Being thus, it is to have of the nursing to carry through the due cares for prevention of the infections, as well as, to intervine in the signals and decurrent symptoms of the infection. One searchs to establish the performance of the professional of nursing by means of the systematization of the assistance, therefore this if constitutes of great relevance for the improvement of the quality of attendance, and consequentemente in it sends to a bigger abrangncia of theoretical and practical knowledge while students to them, and also, as future professionals of the area of the health, which must deal with the patient humanizada and holistic form. 2. OBJECTIVES 2.1. General objective: To analyze the systematization of the assistance of nursing to neonatal a carrying patient of sepse.
2.2. Specific objectives: To describe the main aspects that englobam sepse neonatal. To identify to the performance of the nurse front to the treatment given to the patients with the cited pathology. To establish the disgnostic of nursing and its possible interventions. 3.
THEORETICAL REFERENCIAL Leaving of the established introduction, sepse neonatal is a clinical syndrome characterized by some sistmicas and inespecficas, decurrent manifestations of the invasion and multiplication of microorganisms in the sanguineous chain. Sepse neonatal comumente is more comumente caused by bacteria, however other microorganisms can unchain the infectious clinical picture in the neonatal period as virus, rickttsias and fungos. Although the immaturity of the imunolgico system, the RN has the capacity to recognize an infectious agent and combat through the inflammatory process, therefore, the majority of the clinical manifestations is unchained by the reply of the host to the presence of products of the etiolgicos agents, as endotoxinas bacteria, particles turns or fungcas, occurring the production of citocinas being these the responsible ones for the sistmicas alterations. 3,1 Clinical manifestations the main observed clinical manifestations in sepse neonatal are: Thermal instability – hipotermia (lesser that 36o degrees), or hipertermia (bigger that 37,5o) for two times in 24 hours.