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Neonatal resuscitation: Current issues.

Chadha IA - Indian J Anaesth (2010)

Bottom Line: The following guidelines are intended for practitioners responsible for resuscitating neonates.They apply primarily to neonates undergoing transition from intrauterine to extrauterine life.Important changes with regard to the old guidelines and recommendations for daily practice are provided.

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Affiliation: Department of Anaesthesiology, B J Medical College, Ahmedabad - 38 0016, India.

ABSTRACT
The following guidelines are intended for practitioners responsible for resuscitating neonates. They apply primarily to neonates undergoing transition from intrauterine to extrauterine life. The updated guidelines on Neonatal Resuscitation have assimilated the latest evidence in neonatal resuscitation. Important changes with regard to the old guidelines and recommendations for daily practice are provided. Current controversial issues concerning neonatal resuscitation are reviewed and argued in the context of the ILCOR 2005 consensus.

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Neonatal flow algorithm (Neonatal Resuscitation Guidelines, Circulation, 2005)
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Figure 0001: Neonatal flow algorithm (Neonatal Resuscitation Guidelines, Circulation, 2005)

Mentions: The decision to progress from one category to the next is determined by the simultaneous assessment of three vital signs: respiration, heart rate and colour. Approximately 30 seconds is allotted to complete each step, re-evaluate and decide whether to progress to the next step[1–4] [Figure 1].


Neonatal resuscitation: Current issues.

Chadha IA - Indian J Anaesth (2010)

Neonatal flow algorithm (Neonatal Resuscitation Guidelines, Circulation, 2005)
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Figure 0001: Neonatal flow algorithm (Neonatal Resuscitation Guidelines, Circulation, 2005)
Mentions: The decision to progress from one category to the next is determined by the simultaneous assessment of three vital signs: respiration, heart rate and colour. Approximately 30 seconds is allotted to complete each step, re-evaluate and decide whether to progress to the next step[1–4] [Figure 1].

Bottom Line: The following guidelines are intended for practitioners responsible for resuscitating neonates.They apply primarily to neonates undergoing transition from intrauterine to extrauterine life.Important changes with regard to the old guidelines and recommendations for daily practice are provided.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Anaesthesiology, B J Medical College, Ahmedabad - 38 0016, India.

ABSTRACT
The following guidelines are intended for practitioners responsible for resuscitating neonates. They apply primarily to neonates undergoing transition from intrauterine to extrauterine life. The updated guidelines on Neonatal Resuscitation have assimilated the latest evidence in neonatal resuscitation. Important changes with regard to the old guidelines and recommendations for daily practice are provided. Current controversial issues concerning neonatal resuscitation are reviewed and argued in the context of the ILCOR 2005 consensus.

No MeSH data available.