Презентация на тему Transitional states in newborns

Презентация на тему Transitional states in newborns, предмет презентации: Медицина. Этот материал содержит 18 слайдов. Красочные слайды и илюстрации помогут Вам заинтересовать свою аудиторию. Для просмотра воспользуйтесь проигрывателем, если материал оказался полезным для Вас - поделитесь им с друзьями с помощью социальных кнопок и добавьте наш сайт презентаций ThePresentation.ru в закладки!

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Transitional states in newborns assistant prof. of Hospital Paediatrics department with course of child infectious diseases


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Fetal Scalp Blood Values during Labor *


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An uncomplicated transition from fetal to newborn status is therefore characterized by loss of fetal lung fluid, secretion of surfactant, establishment of FRC, a fall in pulmonary vascular resistance, increased systemic pressure after removal of the low-resistance placenta from the systemic circuit, closure of two shunts (the ductus arteriosus and the foramen ovale), and an increase in pulmonary artery blood flow. In most circumstances the mild degree of asphyxia associated with labor is not enough to interfere with this process.
However, the transition may be significantly altered by a variety of antepartum or intrapartum events, resulting in cardiorespiratory depression, asphyxia, or both.


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In contrast with preterm infants, healthy term neonates have basal sodium handling similar to that of adults.

Their FENa is less than 1%, although a transient increase in FENa occurs during the diuretic phase that occurs on the second and third days of life.


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Transient Cutaneous Lesions

A number of benign and transient lesions of the skin are commonly observed in a normal nursery population.
It is important for the caregiver to distinguish such ephemeral lesions from significant life-threatening diseases with cutaneous manifestations.


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HARLEQUIN COLOR CHANGE

Harlequin color change is a phenomenon observed in the immediate neonatal period and is more common in the infant with low birthweight. The dependent side of the body becomes intensely red and the upper side pales, with a sharp midline demarcation. The peak incidence of attacks in one series occurred on the second, third, and fourth days, but episodes were observed during the first 3 weeks of life.
These episodes are of no pathologic significance. They have been attributed to a temporary imbalance in the autonomic regulatory mechanism of the cutaneous vessels; there are no accompanying changes in the respiratory rate, muscle tone, or response to external stimuli.


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ERYTHEMA TOXICUM

Erythema toxicum is a benign and self-limited eruption that usually develops between 24 and 72 hours of age, but new lesions can appear until 2 to 3 weeks of age. The disorder is more common in term than in preterm infants, which suggests that it might represent an inflammatory reaction requiring mature skin.
These lesions can vary considerably in character and number; they may be firm, 1- to 3-mm, pale yellow to white papules or pustules on an erythematous base resembling flea bites, or they can be erythematous macules as large as 3 cm in diameter. Individual lesions are evanescent, often lasting only a matter of hours. They may be found on any area of the body but occur only rarely on the palms and soles. They are asymptomatic and have no related systemic involvement.
Their cause is unknown, although a variety of specific cytokines have been implicated in the pathogenesis.[ A microscopic examination of a Wright-stained or Giemsa-stained smear of the pustule contents demonstrates numerous eosinophils; Gram stains are negative for bacteria, and cultures are sterile. No treatment is necessary, because spontaneous resolution occurs in 6 days to 2 weeks.


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MILIARIA

Miliaria is an eruption resulting from eccrine sweat duct obstruction leading to sweat retention.[38] The three types of lesions are superficial thin-walled vesicles without inflammation (miliaria crystallina); small erythematous, grouped papules (miliaria rubra); and nonerythematous pustules (miliaria pustulosis or profunda).
The eruption most commonly develops in the intertriginous areas and over the face and scalp. It is exacerbated by exposure to a warm and humid environment. Miliaria sometimes can be confused with erythema toxicum; rapid resolution of the lesions when the infant is placed in a cooler environment differentiates them from pyoderma.
A Wright-stained smear of vesicular lesions demonstrates only sparse squamous cells or lymphocytes, permitting exclusion of infectious vesicular eruptions. No topical therapy is indicated.


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