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VLBW = ? g
LBW = ? g
VLBW = <1500 g
LBW = <2500 g
Sx: cyanosis, tachypnea, flaring, grunting and retractions
CXR: air bronchograms with “ground glass” haze/ complete collpase/ “whiteout”

What is the Diagnosis?
Hyaline membrane disease
This disease is due to retained lung fluid
Resolves within 72 hrs
Sx: mild retraction/ flaring / grunting/ crackles, mild hypoxia
CXR: fluid in the fissure/ hazy/ hyperinflation/ prominent vascular markings
Transient Tachypnea of the Newborn

Tx with antibiotics
How do you treat meconium aspiration?
Suction below vocal cords
Entubation
100% Oxygen
Antibiotics
what does TORCH stand for?
Toxoplasmosis
Other
Rubella
CMV
Herpes Simplex

other= HIV, syphilis, varicella, parvovirus
What test are done prenatally to diagnose Down syndrome?
MSAFP
Hcg
Nuchal folds
spot test
Overlapping fingers, rockerbottom feet, hernias

What's the diagnosis?
Trisomy 18