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What is another term for respiratory distress syndrome?
Hyaline membrane disease
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If the production of surfactant by type II alveolar cells (septal cells) is inadequate, which of these changes is expected? a. increased inspiratory effort b. alveolar collapse c. respiratory distress syndrome d. All of these changes can be expected if the production of surfactant is inadequate.
d. All of these changes can be expected if the production of surfactant is inadequate.
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Effect on compliance when the collapsing force of the lungs increases, as in respiratory distress syndrome
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A nurse in the newborn nursery is monitoring a preterm newborn infant for respiratory distress syndrome. Which assessment signs if noted in the newborn infant would alert the nurse to the possibility of this syndrome? 1. Hypotension and Bradycardia 2. Tachypnea and retractions 3. Acrocyanosis and grunting 4. The presence of a barrel chest with grunting
2. Tachypnea and retractions – The infant with respiratory distress syndrome may present with signs of cyanosis, tachypnea or apnea, nasal flaring, chest wall retractions, or audible grunts.
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Male newborn delivered at 28 weeks, neonatal respiratory distress syndrome, ABG shows decreased pH, decreased Po2 increased PCO2. A deficiency in which of the following most likely caused the disorder? A. Diacylglycerol B. Dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine C. Phosphatidylserine D. Sphingomyelin E. Surfactant protein D
B. Dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine Most important lecithin in pulmonary surfactant! so deficiency in it would lead to neonatal respiratory distress syndrome with ground glass appearance of lung fields
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A premature infant with respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) receives artificial surfactant. How does the nurse explain surfactant therapy to the parents? a.”Surfactant improves the ability of your baby’s lungs to exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide.” b.”The drug keeps your baby from requiring too much sedation.” c.”Surfactant is used to reduce episodes of periodic apnea.” d.”Your baby needs this medication to fight a possible respiratory tract infection.”
ANS: A Surfactant can be administered as an adjunct to oxygen and ventilation therapy. With the administration of an artificial surfactant, respiratory compliance is improved until the infant can generate enough surfactant on his or her own. Surfactant has no bearing on the sedation needs of the infant. Surfactant is used to improve respiratory compliance, including the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide. The goal of surfactant therapy in an infant with RDS is to stimulate the production of surfactant in the type 2 cells of the alveoli. The clinical presentation of RDS and neonatal pneumonia may be similar. The infant may be started on broad-spectrum antibiotics to treat infection.
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Among the following the most frequent manifestation of CF in the neonatal period is A. Electrolyte abnormalities B. Meconium ileus C. Prolonged jaundice D. Rectal prolapse E. Respiratory distress syndrome
B. Meconium ileus All are manifestation but meconium ileus is most common neonate. Nasal polyps in 15-50% of CF patients.
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The condition resulting from inadequate production of surfactant and the resultant collapse of alveoli is ANSWER: anoxia. pulmonary embolism. COPD. pneumothorax. respiratory distress syndrome.
Respiratory Distress Syndrome (RDS) (*surfactant*)
-Is a disease related to immaturity of lung tissue -A complex disorder *manifested by signs of respiratory distress* -Self limiting disease with resp. symptoms abating after *72 hrs*, coincides w/ production of surfactant (Prenatal diagnosis-remember L/S ratio?)
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Five-hour-old infant, premature at 30 weeks, spontaneous birth,is transferred to general hospital for treatment in the neonatal intensive care unit. Final diagnosis: male newborn,suspected respiratory distress syndrome due to prematurity. Report codes ___ for the general hospital inpatient stay.
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