Nieinwazyjne wspomaganie oddychania u noworodków z zastosowaniem kaniul nosowych z wysokim przepływem gazów

Noninvasive ventilation in newborns with the use high-flow nasal cannulas

Tomasz Szczapa

Klinika Neonatologii Uniwersytetu Medycznego w Poznaniu

Tomasz Szczapa
Klinka Neonatologii
Uniwersytet Medyczny w Poznaniu
ul. Polna 33, 60-535 Poznań

Wpłynęło: 12.03.2019
Zaakceptowano: 08.04.2019
Opublikowano on-line: 16.04.2019

Cytowanie / Citation

Szczapa T. Nieinwazyjne wspomaganie oddychania u noworodków z zastosowaniem kaniul nosowych
z wysokim przepływem gazów.
Postępy Neonatologii 2019;25(1):33–36
doi: 10.31350/postepyneonatologii/2019/1/PN2019010

Wersja elektroniczna / Article ePDF

Streszczenie:
W artykule przedstawiono mechanizmy i praktyczne aspekty nieinwazyjnego wspomagania oddychania noworodków z wykorzystaniem kaniul nosowych z wysokim przepływem gazów. Omówiono zastosowania kliniczne oraz zasady prowadzenia terapii.

Słowa kluczowe: nieinwazyjne wspomaganie oddechu, terapia wysokoprzepływowa, kaniule nosowe z wysokim przepływem gazu

Abstract:
The article is a review of mechanisms of action and practical aspects of high-flow nasal cannula application in newborns. Clinical indications and device settings were presented.

Key words: non-invasive ventilatory support, high-flow therapy, high-flow nasal cannula

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Potential conflicts of interest: no conflicts.

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