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2014, № 12 (173)



Astasheva I.B., Kan I.G., Degtyarev D.N., Degtyareva A.V. FEATURES OF DEVELOPMENT AND COURSE OF RETINOPATHY OF PREMATURITY WITH THE USE OF NEW APPROACHES TO RESPIRATORY THERAPY ON STAGE OF NEONATAL RESUSCITATIONThe authors studied 2 groups of infants: the first group — 260 infants — received high concentrations of oxygen in the breathing mix (50 %) during resuscitation, they were on the long-term invasive mechanical ventilation. The second group — 66 children — received low concentrations of oxygen during resuscitation (not more than 45 %), there were dominated non-invasive methods of respiratory therapy (CPAP and non-invasive ventilation). It was found that in group 2, the disease is more favorable, later starts, early and often spontaneously regresses, it is characterized by a short period of the active phase of ROP, develops fewer severe ROP, which are requiring laser treatment, III stage of ROP occurs less frequently, the timing of its occurrence is later, it regresses faster, there is no aggressive posterior ROP, do not develop retinal detachment, ROP proceeds more favorably even with the wide avascular zone.Key words: retinopathy of prematurity, the incidence of retinopathy of prematurity, back aggressive retinopathy of prematurity, neonatal resuscitation.

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Author: Astasheva I.B.

Year: 2014


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