Special considerations Resuscitation of premature babies Ethics and Care at End of Life. Special considerations. Situations that may complicate resuscitation and cause ongoing problem Post-resuscitation management Resuscitation outside hospital or beyond time of birth. Difficult situations.
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Special considerationsResuscitation of premature babiesEthics and Care at End of Life
Pass small-caliber suction catheter, oral airway
Prone, nasopharyngeal airway
Diminished air entry, transillumination, X-ray, drain
Intubate, orogastric tube
Ensure adequate ventilation
(in a hospital in which babies at <32 weeks gestation are born electively)
Resuscitation efforts not to be delayed while waiting for pulse oximeter to display a strong signal
Baby should be fully resuscitated before surfactant is given
Based on your survival rates and local policy