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RT 256 Idiopathic (Infant) Respiratory Distress Syndrome
IRDS Also Called:Pathophysiology neonatal respiratory distress syndrome respiratory distress syndrome of newborn hyaline membrane disease Surfactant deficiency or abnormality Pulmonary hypoperfusion due to hypoxia PPHN
Etiology Predisposed in: Cesarean birth Diabetic mother Maternal bleeding Premature birth Prenatal asphyxia Prolonged labor or Rapid labor Second-born twin or sibling with IRDS caucasian males
Presentation Clinical signs of respiratory distress ABG’s show hypoxemia, hypercapnia and respiratory acidosis Symptoms within the first 8 hours of life Peak usually by third day “ground glass” appearance of the CXR
Management Antenatal glucocorticoids (steroids) Surfactant replacement therapy Empiric antibiotic therapy Thermoregulation Avoid hypoxemia and acidosis PaO 2 50-70mmHg Optimize fluid management Reduce metabolic demands Minimize lung injury CPAP Vt 4-5ml/kg PEEP
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