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Infections that can affect pregnancy

What are the s/s of Chlamydia conjunctivitis and pneumonia conjunctivitis presents w/ inflammation yellow discharge eyelid swelling 5-14 days after birth
What are s/s of Gonorrhea conjunctivitis purulent discharge corneal ulcerations neonatal sepsis w/ temp instability poor feeding response jaundice hypotonia
What are s/s of syphilis elevated cord serum Rhinitis fissures on mouth corners and excoriated upper lip red rash around mouth and anus copper colored rash over face, palms,and soles irritability generalized edema bone lesions jaundice failure to thrive
What are s/s of Trich Green or yellow discharge foul smelling vag discharge frothy vag discharge lower abdominal pain painful urination
What are s/s of Group B strep severe respiratory distress (grunting & cyanosis) may become apneic demonstrate symptoms of shock Meconium stained amniotic fluid at birth
Chlamydia treatments and implications for pregnancy oral erythromycin for 14 days (eye treatment) Monitor for hypertrophic pyloric stenosis initial follow up referral for eye complications and late development of pneumonia
Gonorrhea treatments and implications for pregnancy Administer prophylaxis ophthalmic antibiotic ointment or tetracycline If positive maternal test give single dose systemic antibiotic therapy Initial follow up referral to eval any loss of vision
Syphilis treatments and implications Initiate standard precautions until infant has
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