Internações Hospitalares de Neonatos com Síndrome do Desconforto Respiratório e sua Participação nas Internações Hospitalares Neonatais no Âmbito do Sistema Único de Saúde em 2015
Keywords:neonatal respiratory distress syndrome, Hospitalization SUS authorization, hospital costs, neonatal intensive care unit.
AbstractThe treatment of neonatal respiratory disorders requiring hospitalization in NICU with specialized and experienced teams, as well as investments in technological resources. Currently, these resources are not distributed equally between the regions since the decision on the treatment is likely to cost. This study provides data hospitalizations of infants with RDS in relation to neonatal admissions in Brazil in 2015, reflecting the status, limitations, and the iniquity of neonatal intensive care in Brazilian regions, thereby providing, the basis for longitudinal comparisons. Bases used in the development of the study were hospital expenses hospitalization, days of general stay, intensive care units and deaths. The information was extracted from the DATASUS Information System database and built from the Hospitalization Authorizations (AIH's) and the National Register of Health Facilities (CNES), for lifting the ICU's Neonatal. The study suggests that hospital costs in the treatment of neonates with RDS are high due to the neonatal intensive care, which, although considered expensive, provide high health returns for the amount of resources it consumes. Geographic variability influences directly on the expenses and care, since there is less access to these services as a result of the distribution and differentiated complexity NICU's beds among Brazilian regions. Google Tradutor para empresas:Google Toolkit de tradução para appsTradutor de sitesGlobal Market Finder
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