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Nsg care of Newborn

What does APGAR score stand for 10 = perfect Appearance: blue, pink Pulse: <100 give CPR Grimace: bulb syringe Activity: muscle tone Respirations: slow, good cry
What is included in gestational age assessment? what is considered lg or small for gestational age? Age and birth wt Lg: above 90th Sm: below 10th
what is pathologic jaundice shows b4 1st 24 hours
what is pH of NB 7.32-7.48
What are two main therapies for hyperbilirubinemia? Preventions? phototherapy, blood transfusion Preventions: early feeding to excrete meconium
what is most common complication in circumcision bleeding, infection
how many wet diapers should baby have? Poopy? Wet: 1 ea day til 5, then 6-10/d Poop: 1 q 48-72 hrs
Newborns should be in what kind of carseat up to 20lbs or 1 year rear facing
How should infants sleep on back
Created by: palmerag