National Repository of Grey Literature 2 records found  Search took 0.01 seconds. 
Stabilisation and resuscitation of extremely preterm newborns at birth.
Lamberská, Tereza ; Plavka, Richard (advisor) ; Zoban, Petr (referee) ; Kokštein, Zdeněk (referee)
Stabilisation and resuscitation in the delivery room is an integral part of the care of extremely premature newborns. The main task is to support essential life functions and to facilitate the adaptation of the immature organism to the extrauterine life. The current recommendations are well defined for the full term and late preterm newborns, but there is a lack of targeted recommendations for the stabilisation and resuscitation of extremely premature newborns. The research part of the submitted thesis summarises the most important results of clinical research performed in 2010-2015 at the Department of Neonatology of the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, VFN and First Faculty of Medicine, Charles University in Prague. The research evaluates the efficacy and side effects of the currently recommended methods of stabilisation and resuscitation of extremely premature neonates in the delivery room and presents some new and potentially useful techniques for delivery room care. A significant output of this work is the recommendation for practice, structured according to the gestational age of extremely premature newborns. The proposed guideline is based on our results of partial clinical trials and aims to improve the current level of stabilisation and resuscitation of extremely premature newborns...
The importance of protein quantity at nutrition of extremely immature newborns
Lamberská, Tereza ; Plavka, Richard (advisor)
Thesis I chose based on their interest in neonatology and the care of extremely premature infant, I would like to take after graduation. The rapid development of neonatology in the last two decades have brought significant change in the possibilities of survival of premature infants.Improving quality of care critically ill newborns in perinatal centers have significantly reduce neonatal mortality. The main challenge for neonatology in addition maintaining a low infant mortality in particular the reduction of serious morbidity and improve long-term prognosis. Nutrition extremely preterm infants is one of the most importantfactors affecting their growth. Recent clinical studies show that quantitativecontent some nutrients, particularly protein nutrition in extremely prematureinfants, has significant effect on psychomotor development and long-termprognosis of these children. Optimal intake of nutrients for specific patients is often very difficult and is needs to be sensitively adapted to the specific condition of the newborn.

Interested in being notified about new results for this query?
Subscribe to the RSS feed.