Case studies in Neonatal CPR via AHI 2005 Guidelines. By Elizabeth Kelley Buzbee AAS, RRT-NPS, RCP Kingwood College Respiratory Care Department Kingwood College Kingwood, Texas. Question: Case # 1. Your baby is 20 week gestation by dates and by exam. His weight is 350 grams
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By Elizabeth Kelley Buzbee AAS, RRT-NPS, RCP
Kingwood College Respiratory Care Department
You are blowing 02 to her face at 5 lpm.
Her HR is 125 bpm
Her RR is 75 bpm with retractions
Her lips are pink after a minute on 02 blow-by
Your patient is a 27-week gestation, infant who is about 1500 grams
What else do you need to know about this infant?
Dry her off, establish an airway and mask bag at 40-60 bpm
Reassess in 30 seconds
You are bagging at 30 bpm, the chest is rising & The nurse is doing chest compressions at 90 bpm
and his Sp02 rises from 88% to 91%
What has happened?