By Bradley S. Marino MD MPP MSCE, Katie S. Fine MD
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Laboratory Evaluation Seemingly unaffected infants who are at increased risk (suspected chorioamnionitis, maternal fever/leukocytosis, inadequate intrapartum prophylaxis, prolonged rupture of membranes) and afebrile infants with subtle/transient signs of possible early sepsis should have a complete blood count and blood culture drawn. Various algorithms exist regarding the use of the white blood cell count, differential, and serial C-reactive protein levels to guide “watchful waiting” versus 48 hours of antibiotic therapy until culture results are known.
Thus, the infant can generate sufficient inhalation with lower intrathoracic pressures. Conversely, surfactant deficiency results in poor compliance, leading to progressive atelectasis, intrapulmonary shunting, hypoxemia, and cyanosis. Since fetal lung maturity is generally attained by 34 weeks’ gestation, RDS is considered a disease of prematurity, and the incidence increases with decreasing gestational age. However, RDS does occur uncommonly in term and near-term infants, either through incorrect dating of the pregnancy or delayed cell maturation/ surfactant production.
This is generally all that is needed. Rarely, intubation and mechanical ventilation may be necessary for a short time. NEONATAL PNEUMONIA Pneumonia is the most common neonatal infection. Pathogens may include many of those detailed in Table 2-3; however, the most common agents are bacterial (group B Streptococcus; Escherichia coli; Klebsiella species). Initial signs are generally those of respiratory distress; indeed, the clinical and radiographic presentation of pneumonia may be indistinguishable from MAS, RDS, and TTN.