Pain and Sedation. The Egyptian Consensus on the Management of Neonatal Respiratory Distress Syndrome 2017

NEONATAL CARE NETWORK 2017 (NCN

Recommendations

1. The routine use of morphine infusions in ventilated preterm infants is not recommended (C2).

2. Opioids should be used selectively, when indicated by clinical judgement and evaluation of pain indicators (D1).

3. Sucrose analgesia and other non-pharmacological methods may be employed to reduce procedural pain.

  • Qual­i­ty of evi­dence

   – High qual­i­ty A

   – Mod­er­ate qual­i­ty B

   – Low qual­i­ty C

   – Very low qual­i­ty D

MODIFIED FROM:

Euro­pean Con­sen­sus Guide­lines on the Man­age­ment of Res­pi­ra­to­ry Dis­tress Syn­drome – 2016 Update

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  • Prof Abdel Rah­man El Mashad (Tan­ta univ)
  • Prof Afaf Kor­raa (Azhar univ)
  • Prof El Sayed Kha­laf (Port fouad hosp, min­istry of health)
  • Prof Iman Eskan­der (Cairo univ)
  • Prof Hes­ham Abdel Hady (Man­soura univ)
  • Prof Hes­ham Ghaz­al (Alexan­dria univ)
  • Prof Mag­da Badawy (Cairo univ)
  • Prof Madi­ha Abdal­la (Minia univ)
  • Prof Magdy Kamel (Minia univ)
  • Prof M Abdel Aaal El Bagy (Sohag univ)
  • Prof Morad El Alfy (Al Galaa mil­i­tary cen­ter)
  • Prof Nahed Fah­my (Cairo univ)
  • Prof Nay­era Ismaeil (Ain Shams univ)
  • Prof Raguia Atwa (Ain Shams univ)
  • Prof Safaa Shafeek (Ain Shams univ)
  • Prof Sozan Gad (Suez canal univ)
  • Prof Osama Hus­sein (Port said neona­tol­ogy soci­ety)
  • Prof Osama Kasem (Al Galaa mil­i­tary cen­ter)
  • Prof Yehia Mah­moud Basha (Daman­hour teach­ing hosp)
  • Prof Zahraa Ezz El Deen (Cairo univ)