Septic Shock In Newborns

Posted by e-Medical PPT Sunday, July 8, 2012
Systemic inflammatory response manifested by >2:
Temperature > 38 or < 36 C Heart Rate >90bpm
Respiratory Rate >20 or PaCO2 < 32 mmHg WBC > 12.000/ul, < 4000u/l or 10% immature cells Sepsis:Systemic inflammatory response to a documented infection. SIRS manifestations + at least 1 of inadequate organ perfusion manifestations : Alteration in mental state Hypoxemia (PaO2 < 72 mmHg) Elevated plasma lactate level Oliguria (<0 -="" .5="" a="" activation="" adequate="" against="" all="" along="" and="" apoptosis="" are="" as="" auto="" bacterial="" be="" become="" been="" by="" cardinal="" cell="" cells="" clearance="" clinical="" coagulopathy="" complement="" component="" consequences="" cytokines="" cytotoxicity="" damage="" defense="" described="" despite="" destructive="" develop="" direct="" div="" dual="" dysfunction="" enhances="" excesses="" extension="" failure="" first="" fluid="" function="" have="" hemodynamics="" host="" hr="" hypotension="" hypoxia="" immune="" immunosuppression="" in="" inadequate="" induced="" induction="" infecting="" infection="" inflammatory="" is="" key="" kg="" macrophages="" manifestation="" manifestations="" may="" mediators="" microorganisms="" ml="" monocytes="" multiorgan="" multiple="" neonatal="" neutrophils="" nitric="" no="" normal="" not="" occurs="" of="" or="" organ="" oxide="" pathogenesis="" pathophysiologic="" patient="" perfusion="" permits="" players="" presence="" process="" proinflammatory="" response="" resulting="" resuscitation="" role:="" sepsis.="" sepsis="" septic="" severe="" shock="" sign="" studied="" style="display: block; float: left; margin: 0px 0px 15px 122px;" subset="" syndrome.="" syndrome="" system="" systematically="" that="" the="" tissue="" to="" toxic="" via="" wall="" with="">Septic Shock In Newborns ppt
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