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By Max Perlman MB BS, Haresh M. Kirpalani

What all started as a modest in-house handbook for citizens at one of many busiest kid's hospitals on the planet, advanced into some of the most well known handbooks for citizens and trainees ever released. in keeping with genuine medical perform, this article covers the diversity of neonatology from the supply room via discharge. the data is functional and telegraphic, giving the reader quickly solutions to nearly any query that would come up at the ward. It covers everyone approach, common surgical stipulations, meals, infectious illnesses, drug intoxication, and dozens of alternative subject matters.

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15). ** The normal healthy newborn who breathes well and cries immediately does not require routine suction. 3 Page 4 2. Bag and mask ventilation Pressure 30 to 40 mm Hg for first few breaths, followed by lower pressure, but enough to achieve gentle rise of chest, 100% oxygen, rate 40 to 60 per min 3. Re-evaluate heart rate after 15 to 30 seconds and then at frequent intervals Heart rate > 100 bpmHeart rate > 100 bpmHeart rate 60- 100 bpm and risingHeart rate < 60 or 60-80 bpm and not rising Breathing spontaneousBreathing still gasping or apneicBreathing usually apneic or gaspingBreathing usually apneic or gaspingßßßßDiscontinue ventilation and O2 when pinkContinue ventilation and watch respirationContinue ventilation and re-evaluate heart rateCommence compressions, continue ventilationßEnsure that infant can breathe adequately before discontinuing ventilation Page 5 4.

Act rapidly when complication is suspected or detected. Remove umbilical catheters as soon as risks are considered to outweigh benefits. , in PPHN and extreme prematurity) or respond poorly to these procedures Consider placing a UAC using the following FiO2 ranges and when continuing improvement is lacking. , shock) until alternative access is available: Umbilical complications such as omphalitis and omphalocele constitute absolute contraindications to umbilical catheterization. , NEC, acute tubular necrosis) are major contraindications.

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