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Ob chapter 12

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What is head lag? The head will fall back because the newborn cannot maintain neutral position of the head
What is mororeflex? The infants draw their legs up and the arms fan out and then come toward the midline in an embrace position.
Rooting reflex causes the infants head to turn in the direction of anything that touches the cheek, in anticipation of food.
Caput succedaneum Swelling of the soft tissues
Cephalhematoma condition caused by a collection of blood beneath the periosteum of the crainal bone.
Fontanelles Unossified spaces or soft spots on the cranium of a young infant.
Babys eyes At first appear blue or grey, the permanent coloring becomes fixed between ages 6 and 12 months.
Low set ears May indicate a congenital abnormality in another part of the body.
ALGO analyzes hearing by sending a series of soft clicks into the sleeping infants ear. The infants brain responds with a specific brain wave that is referred to as an auditory brainstem response
Acrocyanosis peripheral blueness of the hands and feet, is normal and results from poor peripheral circulation
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