Atelektazili yenidoğan bebeklerde nebülize rhDNaz tedavisi Gereç ve yöntem: Akciğerlerinde atelektazi olan 8 yenidoğan (7 prematüre) retrospektif olarak. darlığın tanı, tedavisi ve koruyucu hekimlikte yapılması gerekenler tartışıldı. ABSTRACT . atelektazi, yutma zorluğu, üst gastrointestinal kanamalar ve ölümdür. Tanı ve tedavisinde konsensüs olmamasına karşın günümüzde tedavisi sıklıkla rekürrent pnömoni, atelektazi; üriner sistem tutulumlarında obstrüksiyon.

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Clinical and radiological responses were evaluated separately.

In this study, pleural complications of hydatid cysts were presented in 76 cases. In addition, 21 cases had hydropneumothorax, 17 had pneumothorax, and 36 had pleurisy.

Atelektzzi was observed in 30 cases The most frequent symptom due to pleural rupture in patients was dyspnea 44 cases, The mean duration of hospitalization was determined to be Current treatment of atelectasis consists of certain conventional modalities. Atelectasis increases the risk of secondary pulmonary infections related with prolonged artificial ventilation.


In this study, we aimed to compare and evaluate the clinical and radiological changes in infants who received nebulized or intratracheal rhDNase for persistent atelectasis unresponsive to conventional treatment options.


Hydatid cyst disease, endemic in Eastern region of Turkey, is a significant parasitic public health problem.

Nebulized route was more successful than the intratracheal route. The delayed admission of a patient to a physician causes the disease to become more complicated and to increase the morbidity and mortality rates.

This disease can progress asymptomatically for a long time and can sometimes lead to life-threatening emergency situations, such as tension pneumothorax. Positive radiological and clinical responses ate,ektazi rhDNase and recurrence of atelectasis in the whole study group were Chest physiotherapy and tracheal aspiration was performed 1 hour after the second dose.


Both nebulized atele,tazi intratracheal rhDNase administrations are successful without any adverse reactions for the treatment of persistent atelectasis, especially in neonates with viscous secretions and pneumonia with upper lobe atelectasis.

An anthelmintic drug use history was found in three cases of ruptured pleura. The same protocol was repeated on the second day.

Therefore, it requires early and aggressive treatment in newborns cared in neonatal intensive care units NICUs. Possible parenchymal protection should be applied in surgical treatment, and anatomic resection should not be performed unless necessary.

The age distribution of the cases was between 7 and 56 years, and the mean age was Behcet Uz Children’s Hospital. However, there is still no evidence-based, ”gold standard” treatment.


Treatment of the disease is in the form of surgery. Etiologically, iatrogenic perforation was detected in four cases and thoracic trauma in nine cases six car accidents and three falls from a height.

A second dose was administered 4 hours afelektazi the initial dose. Two cases that were admitted to the emergency unit and were immediately administered a tube thoracostomy developed tension pneumothorax. Spontaneous perforation was detected in the other 60 Response to rhDNase was better in cases with upper lung lobe involvement. Atelectasis was the most frequent cause of morbidity in these patients 10 cases.

In our study, of the pulmonary hydatid cyst cases operated on between and76 cases had ruptured into the tedavii for various reasons, and the different clinicoradiological presentations were evaluated retrospectively. Twelve intubated patients received 1.