Review Article
Volume 11 Issue 4 - 2022
Surfactant Administration through Laryngeal Supra Glottic Airway Technique in Preterm Babies; A New Era Waiting Exploration
Saima Asghar*
Consultant Pediatrics And Neonatology, Zubaida Memorial Hospital, Pakistan
*Corresponding Author: Saima Asghar, Consultant Pediatrics And Neonatology, Zubaida Memorial Hospital, Pakistan.
Received: February 28, 2022; Published:March 30, 2022




Abstract

Respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) is common morbidity in pre term babies. Treatment involves antenatal corticosteroids, respiratory support and exogenous surfactant therapy. Surfactant therapy has undergone evolution over time. Supra-glottic air way devices (SAD) like laryngeal mask air way (LMA) is emerging a safer and better option. This review article aims to review supra glottic air way devices like LMA use to provide eminent therapy to pre term babies.

 

Keywords: Respiratory Distress Syndrome (RDS); Less Invasive Surfactant Administration (LISA); Minimal Invasive Surfactant Administration (MISA); Surfactant Administration Through Laryngeal Supra Glottic Air Way (SALSA); Supra Glottic Airway Devices (SAD); Silverman-Anderson Score (SAS)

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Citation: Saima Asghar. “Surfactant Administration through Laryngeal Supra Glottic Airway Technique in Preterm Babies; A New Era Waiting Exploration”. EC Paediatrics 11.4 (2022): 58-63.

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