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  • DR. V. VEERA RATNAKAR REDDY Senior resident. 05/08/14 Fr. Muller Medical College, Kankanady. 1
  • What is meant by sepsis ??  Systemic bacterial infections are known by the generic term neonatal sepsis. 05/08/14 Fr. Muller Medical College, Kankanady. 2
  • Definition Neonatal sepsis is a clinical syndrome characterized by signs and symptoms of infection with or without accompanying bacteremia in the first month of life. Incorporates septicemia, pneumonia, and meningitis of the newborn. Incidence approximately 30/1000 live births 05/08/14 Fr. Muller Medical College, Kankanady. 3
  • Etiology E.Coli, Staph aureus, Group B Streptococcus and Klebsiella sp. Are responsible for most cases.  MC CAUSE OF CONG PNEUMONIA-? As per aiims study both extramural and intramural cause of sepsis is in the order of: Klebsiella> s.aureus>e. coli. 05/08/14 Fr. Muller Medical College, Kankanady. 4
  • EARLY ONSET LATE ONSET ONSET <72 hrs >72 hrs SOURCE Maternal Nursery Organism Gp B Strept, E. Coli Gram –ve, Staph Aureus Maternal Risk Factors Present Absent Presentation Multisystem, Pneumonia Focal, Meningitis Course Fatal Recovery 05/08/14 Fr. Muller Medical College, Kankanady. 5 Types: EOS, LOS, VLOS
  • PREDISPOSING RISK FACTORS MAJOR PROM> 24 hrs Maternal Fever >38°C (Within 15 days) Foul Smell Liquor (Chorioamnionitis) Fetal distress (pr.lab) MINOR LBW Prematurity Birth Asphyxia Maternal WBC> 15,000 Vaginal Swab +ve for GBS 05/08/14 Fr. Muller Medical College, Kankanady. 6
  • Infant born through foul smelling liquor/ 3 of risk factors/ 1 major+2 minor require treatment with Abs  with 2 risk factors= needs to be investigated 05/08/14 Fr. Muller Medical College, Kankanady. 7
  • Complaints: non specific 05/08/14 Fr. Muller Medical College, Kankanady. 8
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  • Skin Infection
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  • SSS
  • Swelling left knee
  • Umblical Sepsis
  • Seizures
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  • 05/08/14 Fr. Muller Medical College, Kankanady. 19
  • Septic Shock On Ventilator
  • CLINICAL PRESENTATION NON SPECIFIC- Lethargy, poor feeding, hypothermia/ fever, pale/ cyanosis MENINGITIS- Convulsions PNEUMONIA- Apnoea/ Resp. Distress NEC- Vomiting, Abd. Distension DIC- Bleeding PYELONEPHRITIS SHOCK Pathological JAUNDICE SCLEREMA 05/08/14 Fr. Muller Medical College, Kankanady. 21
  • DIAGNOSIS: SEPTIC SCREEN GOLDSTD INV: ??? & repeat t to be done? SEPTIC SCREEN: TC+ANC+INC/NC, +Mesr+CRP TC >20,000; <5,000 DC- Absolute Neutropenia, Band forms/Total > 20% PS- Toxic Granulations CRP >6mcg/ml. Micro ESR > 15mm LP: in eos- culture +ve, los-all & repeat lp GASTRIC ASPIRATE for polymorphs > 5/HPF Urine c/s: EOS: not indi, LOS: all 05/08/14 22
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  • TREATMENT ANTIBIOTICS- Ampi+Genta; Cefotaxim+Amikacin SUPPORTIVE Fluid & electrolytes Shock/ Hypoxia/ Acidosis Nutrition Blood (DIC) Treatment of Hyperbilirubinemia 05/08/14 Fr. Muller Medical College, Kankanady. 24
  • Duration of AB COURSE: Meningitis (with or without positive blood/CSF culture) : 21 Blood culture positive but no meningitis:14 Culture negative, sepsis screen positive and clinicalcourse consistent with sepsis: 7-10 Culture and sepsis screen negative, but clinical coursecompatible with sepsis: 5-7 Arthritis, endocarditis, osteomyelitis: 4 -6w Ventriculitis: 6wk 05/08/14 Fr. Muller Medical College, Kankanady. 25
  • NEWER MODALITIES Double volume exchange transfusion Cytokines (GM-CSF, G-CSF, γ Interferon) Immunoglobulins Fibronectin- large molecular weight glycoprotein  ↑ neutrophil & macrophage response to infection 05/08/14 Fr. Muller Medical College, Kankanady. 26
  • Summary Systemic infections in newborn is known as neonatal sepsis. Clinical symptomatology is vague and non-specific Mortality is high among LBW babies and gram negative sepsis. Combination of Cefotaxim and Amikacin found to be a better combination. 05/08/14 Fr. Muller Medical College, Kankanady. 27
  • This to this 05/08/14 Fr. Muller Medical College, Kankanady. 28
  • Thank you 05/08/14 Fr. Muller Medical College, Kankanady. 29