Autores: Maisa Santos Valderramas Talon1, Emmanuela Bortoletto Santos dos Reis1, Daniella Caroline Vargas Luzia1, Raissa Travagini Ferreira1, Elis Cristina Cunha Marques Dias1
1Santa Casa de Misericordia de Cuiabá – Cuiabá (MT), Brasil
Objective: To describe the epidemiologic profile of hospitalized newborn in Units of Neonatal Intensive Therapy (UTIN) of 2016.
Methods: It is a longitudinal and retrospective study with foundation in documental sources through the System MV® of electronic chart and databank System EPIMED® of all the new-born admitted in the UTIN in the year of 2016.
Results: From the 88 hospitalized newborn, 64% are male, the majority being term. Around 60% were born cesarean and 51% with birth weight higher than 2500g. Apgar less than or equal to 7 in the first minute occurred in 67,8% and in the fifth in 30%. The average age of the genitor was 23,4 years old and 70,3% did the prenatal with 06 or more appointments. The internments by surgical pathologies were prevalent (51,2%), predominating the bad formations of the gastrointestinal tract, such as gastroschisis (28,8%) and anal imperforation (17,3%). The death rate was 45% with severity score SNAP-PE II varying from 0 to 57 points in which the mortality was higher in smaller than 1500g (92,3%) with average 27 points, while bigger than 1500g the average was 12 points and death 37,3%. The average duration of the internments was 30 days, with occupation rate of 80,7%.
Conclusion: Term newborn, male, with adequate birth weight, without severe hypoxemia to birth and surgical pathologies were the most frequent. The deaths were more prevalent when pointing in score SNAP-PE II was higher and the birth weight lower.