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111 terms
Newborn complications
Normal axillary temperature
If it is abnormal
If too low:
If too high:
36.5C - 38.0C... 97.7F - 100.4F
confirm it two more times
Evaporation --> dry... Radiation --> hat, dry linen, warm blank…
Unwrap for 10 minutes
Normal axillary temperature
36.5C - 38.0C... 97.7F - 100.4F
If it is abnormal
confirm it two more times
59 terms
newborn complications
identification for at risk newborns
small for gestational age (SGA)
what are complications of polycythemia…
nursing care of SGA newborn
- Low socioeconomic level ... - Limited or no prenatal care ... - E…
- Causes:... •Maternal factors and disease... •Environmental, place…
1. Anemia and infection... 2. Stroke and jaundice... 3. Infection…
- Assess gestational age... - Identify signs of complications -…
identification for at risk newborns
- Low socioeconomic level ... - Limited or no prenatal care ... - E…
small for gestational age (SGA)
- Causes:... •Maternal factors and disease... •Environmental, place…
10 terms
Newborn complications
Broncopulmonary dysplasia- BPD
Continuous positive airway pressure-(C…
Exchange transfusion
Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (E…
Chronic pulmonary disease occuring in infants whose lungs req…
Pressurized air delivered to the lungs that keep them expande…
Replacement of 70-80% of circulating blood by withdrawing the…
Prolonged heart lung bypass to allow lungs to heal
Broncopulmonary dysplasia- BPD
Chronic pulmonary disease occuring in infants whose lungs req…
Continuous positive airway pressure-(C…
Pressurized air delivered to the lungs that keep them expande…
18 terms
Newborn complications
Why would the nurse want to place a ne…
What long term complications do babies…
What about Cocaine and heroin?
What about Marijuana?
-this helps avoid overstimulation of the newborn. Newborns of…
- permanent central nervous system dysfunction such as mental…
-Extreme bone pain for months, severe diarrhea and skin break…
-Intrauterine growth restriction and/or prematurity; intraute…
Why would the nurse want to place a ne…
-this helps avoid overstimulation of the newborn. Newborns of…
What long term complications do babies…
- permanent central nervous system dysfunction such as mental…
Newborn complications
Newborn complications
abnormal signs: tachycardia
abnormal signs: tachypnea
abnormal signs: pallor
-abnormal signs... -abnormal transition... -respiratory complicatio…
>170 bpm... -may be caused by overheating, infection, anemia, sh…
> 60 rpm... -may be caused by: overheating, pulmonary disease, a…
-cold stress... -shock... -anemia... -hypovolemia
Newborn complications
-abnormal signs... -abnormal transition... -respiratory complicatio…
abnormal signs: tachycardia
>170 bpm... -may be caused by overheating, infection, anemia, sh…
57 terms
Newborn Complications
APGAR, A (1º)
APGAR, P
APGAR, G
APGAR, A (2º)
Activity, muscle tone
Pulse, HR
Grimace, reflex irritability
Appearance, skin color
APGAR, A (1º)
Activity, muscle tone
APGAR, P
Pulse, HR
48 terms
Newborn Complications
What are 4 signs of respiratory distre…
What is the most common etiology of ne…
What triggers transient tachypnea of t…
What are three signs of an infection?
Asymmetrical chest movements, apnea (>15-20 seconds with colo…
Transient Tachypnea of the newborn
Excessive lung fluid
Hypothermia, temperature instability, lethargy
What are 4 signs of respiratory distre…
Asymmetrical chest movements, apnea (>15-20 seconds with colo…
What is the most common etiology of ne…
Transient Tachypnea of the newborn
8 terms
Complications of the newborn
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Tobacco during pregnancy
Drug and alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome i…
Hypoglycemia
Factors: amount and duration of consumption; daily intake inc…
Manifesation: Prematuriy, low birth weight; increased risk fo…
Objective data: use a neonatal abstinence scoring system... CNS:…
A serum glucose level of less than 40mg/dL... Factors: maternal…
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Factors: amount and duration of consumption; daily intake inc…
Tobacco during pregnancy
Manifesation: Prematuriy, low birth weight; increased risk fo…
129 terms
NEWBORN COMPLICATIONS
care of high risk newborns
care of high risk newborns... people who…
Case management with clinical pathways…
Late Preterm Infants... incidence and eti…
-multidisciplinary approach
nurse, neonatologist, mom and family(family centered care), r…
getting baby ready for discharge, with insurance issues, Medi…
34 0/7-36 6/7, immature, 3x mortality term baby.
care of high risk newborns
-multidisciplinary approach
care of high risk newborns... people who…
nurse, neonatologist, mom and family(family centered care), r…
96 terms
Newborn Complications
hyperbilirubinemia: pathophysiology
hyperbilirubinemia: assessment
hyperbilirubinemia: risk factors
hyperbilirubinemia: kenicterus
elevated serum bilirubin levels: evaluation is indicated when…
jaundice, elevated serum bilirubin levels, enlarged liver, po…
Asian, Native American, and Greek ethnicity, fetal hypoxia, A…
bilirubin levels reach 20 or greater --> permanent brain damage
hyperbilirubinemia: pathophysiology
elevated serum bilirubin levels: evaluation is indicated when…
hyperbilirubinemia: assessment
jaundice, elevated serum bilirubin levels, enlarged liver, po…
96 terms
Newborn Complications
Prematurity
Prematurity classification
Very premature (micro premie)
Premature
Less than 37 weeks
- Very premature... - Premature... - Late premature
Born less than 32 weeks
Born between 32-34 weeks
Prematurity
Less than 37 weeks
Prematurity classification
- Very premature... - Premature... - Late premature
73 terms
Newborn Complications
Macrocosmic infant
4-folds
Placenta hormones
24 weeks
Risk to babies born to diabetic mothers?
Normal pregnancy insulin secretions increase up to?
_____________blocks insulin action, therefore insulin increas…
Gestational Diabetes starts around what week GA?
Macrocosmic infant
Risk to babies born to diabetic mothers?
4-folds
Normal pregnancy insulin secretions increase up to?
13 terms
Newborn Complications
Birth Injuries... Cephalohematoma... Subga…
Other birth injuries... Caput succedaneum
Down Syndrome
Facial Paralysis
Cephalohematoma... A collection of blood under the fetal scalp d…
Caput succedaneum... Edema that crosses suture lines... from press…
After 6mo have delayed milestone meetings... Develop normally i…
Facial paralysis... Often from forceps, but can occur without... U…
Birth Injuries... Cephalohematoma... Subga…
Cephalohematoma... A collection of blood under the fetal scalp d…
Other birth injuries... Caput succedaneum
Caput succedaneum... Edema that crosses suture lines... from press…
129 terms
NEWBORN COMPLICATIONS
care of high risk newborns
care of high risk newborns... people who…
Case management with clinical pathways…
Late Preterm Infants... incidence and eti…
-multidisciplinary approach
nurse, neonatologist, mom and family(family centered care), r…
getting baby ready for discharge, with insurance issues, Medi…
34 0/7-36 6/7, immature, 3x mortality term baby.
care of high risk newborns
-multidisciplinary approach
care of high risk newborns... people who…
nurse, neonatologist, mom and family(family centered care), r…
119 terms
Newborn Complications
Care of high-risk newborns is...
Late preterm infants incidence and ide…
Appearance of late preterm
Behavior of late preterm
a multidisciplinary approach
34 0/7-36 6/7... immature... 3x mortality rate of term baby... potenti…
jaundice (before or after 24hrs), jitters
flexing of extremeties, suck and swallow present
Care of high-risk newborns is...
a multidisciplinary approach
Late preterm infants incidence and ide…
34 0/7-36 6/7... immature... 3x mortality rate of term baby... potenti…
37 terms
Newborn complications
Pre-existing maternal conditions ... (mat…
oligohydramnios
Neonatal birth weight
Complications for SGA babies
-heart disease ... -diabetes ... -hypertension... -preeclampsia... -renal…
deficiency of amniotic fluid
-Birth weight... very low = less than 3.3 pounds... LGA, AGA, SGA…
Definition: less than 10th percentile ... Asphyxia- r/t chronic…
Pre-existing maternal conditions ... (mat…
-heart disease ... -diabetes ... -hypertension... -preeclampsia... -renal…
oligohydramnios
deficiency of amniotic fluid
54 terms
Newborn Complications
Identification of the newborn at risk
Neonatal mortality risk
Neonatal morbidity
Newborn classification: Neonatal Morta…
• Low socioeconomic status... • Exposure to environmental hazard…
Risk of death within the neonatal period (28 days). Risk decr…
Predicted based on gestational age and birth weight
• Preterm: <37 completed weeks... • Late preterm: 34-36 weeks... •…
Identification of the newborn at risk
• Low socioeconomic status... • Exposure to environmental hazard…
Neonatal mortality risk
Risk of death within the neonatal period (28 days). Risk decr…
56 terms
Newborn Complications
Small for Gestational Age... SGA
Appropriate for Gestational Age... AGA
Large for Gestational Age... LGA
How much weight can newborns be expect…
<2,500g (5 lbs 8 oz) at term... <10% for gestational age (growth…
10-90% for gestational age... Lower morbidity and mortality rates
>4,000g (8 lbs 13 oz) at term... >90% for gestational age (growt…
10%
Small for Gestational Age... SGA
<2,500g (5 lbs 8 oz) at term... <10% for gestational age (growth…
Appropriate for Gestational Age... AGA
10-90% for gestational age... Lower morbidity and mortality rates
27 terms
Newborn Complications
birth trauma complications
soft tissue injuries
nursing interventions for soft tissue…
clavicular fracture
-soft tissue injuries... -skeletal injuries... -peripheral nervous…
-subconjunctival (scleral) and retinal hemorrhages... -capillari…
-reassure parents that hemorrhage will resolve within 5 days…
-most common fracture during birth... -no one treatment for this…
birth trauma complications
-soft tissue injuries... -skeletal injuries... -peripheral nervous…
soft tissue injuries
-subconjunctival (scleral) and retinal hemorrhages... -capillari…
117 terms
Newborn Complications
Transition to Extrauterine Life
Apgar Score
Activity (muscle tone) for a score of 2
Activity (muscle tone) for a score of 1
In utero to extrauterine, this is a time of dynamic physiolog…
Indicator of how that baby is transitioning to extrauterine l…
Active movement with flexed Upper Extremity
Arms and legs extended
Transition to Extrauterine Life
In utero to extrauterine, this is a time of dynamic physiolog…
Apgar Score
Indicator of how that baby is transitioning to extrauterine l…
10 terms
Newborn Complications
Webbing
Genetic anomalies
Hip dysplasia
TE fistula
Recessive if neither parent have it, dominant if parents have…
may be inherited/genetics... teratogenics used at a critical dev…
abnormal shape to hip socket or weak ligaments holding it in…
abnormal connection between esophagus and trachea... may have is…
Webbing
Recessive if neither parent have it, dominant if parents have…
Genetic anomalies
may be inherited/genetics... teratogenics used at a critical dev…
37 terms
Newborn Complications
High risk concerns
All newborns are challenged with...
Prematurity
Nursing role prematurity
Prematurity... Size differences (SGA, LGA)... Infant of diabetic mo…
Temperature instability (hypo)... Respiratory issues... Cardiac ins…
-Leading cause of infant mortality & morbidity ... -80% of prema…
-Prevent teen birth... -Proconception planning... -Teaching & healt…
High risk concerns
Prematurity... Size differences (SGA, LGA)... Infant of diabetic mo…
All newborns are challenged with...
Temperature instability (hypo)... Respiratory issues... Cardiac ins…
43 terms
Newborn Complications
ACQUIRED PROBLEMS OF THE NEONATE
PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM PROBLEMS
Subarachnoid Hemorrhage... Assessment
Subdural Hemorrhage ... Assessment
Birth Trauma -physical injury sustained by a neonate during l…
Facial Paralysis- ... related to LGA ... difficult deliveries ... Arm…
-Asymptomatic... -Irritability... -Decreased level of consciousness…
-Apnea... -Coma... -Unequal pupils... -Nuchal rigidity... -Opisthotonos-f…
ACQUIRED PROBLEMS OF THE NEONATE
Birth Trauma -physical injury sustained by a neonate during l…
PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM PROBLEMS
Facial Paralysis- ... related to LGA ... difficult deliveries ... Arm…
47 terms
newborn complications
maternal risk factors
neonatal risk factors
newborn complications
SGA complications
- low SES, insurance access... - environmental exposures to toxi…
- birth weight <5.5 lbs, LGA >90%, SGA <10%... - gestational age…
- regular assessments/ VS are essential ... - have very little r…
- can be preterm, term, or post term... - asphyxia: chronic in u…
maternal risk factors
- low SES, insurance access... - environmental exposures to toxi…
neonatal risk factors
- birth weight <5.5 lbs, LGA >90%, SGA <10%... - gestational age…
61 terms
Newborn Complications
If temperature of newborn drops below…
The 4 mechanisms of thermoregulation (…
Cold stress results in:
Axillary temperature of newborn range…
a) Respiratory distress... b) return to fetal circulation patter…
a) conduction-baby skin in contact with cold surface --> plac…
a) increased oxygen need... b) decreased surfactant production... c…
36.5C < x < 38 C (97.7 - 100.4)... *if abnormal, confirm axillar…
If temperature of newborn drops below…
a) Respiratory distress... b) return to fetal circulation patter…
The 4 mechanisms of thermoregulation (…
a) conduction-baby skin in contact with cold surface --> plac…
59 terms
Newborn Complications
high risk factors in newborns
respiratory distress due to
temperature instability due to
maintaining body temperature
birth weight... gestational age... predominant pathophysiologic pro…
lung immaturity... lack of surfactant lining alveoli... immaturity…
insufficient subQ fat - transepidermal water loss is greater…
should be transferred from delivery in a prewarmed incubator…
high risk factors in newborns
birth weight... gestational age... predominant pathophysiologic pro…
respiratory distress due to
lung immaturity... lack of surfactant lining alveoli... immaturity…
47 terms
Newborn Complications
If temperature of newborn drops below…
The 4 mechanisms of thermoregulation (…
Cold stress results in:
Axillary temperature of newborn range…
a) Respiratory distress... b) return to fetal circulation patter…
a) conduction-baby skin in contact with cold surface --> plac…
a) increased oxygen need... b) decreased surfactant production... c…
36.5C < x < 38 C... *if abnormal, confirm axillary temperature t…
If temperature of newborn drops below…
a) Respiratory distress... b) return to fetal circulation patter…
The 4 mechanisms of thermoregulation (…
a) conduction-baby skin in contact with cold surface --> plac…
31 terms
Newborn Complications
What is the biggest concern with a pre…
Most common complications in a postter…
Abnormally high concentration of hemog…
What is the biggest concern with an SG…
Lung development
Hypoglycemia, meconium aspiration
Polycythemia
Fetal distress
What is the biggest concern with a pre…
Lung development
Most common complications in a postter…
Hypoglycemia, meconium aspiration
47 terms
Newborn Complications
Maternal Risk Factors
Neonatal Risk Factors
Complications in SGA
IUGR
Low SES... Limited access to health care... Environmental exposure,…
Birthweight... Gestational age... Type and Length of newborn illnes…
Asphyxia ... Aspiration... Hypothermia... Hypoglycemia... Polycythemia
SGA plus additional complication... Congenital malformation ... Int…
Maternal Risk Factors
Low SES... Limited access to health care... Environmental exposure,…
Neonatal Risk Factors
Birthweight... Gestational age... Type and Length of newborn illnes…
33 terms
Newborn Complications
subconjunctival (scleral) and retinal…
Duchenne palsy
nsg interventions for duchennne palsy
facial paralysis
rupture of capillaries caused by increased ICP during birth (…
(brachial plexus injury)--brachial paralysis of the upper por…
intermittent immobilization across the upper abdomen, positio…
generally caused by pressure on the facial nerve during birth…
subconjunctival (scleral) and retinal…
rupture of capillaries caused by increased ICP during birth (…
Duchenne palsy
(brachial plexus injury)--brachial paralysis of the upper por…
149 terms
Newborn complications
Fetal alcohol syndrome at risk for lon…
Abstinence scoring system
changes in mood, hypersensitivity to n…
decreased moro reflexes
- feeding... - CNS dysfunction (mental retardation, cebral palsy…
increase wakefulness... CNS - increase wakefulness, cry, moro r…
Opiate withdrawal neonate abstinence syndrome
heroin
Fetal alcohol syndrome at risk for lon…
- feeding... - CNS dysfunction (mental retardation, cebral palsy…
Abstinence scoring system
increase wakefulness... CNS - increase wakefulness, cry, moro r…
65 terms
Newborn Complications
Birth trauma includes:
_____________ are still an important s…
Rupture of capillaries caused by incre…
Nursing Intervention for Subconjunctiv…
Soft tissue injuries... Skeletal Injuries... Peripheral nervous sys…
Birth Injuries
Subconjunctival (scleral) & retinal hemorrhages
Reassure parents Hemorrhage will usually resolve within 5 day…
Birth trauma includes:
Soft tissue injuries... Skeletal Injuries... Peripheral nervous sys…
_____________ are still an important s…
Birth Injuries
32 terms
Newborn complications
factors known to increase risk of cancer
factors may affect risk of cancer
cancers associated with obesity
neoplasm
1. cigarette smoking/tobacco use... 2. infections... 3. radiation... 4…
1. diet... 2. alcohol... 3. physical activity... 4. obesity... 5. environ…
breast, colon, endometrium, esophagus, kidney
new growth of tissue; can be benign; can be malignant
factors known to increase risk of cancer
1. cigarette smoking/tobacco use... 2. infections... 3. radiation... 4…
factors may affect risk of cancer
1. diet... 2. alcohol... 3. physical activity... 4. obesity... 5. environ…
40 terms
Newborn Complications
Respiratory Distress syndrom is seen in
Symptoms of RDS include
Respiratory Distress Syndrome is when
Prevention of RDS includes
babies under 28 weeks, c/s babies, multiple births, males, di…
nasal flaring, tachypnea, tachycardia, retractions, grunting,…
babies lack surfactant.
corticosteroids.
Respiratory Distress syndrom is seen in
babies under 28 weeks, c/s babies, multiple births, males, di…
Symptoms of RDS include
nasal flaring, tachypnea, tachycardia, retractions, grunting,…
69 terms
Newborn Complications
Five Most Common Respiratory Illnesses…
What causes RDS?
What event in utero causes meconium as…
What is the current NRP recommendation…
RDS... Meconium Aspiration Syndrome... Pneumonia... TTN... PPHN
insufficient amount of surfactant or delayed impaired surfact…
gasping caused by hypoxemia
NRP no longer recommends routine suctioning of all meconium b…
Five Most Common Respiratory Illnesses…
RDS... Meconium Aspiration Syndrome... Pneumonia... TTN... PPHN
What causes RDS?
insufficient amount of surfactant or delayed impaired surfact…
126 terms
Newborn Complications
What does insulin do?
Not enough insulin equals....?
When can Gestational Diabetes be seen…
What is the number one complication of…
Insulin helps regulate blood sugar and transport glucose to c…
Maternal Hyperglycemia
Around 24 weeks GA
The number one complication of Gestational Diabetes is macros…
What does insulin do?
Insulin helps regulate blood sugar and transport glucose to c…
Not enough insulin equals....?
Maternal Hyperglycemia
36 terms
Newborn Complications
2-3 weeks
Increased wakefulness, high pitched cr…
Projectile vomit, poor feeding, diarrh…
Nasal congestion, nasal flaring, yawni…
Opiate withdraw can last
CNS effects of withdrawal
GI effects of withdrawal
Metabolic/respiratory finding of withdrawal
2-3 weeks
Opiate withdraw can last
Increased wakefulness, high pitched cr…
CNS effects of withdrawal
48 terms
Newborn Complications
One who is born before the completion…
The respiratory systems is one of the…
What causes shunting of the blood from…
What antibody is there a deficiency in…
Preterm
Last
Perinatal hypoxia ... Can cause ischemia to the intestinal wall
IgG... Placental transfer does not occur until 34 weeks
One who is born before the completion…
Preterm
The respiratory systems is one of the…
Last
9 terms
Newborn Complications
Hypoglycemia
Jaundice Risk Zones
Jaundice Testing
Effects of Cold Stress
*Check within 1 hour of birth for IDM... BG results 40-200 mg/dl…
High Risk > 95%... High Intermediate Risk 75-95%... Low Intermediat…
TCB = > 95% --> TSB > 95% : hyperbilirubinemia ... TCB = 75-95%…
Increased oxygen need... Decreased surfactant production... Respira…
Hypoglycemia
*Check within 1 hour of birth for IDM... BG results 40-200 mg/dl…
Jaundice Risk Zones
High Risk > 95%... High Intermediate Risk 75-95%... Low Intermediat…
59 terms
Newborn complications
When does jaundice become a concern?
What does jaundice refer to?
How many babies does jaundice occur in?
When does physiological jaundice appear?
When it occurs after 24 hours of age and that peaks 3-5 days…
Yellowing of the skin, sclera and mucous membranes that resul…
About half of all healthy newborns
3-4 days of life
When does jaundice become a concern?
When it occurs after 24 hours of age and that peaks 3-5 days…
What does jaundice refer to?
Yellowing of the skin, sclera and mucous membranes that resul…
38 terms
Newborn complications
Late preterm is considered
Preterm is
Low birth weight is
Very low birth weight is
34-36 weeks
<38 weeks
<2500gm... (5# 8oz)
<1500gm... (3# 5 oz)
Late preterm is considered
34-36 weeks
Preterm is
<38 weeks
89 terms
Newborn Complications
define what jaundice is, like what is…
how does jaundice appear? how we asses…
Explain what is important to keep in m…
Physiological Jaundice (Icterus Neonat…
definition: yellow pigmentation of body tissue caused by bile…
jaundice first appears in the infant's face and head and prog…
-we expect green stools w/ this... we want to make sure to cover…
-after the first 24 hours lasting up to 7 days in a TERM baby…
define what jaundice is, like what is…
definition: yellow pigmentation of body tissue caused by bile…
how does jaundice appear? how we asses…
jaundice first appears in the infant's face and head and prog…
61 terms
Newborn Complications
AGA newborns normally fall where on gr…
SGA newborns normally fall where on gr…
LGA newborns normally fall where on gr…
What is very low birth weight?
10-90%
<10%... <2500 grams ( 5lbs 8 oz. )
> 90%... > 4000 grams ( 8 lbs 13 oz. )
< 1500 grams
AGA newborns normally fall where on gr…
10-90%
SGA newborns normally fall where on gr…
<10%... <2500 grams ( 5lbs 8 oz. )
42 terms
Newborn Complications
Identification for At-Risk Newborns
Causes of SGA
Complications of SGA & IUGR
IUGR (Maternal, placental or fetal fac…
-Low socioeconomic level... -Limited or no prenatal care... -Exposu…
-Maternal factors/disease: *Maternal smoking... -Environmental,…
-Fetal hypoxia... -Aspiration syndrome... -Hypothermia... -Polycythemi…
-Advanced gestation... -extremes of maternal age... -lack of prenat…
Identification for At-Risk Newborns
-Low socioeconomic level... -Limited or no prenatal care... -Exposu…
Causes of SGA
-Maternal factors/disease: *Maternal smoking... -Environmental,…
Newborn Complications
GBS
Neonatal Sepsis
How common is neonatal sepsis?
Maternal Causes of Neonatal Sepsis?
Group B Streptococcus
Systemic Inflammatory Response initiated by an infection.
2:4 per 1,000 births. Higher rates in preterm and LBW infants.
No prenatal care. ... Substance Abuse.... Low socioeconomic status…
GBS
Group B Streptococcus
Neonatal Sepsis
Systemic Inflammatory Response initiated by an infection.
10 terms
Newborn Complications
Newborns at Risk
Identification of newborn at risk
Neonatal Mortality Risk Chart
SGA /IUGR newborn
Maternity nurses identify and care for the immediate needs of…
Risk Factors:... Low socioeconomic status... Exposure to environmen…
Preterm: <37 weeks... Late Preterm: 34-36 weeks... Term: 38-41 comp…
=Below 10th percentile for that age... SGA infant may be preterm…
Newborns at Risk
Maternity nurses identify and care for the immediate needs of…
Identification of newborn at risk
Risk Factors:... Low socioeconomic status... Exposure to environmen…
75 terms
newborn complications
whats less than 37 weeks
what is very preterm
modern preterm
what is term
preterm
<32
32-34
37-42
whats less than 37 weeks
preterm
what is very preterm
<32
93 terms
Newborn Complications
Transient tachypnea of the newborn... 12…
- C-section... - Asphyxia... - Macrosomia... -…
grunting, retractions, nasal flaring,…
- O2 therapy... - gavage feeding... - IV flu…
There is a delay in fetal lung fluid absorption that causes r…
Risk factors of transient tachypnea include?
S/sx of transient tachypnea of the newborn include?
Management of transient tachypnea of the newborn includes?
Transient tachypnea of the newborn... 12…
There is a delay in fetal lung fluid absorption that causes r…
- C-section... - Asphyxia... - Macrosomia... -…
Risk factors of transient tachypnea include?
54 terms
Newborn Complications
refer to those conditions resulting fr…
What are risk factors related to birth…
What is the most common birth trauma?
What is the primary role of soft tissu…
acquired problems
-Maternal age <16 or >35 ... -Primigravida... -Uterine dysfunction…
soft tissue injuries
notify and document
refer to those conditions resulting fr…
acquired problems
What are risk factors related to birth…
-Maternal age <16 or >35 ... -Primigravida... -Uterine dysfunction…
20 terms
Complications of the newborn
Fetal Alcohol Syndromes
hypoglycemia in newborn
s/s of hypoglycemia newborn
Nursing care for hypoglycemia
low nasal bridge... thin upper lip... short palpebral fissures... flat…
Term Newborn: Serum glucose < 40 mg/dL... Preterm Newborn: Serum…
poor feedings, jittery, tremors, hypothermia, diaphoresis, we…
Blood by heel stick... Frequent oral care
Fetal Alcohol Syndromes
low nasal bridge... thin upper lip... short palpebral fissures... flat…
hypoglycemia in newborn
Term Newborn: Serum glucose < 40 mg/dL... Preterm Newborn: Serum…
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