Bubble CPAP is a non-invasive ventilation approach for newborns with infant respiration misery syndrome (IRDS). It is one of the strategies by which non-stop advantageous airway stress (CPAP) is brought to a spontaneously breathing newborn to preserve lung volumes at some point of expiration. With this technique, combined and humidified oxygen is brought via brief binasal prongs or a nasal mask and strain within the circuit is maintained via immersing the distal quit of the expiratory tubing in water. The depth to which the tubing is immersed underwater determines the strain generated in the airways of the infant. As the fuel flows via the gadget, it “bubbles” out and forestalls buildup of extra pressures.
Bubble CPAP is attractive due to its simplicity and low value. It is likewise related to a decreased occurrence of bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) compared to mechanical ventilation. Not all babies with IRDS are candidates for initial remedy with CPAP and not all those who are given CPAP may be effectively controlled with this modality.