Jan 1, 1975

Pre-, per-, and postoperative resuscitation in thoracic surgery in newborn infants

Annales de l'anesthésiologie française
C MercierJ Laugier

Abstract

The authors report their five year-experience in reanimation during thoracic surgery in the new-born. The report concerns 66 cases (43 atresias of the oesophagus and 23 diaphragmatic hernias). Prognosonis depends on: 1 -- A permanent temam of suitably qualified doctors ready to carry out at any time the required therapy on the infant. 2 -- Free air way (kinesitherapy, continous and prolonged suction of oesophageal atresias and bronchial suction). 3 -- Ventilation (surgery on clean lungs in atresias, diaphragmatic prosthesis and suturing of skin in hernias). Respect of these rules in diaphragmatic hernias saved 12 lives out of 23; in oesophageal atresias, 16 survived out of 16 cases classified as good cases, and the total survival rate was 73%.

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Intubation
Thoracic Surgery Specialty
Hernia
Diaphragmatic Hernia
Multiple Congenital Anomalies
Postoperative Procedures
Chest
Preoperative Procedure
Physical Therapy
Resuscitation Procedure

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