Critical Care Neonatal and Pediatrics Center
Neonatal bacterial infection is a relatively common type of infection due to the immature immune function development and poor resistance of newborn. The infection routes include mucous membrane of skin, the umbilical cord stump, the respiratory tract, the digestive tract, etc. which causing bacterial invasion. The symptoms of neonatal infection include fever, cough, shortness of breath, wheezing, dyspnea, vomiting, and diarrhea.
WESAIL Critical Care Neonatal and Pediatrics Center Solution
Due to the difficulty of venous blood collection in infants and children, WESAIL provides peripheral blood PCT detection for Critical Care Neonatal and Pediatrics Centers. The blood collection volume is 30 μL and the detection time is 5 minutes. Peripheral blood PCT can be used in assisting rapid and accurate diagnosis in the degree of infection and provides references for antibiotic use. It also reduces the difficulty of blood collection, relieves children's pain and assists doctors in rapid diagnosis.