Newborn Respiratory Disorders
The most common presenting feature among newborn infants is Respiratory Distress Syndrome. The most neonatal respiratory disorders represent most admissions to intensive care units in the prompt newborn period. Newborns in respiratory trouble are assessed expeditiously and precisely; at times; neonatal respiratory misery is life-threatening and requires quick mediation. The reasons for respiratory distress syndrome in the infant are various and are due to pulmonary or nonpulmonary forms. Initial stabilisation of the neonate; through management of breathing and circulation; takes precedence over determining the cause. An exhaustive starting evaluation; including maternal and neonatal history; physical examination; and suitable utilization of symptomatic tests; is basic to diagnosing the reason for respiratory diseases.
- Track 1-1 Congenital heart disease
- Track 2-2 Transient Tachypnea of the Newborn
- Track 3-3 Birth Asphyxia
- Track 4-4 Stabilisation at Birth