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Surfactant therapy Alveofact, Curosurf, Infasurg, Survanta Curosurf Dosage: Intratracheal: Initial: 2.5 mL/kg/dose (200 mg/kg/dose); may repeat 1.25 mL/kg/dose (100 mg/kg/dose); at 12-hour intervals for up to 2 additional doses; maximum total dose: 5 mL/kg. Curosurf It produces rapid improvements in lung oxygenation and compliance that may require immediate reductions in ventilator settings and FiO2.
Surfactant versus placebo treatment from Liechty EA; et al, July 1991.
Differences between the percentage of following cases in Newborn’s Department and NICU
Antibiotic usage for newborn’s 3 diseases in following department *3 diseases are Aspiration pneumonia, Respiratory distress syndrome & Congenital pneumonia. Pt.no= Patient’s number Pt.no Pt.no Pt.no Antibiotics in NICU (N=21) Antibiotics in Newborn Department (N=9) Antibiotics in Newborn department after treated from NICU (N=21) Netilmicin ( Нетилмицин ) 13 Cefotaxime (Клафоран) 8 Ceftriaxone 10 Ceftriaxone ( Роцефин ) 13 Fluconazole 2 Ciprofloxacin 8 Ciprofloxacin ( Ципробай ) 10 Amikacin 1 Fluconazole 7 Vancomycin ( Ванкомицин ) 6 Netilmicin 4 Fluconazole ( Дифлюкан ) 6 Vancomycin 2 Metronidazole (Метрогил) 5 Metronidazole 2 Ceftazidime (Фортум) 4 Ceftazidime 1 Rifampicin (Рифампицин) 3 Imipenem (Имипенем) 1 Amikacin (Амикацин) 3 Imipenem+Cilastatin (Тиенам) 1 Linezolide (Линизолед) 1
Differences between antibiotics combination in Newborn Department, Newborn Department after treated from NICU and NICU
Combine antibiotic treatment according to following diseases
According to my study results, aspiration pneumonia is one of the common cause of newborns admission in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Newborn’s department, but RDS is common among preterm newborn.
Antibiotic is one of the best treatments for aspiration pneumonia, congenital pneumonia and some cases of respiration distress syndrome.
The amount and duration of antibiotic depends on the diagnosis and severity of newborn. Most of the cases in NICU need 2 or more combine antibiotics, but in Newborn’s department could be successfully treat with 1-2 antibiotics.
Finally the general principles of neonatal care and a team approach should be applied to maximize the occurrence of good short-term and long-term outcomes.