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Newborn Comp

High Risk Newborns

QuestionAnswer
First signs respiration problems in infant Grunting, nasal flaring, retracting
apneic spell cessation of breath for more than 20 seconds
When suctioning infant, suction ___ then ____. mouth, nose
What is PIPP Premature Infant Pain Profile
When giving gavage feedings to infant, ensure residual is no more than _____. 2-4ml
Signs of Respiratory Distress Syndrome Tachycardia, nasal flaring, xiphoid & intercostal contractions, audible grunting, cyanosis
Therapeutic management of RDS Rescue treatment, Give steroids to accelerate lung maturation
Nursing considerations for postterm infants assess for broken clavicles, facial nerve damage
What are newborn congenital anomalies? Birth defects
Created by: amysfenton