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1 Typical post-term meconium-stained infant receiving conventional mechanical ventilationA typical post-term, meconium-stained infant receiving conventional ventilation for MAS complicated by right-sided peumothorax and requiring chest tube decompression and drainage.mechanical ventilation; chest tube decompressionHarris Pediatric Image Collection
2 Post-term MAS infantPost-term Meconium Aspiration Syndrome (MAS) infant with barrel chest and in need for oxygen; shows signs of postmaturity (peeling skin) and air-trapping (increased anterior-posterior diameter).Air Trapping; Anterior-Posterior Chest Diameter; Barrel ChestHarris Pediatric Image Collection
3 Suctioning of the perineum in a case of birth through meconium-stained amniotic fluidSuctioning of the perineum in a case of birth through meconium-stained amniotic fluid; the nose is the first to appear.perineum suctioningHarris Pediatric Image Collection
4 Aspiration of particulate matter (meconium) producing ball-valve mechanism and air-trapping with subsequent air leak complicationAspiration of particulate matter (meconium) producing ball-valve mechanism and air-trapping with subsequent air leak complication. If bronchus is only partially occluded during inspiration (A) when airways are dilated due to low intrathoracic pressure (represented by black arrows), gas may enter but...Ball-Valve Mechanism; Air Trapping; Intrathoracic PressureHarris Pediatric Image Collection
5 Anterior-posterior chest X-ray of same MAS infantAnterior-posterior chest X-ray of same Meconium Aspiration Syndrome (MAS) baby now on conventional mechanilcal ventilation - note worsening air-trapping.Air Trapping; Anterior-Posterior Chest DiameterHarris Pediatric Image Collection
6 Meconium debris and inflammatory cells in occluded terminal bronchioleMeconium debris and inflammatory cells in occluded terminal bronchiole in case of lethal prenatal aspiration of meconium-stained amniotic fluid.Inflammatory Cells; Prenatal AspirationHarris Pediatric Image Collection
7 Meconium aspiratorMeconium aspirator attaches to standard 15mm ET tube adaptor at one end (A) and wall suction line on the other (B).Meconium AspiratorHarris Pediatric Image Collection
8 Meconium-stained mucus in DeLee TrapMeconium-stained mucus in DeLee Trap.DeLee TrapHarris Pediatric Image Collection
9 Anterior-posterior chest X-ray of meconium-stained severely asphyxiated infantAnterior-posterior X-ray of meconium-stained severely asphyxiated infant with Type II Meconium Aspiration Syndrome (MAS) and shock lung (ARDS).Anterior-Posterior Chest Diameter; Type II MAS; Shock LungHarris Pediatric Image Collection
10 Anterior-posterior X-ray taken shortly after birth of infant with Type II MASAnterior-posterior chest X-ray taken shortly after birth of baby with Type II Meconium Aspiration Syndrome (MAS).Anterior-Posterior Chest Diameter; Air Trapping; Type II MASHarris Pediatric Image Collection
11 Further suctioning of MAS infant before first breath takenFurther suctioning of Meconium Aspiration Syndrome (MAS) infant before baby takes his/her first breath.Mouth SuctioningHarris Pediatric Image Collection
12 Wet hepatisized lung at autopsyWet hepatisized lung at autopsy of infant dying of Type II Meconium Aspiration Syndrome (MAS).Type II MASHarris Pediatric Image Collection
13 Chest X-ray of (MAS) infant with severe Type I Meconium Aspiration Syndrome prior to respiratory failureChest X-ray of baby with severe Type I Meconium Aspiration Syndrome (MAS) just prior to respiratory failure (RF) requiring mechanical ventilation - noting patchy infiltrates or areas of atelectasis scattered throughout markedly over-expanded lungs (predominantly on the right) due to air-trapping.Air Trapping; Respiratory Failure; InfiltratesHarris Pediatric Image Collection
14 Manual ventilation during successful delivery room resuscitationManual ventilation during successful delivery room resuscitation of a meconium-stained, initially depressed, postmature newborn infant male.manual ventilationHarris Pediatric Image Collection
15 Increased AP-diameter of chest in MAS infant due to air-trappingIncreased AP-diameter of chest in infant with Meconium Aspiration Syndrome (MAS) due to air-trapping.Air Trapping; Anterior-Posterior Chest DiameterHarris Pediatric Image Collection
16 Suctioning of the mouth in MAS infant before delivery of the bodySuctioning of the mouth of infant with Meconium Aspiration Syndome (MAS) before delivery of the body.Mouth SuctioningHarris Pediatric Image Collection
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