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Curative effect on three non-invasive modes of mechanical ventilation in treatment of neonatal respiratory distress syndrome
Pages: 734-736
Year: Issue:  5
Journal: The Journal of Practical Medicine

Keyword:  Mechanical ventilationRespiratory distress syndromeTreatmentNeonate;
Abstract: Objective To investigate the curative effect on non-invasive CPAP and SIMV and BiPAP mechanical ventilation in treatment of NRDS. Methods A retrospective study was initiated on clinical data of 162 neonates, who were hospitalized from March 2010 to March 2014 in Jiangmen Central Hospital and underwent the above three modes of non-invasive mechanical ventilation treatment. All cases met the setting standard, and their curative effects were contrasted. Results 53 cases were treated by non-invasive CPAP, 60 cases were operated by non-invasive SIMV, 49 cases were done by non-invasive BiPAP. Among the three groups, the comparison on sex ratio,gestational age of birth and birth weight showed no difference (P > 0.05). The number of effective cases in three groups was 38, 53 and 44 respectively, and the number of invalid cases was 15, 7 and 5 respectively. Among three groups, the curative effect was significant (P > 0.05), curative effect of non-invasive SIMV group showed no difference (P > 0.05) compared with that of non-invasive BiPAP group, curative effect of non-invasive SIMV group and non-invasive BiPAP group was better than that of non-invasive CPAP group (P > 0.05). Conclusion Curative effects of non-invasive SIMV and non-invasive BiPAP for NRDS showed no difference. However, their curative effect is better than that of non-invasive CPAP, which indicates that they can be better choices.
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