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Inhalation with bronchodilator combination effective in reducing length of hospital stay in children with pneumonia / Rahma Annisa, Nani Nurhaeni y Dessie Wanda

By: Annisa, Rahma.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleContent type: text Media type: informàtic Carrier type: recurs en líniaSubject(s): Infants | Pneumònia | oxigenació | Inhaladors | Teràpia respiratòria | BroncodilatadorsOnline resources: Sol·licitar article a la Biblioteca In: ENFERMERÍA CLÍNICA 2018; 28(Supl 1): 23-26Summary: Abstract Objective This study aimed to examine the correlation between inhalation therapy and length of hospital stay in children under age of five with pneumonia. Method This cross-sectional study included 102 consecutive patients (secondary data) with pneumonia. The patients were divided depending on the type of therapy they received: Group I used inhalation therapy with bronchodilator β-agonist + NaCl 0,9%, Group II used inhalation therapy with bronchodilator β-agonist and anticholinergic + NaCl 0,9%, Group III used inhalation therapy with NaCl 0,9%, and Group IV used no inhalation therapy. Results The study results showed a significant correlation between the use of inhalation therapy and the length of hospital stay (p = 0.000) after being controlled age, leucocyte count, and the type of antibiotic therapy. However, there was no significant correlation between the use of inhalation therapy and the length of hospital stay in children under the age of five with pneumonia after sex and oxygen therapy being controlled. Conclusions Inhalation therapy with a combination of bronchodilator β-agonist and anticholinergic + NaCl 0.9% and with bronchodilator β-agonist + NaCl 0.9% are the two most effective treatments with which to reduce the length of hospital stay in toddlers with pneumonia.
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Paper Capses ordenades alfabéticament (Browse shelf) Exclòs de préstec Consulta en Sala. En paper: 1991-2001(2002 F4)2003-2012, 2014. 28510

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Abstract
Objective
This study aimed to examine the correlation between inhalation therapy and length of hospital stay in children under age of five with pneumonia.

Method
This cross-sectional study included 102 consecutive patients (secondary data) with pneumonia. The patients were divided depending on the type of therapy they received: Group I used inhalation therapy with bronchodilator β-agonist + NaCl 0,9%, Group II used inhalation therapy with bronchodilator β-agonist and anticholinergic + NaCl 0,9%, Group III used inhalation therapy with NaCl 0,9%, and Group IV used no inhalation therapy.

Results
The study results showed a significant correlation between the use of inhalation therapy and the length of hospital stay (p = 0.000) after being controlled age, leucocyte count, and the type of antibiotic therapy. However, there was no significant correlation between the use of inhalation therapy and the length of hospital stay in children under the age of five with pneumonia after sex and oxygen therapy being controlled.

Conclusions
Inhalation therapy with a combination of bronchodilator β-agonist and anticholinergic + NaCl 0.9% and with bronchodilator β-agonist + NaCl 0.9% are the two most effective treatments with which to reduce the length of hospital stay in toddlers with pneumonia.

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