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Promoting Democracy in Algeria

International Consensus

This amniotic infection can occur in childbirth drawn out or due the extreme manipulation during it. After the birth the entrance doors are the digestive pipe and the respiratory ways, that can be acquired by hands contaminated during the manuscript of the RN, as well as, for objects in the environment, especially equipment of support of life, as incubadoras, breathing, sounding leads, catheters and baby’s bottles. Sepse neonatal is a type of generalized infection, being considered one of the main causes of death of just? been born in everybody. In accordance with the International Consensus of Sepse Peditrica, created in 2001, sepse is defined as a clinical syndrome characterized by an inflammatory reply sistmica in the presence or as resulted of an infection confirmed suspicion or. Sepse is classified as delayed when the infection is confirmed 72 hours of life after, in the presence of signals and characteristic clinical symptoms, being therefore, classified as precocious when the clinical picture appears in first the 3 days of life of the neonato. Habitually, bigger occurrence of sepse in the first day of life is observed, through inespecficos clinical signals, which can be respiratory discomfort, shock, instability of temperature and cianose.

In the developing countries, sepse neonatal reaches levels of up to 15,4 cases for each 1000 been born livings creature, enquanto that in the United States the incidence varies of one five for each the 1000 been born livings creature. In this last one, the Streptococcus of the B group (SGB) is the involved bacterium most common in the etiology of sepse neonatal precocious, being responsible for approximately 6000 cases per year (FERRAZ, 2006). Knowing that, sepse neonatal cause great suffering to neonato, and that when not given to the had importance the same one, it can become a threat the integrity of the health of just born, making it difficult in such a way, its adaptation to the extra-uterine life.

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