than NS If the baby deliverd and resuscitation was required and O- ve blood not there you will give 10 ml/ kg NS over 5-10 minutes In side nicu after stabilization of the baby you can arrange for cross matched PRBCs if the baby us really anaemic
  16. I like the european consensus in management of CDH really it is very nice and helpful #### also there is new modality which we are trying to use it which is applying VG with HFOV(1-3 ml/kg) CDH EURO Consortium Consensus.pdf
  17. According to NRP textbook What are the limitations of a laryngeal mask? Laryngeal masks have several limitations to consider during neonatal resuscitation. •The device has not been studied for suctioning secretions from the airway. •If you need to use high ventilation pressures,air may leak through the seal between the pharynx and the mask, resulting in insufficient pressure to inflate the lungs. •Few reports describe the use of a laryngeal mask during chest compressions. However, if endotracheal intubation is unsuccessful, it is reasonable to attempt compressions with the device in place. •There is insufficient evidence to recommend using a laryngeal mask to administer intratracheal medications. Intratracheal medications may leak from the mask into the esophagus and not enter the lung. •Laryngeal masks can not be used in very small newborns. Currently, the smallest laryngeal mask is intended for use in babies who weigh more than approximately 2,000 g. Many reports describe its use in babies who weigh 1,500 to 2,000 g. Some reports have described using the size-1 laryngeal mask successfully in babies who weigh less than 1,500 g. This study by Prof Kary Roberts in USA Laryngeal Mask Airway for Surfactant Administration in Neonates:A Randomized,ControlledTrial
  18. Its importance will come when you will face a baby when you can not hear His Heart sounds like Hydrops babies I wittnessed chest compression start to one hydrops baby as no hear beat detected by auscultation and after PPV I am with ECG leads and monitor to be available in perfect setup Using ECG leads accirding to NRP guidlines should be implemented from january 2017 Tell now we are trying to make it available in OR and LR How should you assess the baby’s heart rate response during compressions? Briefly pause compressions and, if necessary, pause ventilation. An electronic cardiac (ECG) monitor is the preferred method for assessing heart rate during chest compressions. You may assess the baby’s heart rate by listening with a stethoscope or using a pulse oximeter. There are limitations to each of these methods. •During resuscitation,auscultation can be difficult,prolonging the interruption in compressions and potentially giving inaccurate results. •If the baby’s perfusion is very poor,a pulse oximeter may not reliably detect the baby’s pulse. •An electroniccardiac(ECG) monitor displays the heart’s electrical activity and may shorten the interruption in compressions, but slow electrical activity may be present without the heart pumping blood (“pulseless electrical activity”). In the newborn, pulseless electrical activity is treated the same as an absent pulse (asystole). Copied from textbook of neonatal resusscitation 7th edition
  19. Unfortunately We never have it in our hospital
  20. We had it in our unit before but i never used it as i did not have any problem while intubating I think the technique is the most important thing In ELBW size 00 is it available for videolaryngscope( i don not think)
  21. I enjoyed the discussion although we know that the benifit is less or even no benifit still many are using H2 blocker or proton pump inhibitor even some are using metoclopramide The first 5 days postop NGT or OGT is mandatory then gastrographin to be sure that there is no leak after that depend on GA and when we will start oral feeding
  22. Thanks @bimalc For your valuable comments For antibiotics choice it differ from full term to preterm babies NEC has not been shown to occur in germ-free animals. While bacterial and viral pathogens including Escherichia coli, Klebsiella spp, Clostridium spp, Staphylococcus epidermidis, rotavirus, and enterovirus have been implicated, no single organism has been consistently associated with NEC. Blood cultures are positive in only 20–30% of cases. While colonization by normal gut flora supports the intestinal mucosa through toll-like receptors, pathological bacteria induce inflammation and apoptosis by signaling pathways such as nuclear factor-κB. The growth of these noncommensal bacteria may also result in endotoxin release, leading to mucosal damage.(Gomella) This suggestion was mentioned in Gomella Antibiotic regimen should cover pathogens that can cause late-onset sepsis in premature infants. Add anaerobic coverage if bowel necrosis or perforation is suspected. Reasonable antibiotic regimens include a. Vancomycin, gentamicin, and clindamycin (or metronidazole). b. Vancomycin and piperacillin/tazobactam. c. Vancomycin, gentamicin, and piperacillin/tazobactam. d. Term infants may be treated with ampicillin, gentamicin, and clindamycin.
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