Oksigenoterapija u neonatologiji

Evlijana Zuli?, Gordana Radoja, Nerma Baki?


Oxygen therapy is a way of treatment by the addition of oxygen to inhaled air. In neonatology is inevitable and an emergency procedure during resuscitation and further treatment of criticle ill newborn. Oxygen therapy prevent the emergence of primary hypoxemia, and hypoxia. The task of the oxygen therapy is to achieve a partial pressure of oxygen in arterial blood (PaO2)> 8 kPa with hemoglobin oxygen saturation> 90%. Ways of applications oxygen therapy are: diffuse, HOOD, via nasal cannula, and oxygenation with positive pressure. The future requires new clinical trials, which will monitor the application of oxygen therapy and create a new strategy for the treatment of infants with acute lung injury with ischemia reperfusion changes. The aim of this study was to present the importance and the methods of application of oxygen therapy in neonatology.



oksigenoterapija, neonatologija

DOI: 10.5457/ams.v47iSup 1.412