DIAGNOSTIC VALUE PARAMETERS OF ACUTE PHASE REACTANCES OF INFECTIOUS-INFLAMMATORY PROCESS IN DIAGNOSTICS OF EARLY NEONATAL SEPSIS

  • Leonid Bezrukov Higher State Educational Institution of Ukraine "Bukovinian State Medical University"
  • Olena Koloskova Higher State Educational Institution of Ukraine "Bukovinian State Medical University"
  • Olena Vlasova Higher State Educational Institution of Ukraine "Bukovinian State Medical University"
Keywords: neonatal sepsis, C-reactive protein, interleukin-6 and 8, parameters of diagnostic value

Abstract

An advanced progress of clinical neonatology in recent years has enabled to achieve considerable success in newborn management with due respect to both medical treatment and general care, especially in the group of neonates with low body weight at birth. At the same time, neonatal sepsis in the early period still predetermine sickness and mortality of newborns.

Material and methodsClinical-paraclinical indices with detection of diagnostic value of C-reactive protein and interleukins-6 and 8 were evaluated in 100 neonates with available susceptibility factors to early neonatal infection from mother’s side and clinical signs of organ dysfunction in neonates with precautions of generalized infectious-inflammatory process at the end of their first day of life.

Results. The data obtained substantiate that low concentrations of IL-6 and IL-8 prevail, and therefore the mentioned mediators hardly can be used to verify early neonatal infection. In the majority of children C-reactive protein elevated the concentration of 10.0 mg/L which is traditionally considered to be a discriminant as to the verification of an infectious process in newborns.

ConclusionsNone of the clinical signs associated with infectious-inflammatory process in newborns in the first two days of their life enabled to verify reliably availability of systemic bacterial infection.

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Author Biographies

Leonid Bezrukov, Higher State Educational Institution of Ukraine "Bukovinian State Medical University"

Department of Pediatrics and Children Infectious Diseases

Olena Koloskova, Higher State Educational Institution of Ukraine "Bukovinian State Medical University"

Department of Pediatrics and Children Infectious Diseases

Olena Vlasova, Higher State Educational Institution of Ukraine "Bukovinian State Medical University"

Department of Pediatrics and Children Infectious Diseases

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2018-10-02
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Bezrukov, L., Koloskova, O., & Vlasova, O. (2018). DIAGNOSTIC VALUE PARAMETERS OF ACUTE PHASE REACTANCES OF INFECTIOUS-INFLAMMATORY PROCESS IN DIAGNOSTICS OF EARLY NEONATAL SEPSIS. EUREKA: Health Sciences, (5), 20-27. https://doi.org/10.21303/2504-5679.2018.00728
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Medicine and Dentistry