Inadvertent Hyperventilation During Intraoperative Care in Neonates

Status:Enrolling by invitation
Age Range:Any
Start Date:March 1, 2017
End Date:May 2019

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In order to evaluate current anesthetic practice in the care of preterm infants and neonates,
the investigators will retrospectively review surgical procedures in infants who are less
than 60 weeks post-conceptual age in which an arterial cannula was placed intraoperatively or
in situ upon arrival in the operating room. They will evaluate the mode of ventilation
(pressure or volume-controlled), tidal volume or peak inflating pressure, the level of PEEP,
inspired oxygen concentration (FiO2), and respiratory rate used during the procedure to
determine the average minute ventilation.

Inclusion Criteria:

- neonates (<60 weeks post-conceptual age) undergoing non-cardiac operative procedures
in which arterial access is generally present (exploratory laparotomy or thoracotomy)

Exclusion Criteria:
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