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87 terms
Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care
Define ROP:
What is the effect of High FiO2 on the…
How to prevent ROP?
Define Transient Tachypnea of Newborn…
-Formerly known as retrolental fibroplasia... -Linked to hyperxi…
Increased FiO2 the eyes start growing rapidly and then stop g…
Do not give O2 to premature infants!
A benign disease of near-term, term, or post-term infants, ma…
Define ROP:
-Formerly known as retrolental fibroplasia... -Linked to hyperxi…
What is the effect of High FiO2 on the…
Increased FiO2 the eyes start growing rapidly and then stop g…
73 terms
Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care
List the lung parenchymal disorders of…
What is another name for RDS?
Discuss the relationship between age a…
Discuss the major factors in the patho…
a. Respiratory distress syndrome (RDS)... b. Transient tachypnea…
hyaline membrane disease
a. It's a disease of prematurity... b. The incidence increases w…
a. Surfactant deficiency (quality)... b. Decreased alveolar surf…
List the lung parenchymal disorders of…
a. Respiratory distress syndrome (RDS)... b. Transient tachypnea…
What is another name for RDS?
hyaline membrane disease
38 terms
Neonatal & Pediatric Respiratory Care
Define Respiratory Distress Syndrome (…
What is the incidence rate for RDS?
What are the risks of RDS?
What is percentile of premature infant…
An acute disease of the newborn, characterized by atelectasis…
-Affects approx. 1% of infants/yr in US... -leading cause of dea…
-Prematurity... -Maternal diabetes... -Multiple births... -C section... -…
60-30% of infants 28-32 gestation
Define Respiratory Distress Syndrome (…
An acute disease of the newborn, characterized by atelectasis…
What is the incidence rate for RDS?
-Affects approx. 1% of infants/yr in US... -leading cause of dea…
73 terms
Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care
List the lung parenchymal disorders of…
What is another name for RDS?
Discuss the relationship between age a…
Discuss the major factors in the patho…
a. Respiratory distress syndrome (RDS)... b. Transient tachypnea…
hyaline membrane disease
a. It's a disease of prematurity... b. The incidence increases w…
a. Surfactant deficiency (quality)... b. Decreased alveolar surf…
List the lung parenchymal disorders of…
a. Respiratory distress syndrome (RDS)... b. Transient tachypnea…
What is another name for RDS?
hyaline membrane disease
22 terms
Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care 3320
What is the goal of O2 therapy in infa…
What is an example of a written care p…
What is the risk of exposure to supple…
What is the technique for adjusting ox…
To provide adequate oxygenation
Titrate FiO2 to maintain SpO2 between 88-92% notifying the do…
Retinopathy of prematurity(ROP)
Small increments to avoid large swings in SpO2 levels
What is the goal of O2 therapy in infa…
To provide adequate oxygenation
What is an example of a written care p…
Titrate FiO2 to maintain SpO2 between 88-92% notifying the do…
43 terms
NEONATAL AND PEDIATRIC RESPIRATORY CARE MECHANICAL VENTILATION 3320
What dictates how much pressure is nee…
How is the respiratory time constant(T…
What is the time constant for a preter…
What is the resistance for a child wit…
Compliance and resistance
ComplianceXResistance(CXRaw)
Short time constant
High
What dictates how much pressure is nee…
Compliance and resistance
How is the respiratory time constant(T…
ComplianceXResistance(CXRaw)
275 terms
Neonatal/Pediatric Resp. Care
What is the total gestation time from…
The first period is 12-14 days and con…
What is the fetal development called i…
The second period time period is?
38-42 weeks
fertilization to implantation
fertilized ovum
implantation to end of first 10 weeks
What is the total gestation time from…
38-42 weeks
The first period is 12-14 days and con…
fertilization to implantation
206 terms
Ch. 48 - EGAN'S - Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care
what is the first step toward acquirin…
what does the assessment of the newbor…
what all affects the health of the fet…
what conditions can result in an adver…
thorough understanding of how the resp system develops in the…
the mother; condition/status of the fetus
maternal health, physiology, behaviors; pregnancy complications
interference w/ placental blood flow or transfer of O2
what is the first step toward acquirin…
thorough understanding of how the resp system develops in the…
what does the assessment of the newbor…
the mother; condition/status of the fetus
13 terms
Neonatal/Pediatric Respiratory Care Specialist Self-Assessment Practice Examination
A 6-month-old infant is being resuscit…
Which of the following drugs should be…
A neonate is receiving an FIO2 of 1.0…
A full-term neonate with tachypnea and…
A. See explanation B.... B. As a clinical guide, the endotrache…
A. Although pancuronium bromide provides respiratory paralysi…
A. An intracardiac shunt is fixed. PaO2 in the right radial a…
A. A 15% pneumothorax does not necessarily require treatment…
A 6-month-old infant is being resuscit…
A. See explanation B.... B. As a clinical guide, the endotrache…
Which of the following drugs should be…
A. Although pancuronium bromide provides respiratory paralysi…
12 terms
Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Disorders
Intraventricular Hemorrhage (IVH)
Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP)
Apnea of Prematurity
Transient Tachypnea of Newborn (TTN)
Definition -- intracranial bleeding... Etiology -- impaired auto…
Definition -- retinal dysfunction... Etiology -- too much oxygen…
Definition -- disorder of preterm infants characterized by fr…
Definition -- periodic increase in RR that is commonly observ…
Intraventricular Hemorrhage (IVH)
Definition -- intracranial bleeding... Etiology -- impaired auto…
Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP)
Definition -- retinal dysfunction... Etiology -- too much oxygen…
Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Disorders
Intraventricular Hemorrhage (IVH)
Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP)
Apnea of Prematurity
Transient Tachypnea of Newborn (TTN)
Definition -- intracranial bleeding... Etiology -- impaired auto…
Definition -- retinal dysfunction... Etiology -- too much oxygen…
Definition -- disorder of preterm infants characterized by fr…
Definition -- periodic increase in RR that is commonly observ…
Intraventricular Hemorrhage (IVH)
Definition -- intracranial bleeding... Etiology -- impaired auto…
Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP)
Definition -- retinal dysfunction... Etiology -- too much oxygen…
53 terms
Pediatric/Neonatal Care
baby carriage
baby clothes
baby powder
baby walker
carriola, carrito, cochecito
ropa de bebé
talco para el bebé
caminador para niños
baby carriage
carriola, carrito, cochecito
baby clothes
ropa de bebé
14 terms
Neonatal & Pediatric Resp Care
Define PFT
Define Spirometry
Define Pulmonary Mechanics
List the measurable forces that affect…
objective measurement of the respiratory system under various…
represents flow-volume or volume-time measurements of basic l…
the interaction of forces and physical principles that determ…
elasticity of the lung and chest wall, resistance to flow thr…
Define PFT
objective measurement of the respiratory system under various…
Define Spirometry
represents flow-volume or volume-time measurements of basic l…
48 terms
Pharmacology Neonates & Pediatric Care
Under 36 weeks
first month of postnatal life
1-12 months
1-3
Premature neonate is considered how many weeks?
Neonate is considered what ages?
infant is considered how old?
toddler is considered how old?
Under 36 weeks
Premature neonate is considered how many weeks?
first month of postnatal life
Neonate is considered what ages?
76 terms
Neonatal/Ped Respiratory Care
RDS
2:1
Lecithin
Give surfactant.
Preterm births are at high risk for developing ___.
Normal range for L:S ratio is ___.
____ is the most plentiful phosolipid found in surfactant.
Babies with L:S ratios <2:1 are at high risk of developing RD…
RDS
Preterm births are at high risk for developing ___.
2:1
Normal range for L:S ratio is ___.
35 terms
pediatric/Neonatal care P. 2
baby carriage
baby powder
baby walker
babysitter
carriola... choche
talco para el bebe
caminador para el bebe
niñera
baby carriage
carriola... choche
baby powder
talco para el bebe
Neonatal Complications of Respiratory care
Retinopathy of Prematurity is also kno…
What is the pathophysiology of ROP
What is the diagnosis of ROP
What is the treatment for ROP
AKA: retrolental fibroplasia RFL
High FIO2 > 60% over an extended amount of time > 24 hours th…
Opthalmologic exam of the internal eye
Maintain PaO2 levels in a safe range of 50-70 torr or saturat…
Retinopathy of Prematurity is also kno…
AKA: retrolental fibroplasia RFL
What is the pathophysiology of ROP
High FIO2 > 60% over an extended amount of time > 24 hours th…
43 terms
Respiratory 4 - neonates/pediatrics
Biggest difference between fetal and a…
O2 dissociation curve of HbF is __ and…
The narrower range of PO2 of fetal Hb…
Lung development begins at ___ and ori…
- HbF has a higher affinity for O2 (i.e. bind more O2 at lowe…
left-shifted and steeper/more vertical
even a small drop in mother's partial pressure (e.g. smoking)…
4 weeks; originates from the endoderm (FOREGUT)
Biggest difference between fetal and a…
- HbF has a higher affinity for O2 (i.e. bind more O2 at lowe…
O2 dissociation curve of HbF is __ and…
left-shifted and steeper/more vertical
87 terms
Neonatal and pediatric RT home care
Lecithin.
2:1
Greater than 42 weeks.
7-10.
What is the most plentiful phospholipid found in surfactant ?
What is normal LS ratio for an infant ?
Post term birth greater than how many weeks are at high risk…
What is the range for a normal apgar score ?
Lecithin.
What is the most plentiful phospholipid found in surfactant ?
2:1
What is normal LS ratio for an infant ?
31 terms
Respiratory care procedures: neonates
What causes RDS in newborns
List some indications for airway clear…
Indications for airway clearance where…
List some contraindications for airway…
Lack of mature surfactant
Atelectasis... RDS... BPD... Intubation... Ineffective cough... Pain... Paralys…
Cystic fibrosis... Pneumonia... Asthma... Broncholitis... Bronchectasis... A…
Pulmonary hemorrhage ... Hypoxemia during treatment... Feelings wit…
What causes RDS in newborns
Lack of mature surfactant
List some indications for airway clear…
Atelectasis... RDS... BPD... Intubation... Ineffective cough... Pain... Paralys…
10 terms
Chapter 31 Neonatal and Pediatric Care
Premature baby
Newborns(neonates)
Infants
Toddlers
born before completion of 37 weeks gestation
full-term babies from birth until 1 month of age
Babies from 1 month ro 1 year of age
Children from 1 to 3 years of age
Premature baby
born before completion of 37 weeks gestation
Newborns(neonates)
full-term babies from birth until 1 month of age
52 terms
Block 8 - Neonatal/Pediatric Care
high risk infant
polyhydramnios
olygohydramnios
L:S ratio
infant who is at greater risk for death, either before or aft…
too much amniotic fluid volume
too little amniotic fluid volume
normal 2:1
high risk infant
infant who is at greater risk for death, either before or aft…
polyhydramnios
too much amniotic fluid volume
132 terms
PSH - Neonatal Pediatric Respiratory. NRP Final (Exams)
You overhear the nurse telling the phy…
You are asked to assess a newborn's AP…
You overhear the nurse telling the phy…
The Dubowitz score is used to assess w…
C) Resuscitating the neonate
8
B) Giving the infant some blow-by oxygen
A) Estimating gestational age of a neonate
You overhear the nurse telling the phy…
C) Resuscitating the neonate
You are asked to assess a newborn's AP…
8
26 terms
Ch. 31 Neonatal and Pediatric Care
pediatric patient
diaper
premature baby
gestation
all patients through 18 years of age, including infants, chil…
washable or disposable covering applied to the perineal area…
born before the completion of 37 weeks gestation
pregnancy
pediatric patient
all patients through 18 years of age, including infants, chil…
diaper
washable or disposable covering applied to the perineal area…
30 terms
neonat respiratory care
List the goal of oxygen therapy in inf…
Describe a written care plan for oxyge…
Discuss the risk of exposure to supple…
Describe the technique for adjusting o…
a. Goal is to provide adequate oxygenation... b. Give the lowest…
specified clinical outcomes
Risk of retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) (ROP is cause by abn…
O2 adjustments should be made in small increments to avoid la…
List the goal of oxygen therapy in inf…
a. Goal is to provide adequate oxygenation... b. Give the lowest…
Describe a written care plan for oxyge…
specified clinical outcomes
89 terms
Neonatal and pediatric RT home care
Lecithin.
2:1
Greater than 42 weeks.
7-10.
What is the most plentiful phospholipid found in surfactant ?
What is normal LS ratio for an infant ?
Post term birth greater than how many weeks are at high risk…
What is the range for a normal apgar score ?
Lecithin.
What is the most plentiful phospholipid found in surfactant ?
2:1
What is normal LS ratio for an infant ?
18 terms
Noninasive Monitoring in neonatal and pediatric care
pulse oximetry
pulse ox con't
disadvantages of pulse ox
transcutaneous monitoring?... O2 and CO2?
collects gases coming off of skin/ heats area (ultrializes) p…
anything affecting light, perfusion, only accurate saturation…
carbon monoxide or anything that binds to Hgb .... neonatal pts:…
measures gas tension of the underlying tissue, not the arteri…
pulse oximetry
collects gases coming off of skin/ heats area (ultrializes) p…
pulse ox con't
anything affecting light, perfusion, only accurate saturation…
30 terms
neonat respiratory care
List the goal of oxygen therapy in inf…
Describe a written care plan for oxyge…
Discuss the risk of exposure to supple…
Describe the technique for adjusting o…
a. Goal is to provide adequate oxygenation... b. Give the lowest…
specified clinical outcomes
Risk of retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) (ROP is cause by abn…
O2 adjustments should be made in small increments to avoid la…
List the goal of oxygen therapy in inf…
a. Goal is to provide adequate oxygenation... b. Give the lowest…
Describe a written care plan for oxyge…
specified clinical outcomes
18 terms
Noninasive Monitoring in neonatal and pediatric care
pulse oximetry
pulse ox con't
disadvantages of pulse ox
transcutaneous monitoring?... O2 and CO2?
collects gases coming off of skin/ heats area (ultrializes) p…
anything affecting light, perfusion, only accurate saturation…
carbon monoxide or anything that binds to Hgb .... neonatal pts:…
measures gas tension of the underlying tissue, not the arteri…
pulse oximetry
collects gases coming off of skin/ heats area (ultrializes) p…
pulse ox con't
anything affecting light, perfusion, only accurate saturation…
18 terms
Noninasive Monitoring in neonatal and pediatric care.
pulse oximetry
pulse ox con't
disadvantages of pulse ox
transcutaneous monitoring?... O2 and CO2?
collects gases coming off of skin/ heats area (ultrializes) p…
anything affecting light, perfusion, only accurate saturation…
carbon monoxide or anything that binds to Hgb .... neonatal pts:…
measures gas tension of the underlying tissue, not the arteri…
pulse oximetry
collects gases coming off of skin/ heats area (ultrializes) p…
pulse ox con't
anything affecting light, perfusion, only accurate saturation…
132 terms
PSH - Neonatal Pediatric Respiratory. NRP Final (Exams)
You overhear the nurse telling the phy…
You are asked to assess a newborn's AP…
You overhear the nurse telling the phy…
The Dubowitz score is used to assess w…
C) Resuscitating the neonate
8
B) Giving the infant some blow-by oxygen
A) Estimating gestational age of a neonate
You overhear the nurse telling the phy…
C) Resuscitating the neonate
You are asked to assess a newborn's AP…
8
79 terms
Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Therapy Ch.4
Initial stabilization of the newborn m…
When should direct laryngotracheal suc…
Apgar Scale
Small for gestational age infants:
1. Drying and warming the infant... 2. opening and clearing the…
in the non vigorous (no or poor respiratory effort, heart rat…
is an evaluation of newborns based on 5 factors:... 1.Heart Rate…
birth weight less than the tenth percentile for gestational age
Initial stabilization of the newborn m…
1. Drying and warming the infant... 2. opening and clearing the…
When should direct laryngotracheal suc…
in the non vigorous (no or poor respiratory effort, heart rat…
33 terms
Neonatal and Pediatrics Normal Values - Respiratory
Newbown/neonate age
Infant age
Child - age
Fetal HR
Birth - 1month
1 month - 1 year
1year - puberty
110-160bpm
Newbown/neonate age
Birth - 1month
Infant age
1 month - 1 year
32 terms
Respiratory: Embryology and Pediatric Disorder and Neonatal Respiratory Disease
What are the stages of lung developmen…
What happens during the embryonic stag…
What germ layers is the respiratory tr…
How does the foregut endoderm differen…
Embryonic stage... pseudoglandular:... canalicular... saccular... alv…
Total <6 weeks... week 4: ventral foregut diverticulum... week 5: l…
foregut endoderm and associated mesoderm (parietal mesoderm a…
Week 4... Respiratory diverticulum is a ventral outgrowth of for…
What are the stages of lung developmen…
Embryonic stage... pseudoglandular:... canalicular... saccular... alv…
What happens during the embryonic stag…
Total <6 weeks... week 4: ventral foregut diverticulum... week 5: l…
16 terms
Chapter 31 Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Disorders
Tetralogy of Fallot
Epiglottitis
Ductus Arteriosus
Meconium Aspiration System (MAS)
Congenital cardiac anomaly that consists of four defects; pul…
Acute and often life-threatening infection of the upper airwa…
Vascular channel in the fetus that joins the pulmonary artery…
Inhalation of meconium by the fetus or newborn. It can block…
Tetralogy of Fallot
Congenital cardiac anomaly that consists of four defects; pul…
Epiglottitis
Acute and often life-threatening infection of the upper airwa…
71 terms
Neo/pediatric respiratory care
Infant breakdowns brown fat that is st…
Brown fat metabolized, O2 consumption…
Popular method to determine oxygenatio…
Amount of time before accurate reading…
Thermogenesis
Metabolic acidosis
SaO2
20-30m
Infant breakdowns brown fat that is st…
Thermogenesis
Brown fat metabolized, O2 consumption…
Metabolic acidosis
12 terms
Ch 9 noninvasive monitoring in Neonatal and Pediatric care
Non invasive monitoring
Electrocardiography (ECG)
impedance Respiratory Rate
noninvasive Blood pressure
-Essential during each phase of disease process... -information…
-continuous monitoring... -full term infant will have different…
-monitor injects small alternating current... -measure chest exc…
-physiologic variable ... -increase or decrease requires interve…
Non invasive monitoring
-Essential during each phase of disease process... -information…
Electrocardiography (ECG)
-continuous monitoring... -full term infant will have different…
16 terms
Chapter 31 Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Disorders
Tetralogy of Fallot
Epiglottitis
Ductus Arteriosus
MAS Meconium Aspiration System
Congenital cardiac anomaly that consists of four defects; pul…
Acute and often life-threatening infection of the upper airwa…
Vascular channel in the fetus that joins the pulmonary artery…
Inhalation of meconium by the fetus or newborn. It can block…
Tetralogy of Fallot
Congenital cardiac anomaly that consists of four defects; pul…
Epiglottitis
Acute and often life-threatening infection of the upper airwa…
16 terms
Chapter 31: Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Disorders
tetralogy of Fallot
epiglottitis
ductus arteriosus
meconium aspiration syndrome (MAS)
Congenital cardigan anomaly that consists of four defects; pu…
Acute and often life threatening infection of the upper airwa…
Vascular channel in the fetus that joins the pulmonary artery…
Inhalation of meconium by the fetus of newborn. If can block…
tetralogy of Fallot
Congenital cardigan anomaly that consists of four defects; pu…
epiglottitis
Acute and often life threatening infection of the upper airwa…
16 terms
Chapter 31 Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Disorders
Tetralogy of Fallot
Epiglottis
Ductus Arteriosus
Meconium Aspiration System
Congenital cardiac anomaly that consists of four defects
Acute and often life-threatening infection of the upper airwa…
Vascular channel in the fetus that joins the pulmonary artery…
Inhalation of meconium by the fetus or newborn. It can block…
Tetralogy of Fallot
Congenital cardiac anomaly that consists of four defects
Epiglottis
Acute and often life-threatening infection of the upper airwa…
53 terms
Non-Pulmonary Causes Of Respiratory Distress (Neonatal and Pediatric)
What is a congenital condition in whic…
True or False... Choanal atresia can be…
Which of the following are airway abno…
Pathophysiology of Choanal Atresia
A) Choanal atresia
True
A) Vestibular stenosis... B) Cleft lip... E) Choanal atresia
...
What is a congenital condition in whic…
A) Choanal atresia
True or False... Choanal atresia can be…
True
109 terms
Comprehensive Perinatal & Pediatric Respiratory Care
What are true regarding the anatomic a…
While reviewing a patient's chart befo…
Identify what are included in the Ball…
Upon examination of a newborn, you fin…
I) Infants have a proportionally larger tongue.... II) Infants h…
One previous birth is not living.... What PARA means:... (P- prior…
Ear recoil,... sole creases, ... skin appearance,... presence of lanu…
26-28 weeks
What are true regarding the anatomic a…
I) Infants have a proportionally larger tongue.... II) Infants h…
While reviewing a patient's chart befo…
One previous birth is not living.... What PARA means:... (P- prior…
60 terms
Neonatal and Pediatric Resp. Care Unit 1
What is another name for RDS?
What are the lung parenchymal disorder…
What is the relationship between age a…
What are the major factors in the path…
Hyaline membrane disease
Respiratory Distress Syndrome (RDS), Transient Tachypnea of t…
Increased risk as gestational age is decreased
1. Quality of surfactant... 2. Decreased alveolar surface area... 3…
What is another name for RDS?
Hyaline membrane disease
What are the lung parenchymal disorder…
Respiratory Distress Syndrome (RDS), Transient Tachypnea of t…
15 terms
Neonatal and Pediatric Resp Care Unit 3
What is the goal of oxygen therapy in…
Describe a written care plan for oxyge…
Describe the technique for adjusting o…
Discuss the reason for targeting highe…
Provide adequate oxygenation using lowest dose possible to ac…
Titrate FiO2 to maintain SpO2 88-92% and notify physician if…
Depends on age and underlying condition... Lower SpO2 ranges for…
higher SpO2 ranges are targeted to prevent more pulmonary con…
What is the goal of oxygen therapy in…
Provide adequate oxygenation using lowest dose possible to ac…
Describe a written care plan for oxyge…
Titrate FiO2 to maintain SpO2 88-92% and notify physician if…
12 terms
Ch 9 noninvasive monitoring in Neonatal and Pediatric care
Non invasive monitoring
Electrocardiography (ECG)
impedance Respiratory Rate
noninvasive Blood pressure
-Essential during each phase of disease process... -information…
-continuous monitoring... -full term infant will have different…
-monitor injects small alternating current... -measure chest exc…
-physiologic variable ... -increase or decrease requires interve…
Non invasive monitoring
-Essential during each phase of disease process... -information…
Electrocardiography (ECG)
-continuous monitoring... -full term infant will have different…
17 terms
Neonatal and Pediatric Resp Care Unit 4 & 5
Describe the indications for CPAP, to…
List the infant and pediatric CPAP int…
Describe how nasal prongs should fit i…
Select initial CPAP levels
Used when: PaO2 < 50 mmHg on FiO2 > 0.60, as long as PaCO2 <…
Infants: Nasal mask, nasal prong, nasopharyngeal tube... Large C…
Snugly, not too tight
CPAP is generated by a ventilator on CPAP mode or by a stand-…
Describe the indications for CPAP, to…
Used when: PaO2 < 50 mmHg on FiO2 > 0.60, as long as PaCO2 <…
List the infant and pediatric CPAP int…
Infants: Nasal mask, nasal prong, nasopharyngeal tube... Large C…
45 terms
B- L1- Pediatric/ Neonatal Care
baby walker
baby carriage
Bib
blanket
Caminador para niños
carriola, carrito, cochecito
babero
manta, cobija
baby walker
Caminador para niños
baby carriage
carriola, carrito, cochecito
15 terms
Unit 3: Respiratory Therapy Pediatric & Neonatal
hydro phobic
epistaxis
Thorpe tube
Bourdon gauge
repelling water molecules
nose bleed
measures flow rate of gas
measures pressure of gas
hydro phobic
repelling water molecules
epistaxis
nose bleed
16 terms
Chapter 31 Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Disorders
Tetralogy of Fallot
Epiglottitis
Ductus Arteriosus
MAS Meconium Aspiration System
Congenital cardiac anomaly that consists of four defects; pul…
Acute and often life-threatening infection of the upper airwa…
Vascular channel in the fetus that joins the pulmonary artery…
Inhalation of meconium by the fetus or newborn. It can block…
Tetralogy of Fallot
Congenital cardiac anomaly that consists of four defects; pul…
Epiglottitis
Acute and often life-threatening infection of the upper airwa…
45 terms
Neonatal and Pediatric Resp Care Unit 2
What are the maternal risk factors tha…
Define gestational diabetes mellitus (…
Describe the fetal or neonatal outcome…
Define pregancy-induced hypertension (…
Previous pregnancy complications, DM, PIH, maternal age <17 a…
Pregnant women without diabetes develop hyperglycemia
Double the risk for serious injuries @ birth, triple likeliho…
High BP, swelling due to fluid retention, proteinuria
What are the maternal risk factors tha…
Previous pregnancy complications, DM, PIH, maternal age <17 a…
Define gestational diabetes mellitus (…
Pregnant women without diabetes develop hyperglycemia
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