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HEPARIN DOSE IN NEWBORN PATIENT

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Topic: HEPARIN DOSE IN NEWBORN PATIENT
Posted By: ghittid
Subject: HEPARIN DOSE IN NEWBORN PATIENT
Date Posted: Sep 22 2008 at 12:12pm

Dear collegue
i write you because is important for me to know the amount of eparin that you addition in your circuit for ematic prime and the amount of eparin that use your anestesist.
thank you very much
Davide CCP




Replies:
Posted By: Kuzima
Date Posted: Sep 29 2008 at 2:16pm
Hi.

Our anestesiologists add 500 UA/kg of Heparine before canulation (children & newborns)

In prime volume we add the same dose 500 UA/kg.

Children Cardiac Center, Ukraine.


Posted By: ijaz H
Date Posted: Oct 29 2008 at 3:07am

Dear ,

we are using 5000unit heparin in our circuit , our priming volume is 600mls. we add 200mls FFP and pack cell + ringerlacted solution in our priming volme. our anaesthiologist use 300unit / kg heparin at time of heparnization. and we follow this practise from Freeman hospital New Castle UK.

Official Yes"

Ijaz Hidayat

 Acting Chief Cardiac Perfusionist

CCP course Facilitator

The Aga Khan University Hospital

Karachi, Pakistan

 



Posted By: ann-katrin.krokstrom
Date Posted: Nov 01 2008 at 4:27am
We add 3IU of Heparin per mL primevolume for pediatric cases. The dose given by anestesiologist prebypass is 400IU/kg. We use coated oxygenators but not circuits. Rollerpump. /Ann-K



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