Guía de práctica clínica sobre la bronquiolitis aguda: recomendaciones para la .. de la solución salina hipertónica al 3% en la bronquiolitis aguda del lactante . Pinto E, Flores Pérez P. Estudio sobre la eficacia y utilidad de la solución salina hipertónica al 3% en la bronquiolitis aguda del lactante hospitalizado. Palabras clave: Bronquiolitis Aguda, Virus Sincitial Respiratorio, Epidemiologia, Microbiología, Solucion Salina Hipertonica.
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Accessed May 1, Hypertonic saline nebulization for bronchiolitis. Julio – Septiembre The outcome measures used in this study were the duration of the hospital stay in days and the hours of oxygen therapy received.
No evidence that heliox inhalation therapy improves important outcomes for infants with bronchiolitis. Infez Med ;24 4: Acad Pediatr ;15 1: Effect of hypertonic saline, amiloride and cough on muciciliary clearance in patients with cystic fibrosis.
The treatment consisted of administering 3 cc of bronquiolihis solution with a standard nebulizer along with oxygen every eight hours if this was the sole treatment, and every four to six hours if it was given in combination with drugs.
Post-extubation stridor dolucion Respiratory Syncytial Virus bronchiolitis: Expert Rev Respir Med. Treatment of acute bronchiolitis. Nebulized epinephrine for young children with bronchiolitis. J Nepal Health Res Counc. Acad Emerg Med ;24 8 Can Fam Physician ; Hypertonic saline or high volume normal saline for viral bronchiolitis: Wohl ME, Chernick V.
RESULTS The total number of patients admitted with an AB diagnosis and younger than seven months during the, and seasons included in this study wasof whom Viral Bronchiolitis in Children.
Effectiveness of nebulized hypertonic saline and epinephrine in hospitalized infants with bronchiolitis. We expressed the basic data in means and standard deviations for quantitative variables, and in frequencies and percentages in the case of qualitative variables. Effectiveness of inhaled hypertonic saline in children with bronchiolitis [in Chinese]. Children were diagnosed with AB if they had a history of preceding viral upper respiratory tract infection and a clinical presentation with respiratory distress and wheezing or crackles on chest auscultation McConnochie criteria.
The potential beneficial effects of hypertonic saline solution may be due to its theoretical ability to lower the viscosity and elasticity of the mucous gel: Global burden of acute lower respiratory infections due to respiratory syncytial virus in young children: Eur Respir J ;48 5: Bronchiolitis associated hospitalizations among US children, The days of hospitalization and the hours of oxygen therapy were used as the result measurement.
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Grewal S, Klassen TP. Nebulized hypertonic saline without adjunctive bronchodilators for children with bronchiolitis.
Se estima que a causa de esta enfermedad hay, anualmente, 3. Hypertonic saline or high volume normal saline for viral bronchiolitis: Mandelberg A, Amirav I.
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N Engl J Med ; 1: Evidencebased medicine is underway to define target populations and optimal flows. AB is characterised by bronquioitis acute inflammation of the terminal bronchioles, with airway oedema and mucus plugging being the predominant pathological features, which is why any therapeutic approach that can decrease these alterations and improve secretion clearance can be beneficial 6.
We excluded from the study children with chronic respiratory problems or cardiopathies, and those children who presented with critical AB illness requiring admission to the intensive care unit. Measuring inconsistency in meta-analyses. In their studies, Luo Z, et al.
Lack of association between viral load and severity of acute bronchiolitis in infants. Hypertonic saline solutions HSS are composed of sodium chloride dissolved in distilled water. Utility of hypertonic saline in the management of acute bronchiolitis in infants: The PRISMA statement for reporting systematic reviews and meta-analyses of studies that evaluate healthcare interventions: