Fluid balance in late preterm infants with prenatal gastrointestinal pathology -a report of two cases -

Title
Fluid balance in late preterm infants with prenatal gastrointestinal pathology -a report of two cases -
Author(s)
이혜미박병후[박병후]
Keywords
dopamine; furosemide; glucose; oxygen; Ringer lactate solution; sevoflurane; sodium chloride; steroid; suxamethonium; thiopental; abdominal distension; abdominal mass; adult; article; barium enema; bleeding; blood pressure; case report; central venous pressure; electrocardiography; end to end anastomosis; female; fetus echography; fluid balance; Foley balloon catheter; gastrointestinal obstruction; heart murmur; heart rate; hemodynamics; human; intestine atresia; male; newborn; oxygen saturation; prematurity; prenatal care; tissue adhesion; urine volume
Issue Date
201311
Citation
Korean Journal of Anesthesiology, v.65, no.5, pp.456 - 461
Abstract
Intestinal obstruction was diagnosed in two fetuses at maternal antenatal care. Both received emergency surgery on the day of their birth, at about 35 weeks gestational age. Te disease progressed for a long time in both cases because prompt diagnosis and surgery are difficult to perform in utero. As a result, severe adhesion and distorted anatomy were observed in both cases. Massive third space losses and bleeding were predicted during the surgery. However, the accurate ongoing losses were difficult to anticipate. Te assessment of fluid deficits cannot be based on measured losses alone, but hemody-namic status including blood pressure, heart rate, urine output, capillary refill, and/or central venous pressure should be evaluated additionally. ? The Korean Society of Anesthesiologists, 2013.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/28440http://dx.doi.org/10.4097/kjae.2013.65.5.456
ISSN
2005-6419
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