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Neuroanatomy II

NICUs and PICUs

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NICUs are defined as levels I, II, and III... which level has no ventilation and no high risk deliveries? level I
NICUs are defined as levels I, II, and III... which level has short-term ventilation and premature infants? level II
NICUs are defined as levels I, II, and III... which level has long-term ventilation, high risk deliveries, surgical patients, heart patients, and premature infants? level III
Who is in the NICU? neonatologist, RNs, RTs... apparently NOT PTs (jk)
What therapies do neonates receive? oxygen, surfactant, mechanical vent/CPAP, high frequency ventilation (HFOV), inhaled nitric oxide (INO), and extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO)
What does CPAP stand for? continuous positive airway pressure
Infant mortality rates decreased from %90 in the 30's to __- __ % in the late 90's 4-6%
What are some conditions (4) for ventilating pediatric patients? asthma, infection, trauma, medical issues
What is the average cost of ECMO/day and INO/day? ECMO/day - $5,000 INO/day - $3,000
Created by: txst spr 2009