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High-risk newborn infants

Sheldon B. Korones

High-risk newborn infants

the basis for intensive nursing care [by] Sheldon B. Korones. With the editorial assistance of, and a chapter by, Jean Lancaster [and] Florence Bright Roberts.

by Sheldon B. Korones

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Published by Mosby in Saint Louis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fetus -- Diseases,
  • Newborn infants -- Diseases,
  • Intensive care units

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRJ254 K67
    The Physical Object
    Pagination245p.
    Number of Pages245
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18534908M

    Risk factors in high-risk infant cases. There is no single profile for a HRI or a high-risk family. Harm to an infant will most often be the result of the interplay between multiple risk factors related to the parent, the child and the social context in which the parent-child relationship exists (Jackson, Johnson, Millar & Cameron ;File Size: KB. Once discharged to home, the high risk infant should be treated like any healthy term newborn. c. Parents of high risk infants need special support and detailed contact information. d. If a high risk infant and mother need transfer to a specialized regional center, it is better to wait until after birth and the infant is stabilized.

    S Korones, J Lancaster, F Roberts, High‐Risk Newborn Infants—The Basis for Intensive Nursing Care, , The C V Mosby Co, , $Author: Sister Kane. Noninitiation or Withdrawal of Intensive Care for High-Risk Newborns Related Book Images Figure from Chapter Surgical Emergencies of the Chest and Abdomen in the Newborn in American Academy of Pediatrics Textbook of Pediatric Care, 2nd Edition.

      The CDC’s recommendation for universal hepatitis B vaccination of infants puts most children at unnecessary risk of harm from the vaccine. [Note: This is the second installment of a three-part Hep B series examining the CDC’s rationale for its universal infant hepatitis B vaccination 1 explores the risk to infants of a Hepatitis B infection. Home > March - Volume 73 - Issue 3 > HIGH-RISK NEWBORN INFANTS: THE BASIS FOR INTENSIVE NURSING C Log in to view full text. If you're not a subscriber, you can.


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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Once discharged to home, the high risk infant should be treated like any healthy term newborn.

Parents of high risk infants need special support and detailed contact information. If a high risk infant and mother need transfer to a specialized regional center, it is better to wait until after birth and the infant is stabilized.

Care of the High-Risk Neonate. Book • 5th Edition • Edited by: Recognition, Stabilization, and Transport of the High-Risk Newborn.

Book chapter Full text access. Chapter 3 - Recognition, Stabilization, and Transport of the High-Risk Newborn. Low-Birth-Weight Infants Growth Curves, With and Without Major Morbidities. Lianne J. Woodward, Petra S.

Hüppi, in Volpe's Neurology of the Newborn (Sixth Edition), The Timing of Follow-Up Assessments. For high-risk newborn infants, follow-up assessments should be more frequent immediately after discharge, but then become gradually more widely spaced with increasing child age.

The goal is to be sure that all expected developmental. Chapter 25 The High Risk Newborn David Wilson Learning Objectives On completion of this chapter, the reader will be able to: • Summarize assessment and care of the newborn with soft tissue, skeletal, and neurologic injuries caused by birth trauma.

• Identify maternal conditions that place the newborn at risk for infection. • Describe methods used to identify. Learn the high risk newborn with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of the high risk newborn flashcards on Quizlet.

• The newborn infant is uniquely susceptible to acquire infection, whether bacterial, viral or fungal. • Bacterial sepsis and meningitis continue to be major causes of morbidity and mortality in the newborn. • The mortality rate due to sepsis ranges from 20% to as high as 80% among neonates.

A copy of this book should be present in all nurseries caring for sick and compromised newborn infants. Full Text Sheldon B. Korones HIGH-RISK NEWBORN INFANTS: THE BASIS FOR INTENSIVE NURSING Author: Leonard Glass. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Korones, Sheldon B., High-risk newborn infants.

Saint Louis, Mosby, (OCoLC) Online version. High‐Risk Follow‐up Page 5 Table 1: Cohort of High Risk Infants to be Followed General: Less than grams Less than 28 weeks gestational age Triplets & Quadruplets (irrespective of gestational age) Major Surgery (other than those listed below) End‐Stage Renal Failure Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome RequiringFile Size: 4MB.

The NICU Network Neurobehavioral Scale (NNNS) 1 was developed as an assessment for the at-risk infant and is used in research and clinical practice.

These are infants who are at increased risk for poor developmental outcome because of insults during prenatal development, such as substance exposure or prematurity or factors such as poverty, poor Cited by:   DEFINITION High risk newborn can be defined as a newborn, regardless of birth weight, size or gestational age who has a greater than average chance of morbidity especially within the first 28 days of life.

High-risk infants can cause profound parental stress and emotional turmoil. Parents need support, special teaching, and quick access to various resources available to help them care for their baby. Parents and their high-risk infant should get to spend a night or two in a predischarge room, where care for the infant is provided away from the NICU.

Pediatr Clin North Am. Jun;40(3) The high-risk infant. Allen MC(1). Author information: (1)Department of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland.

A large number of infants are born each year with biologic or environmental risk factors that put them at increased risk for developmental disability, although most do not go on to Cited by: Stay up to date with recent advances in the NICU with Klaus and Fanaroff's Care of the High-Risk Neonate, 6th trusted neonatology reference thoroughly covers the new guidelines, equipment, drugs, and treatments that have greatly increased the /5(11).

Chapter 30 The High-Risk Newborn Acquired and Congenital Conditions Learning Objectives After studying this chapter, you should be able to: • Describe the steps involved in neonatal resuscitation.

• Explain common respiratory problems in the newborn. • Explain the causes and significance of nonphysiologic jaundice. • Describe the nursing care of the infant with.

PEDIATRIC NEWBORN MEDICINE CLINICAL PRACTICE GUIDELINES Approved By Pediatric Newborn Medicine Clinical Practice Council 5/12/16 CWN PPG 6/8/16 See Appendix A: Breastfeeding Decision Tree for high-risk infants.

PEDIATRIC NEWBORN MEDICINE CLINICAL PRACTICE GUIDELINESFile Size: KB. Merchant JR, Worwa C, Porter S, et al. Respiratory instability of term and near-term healthy newborn infants in car safety seats. Pediatrics ; Salhab WA, Khattak A, Tyson JE, et al.

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At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Click 'Topic Index' to return to the index for the current topic. Significantly revised and updated, the new 8th edition of this bestselling manual provides the latest recommendations on quality care of pregnant women, their fetuses, and their newborn infants.

Jointly developed by the AAP and ACOG, this unique resource addresses the full spectrum of perinatal medicine from obstetric and pediatric standpoints.A high-risk infant is an infant that appears well but has a much greater chance than most infants of developing a clinical problem, such as hypothermia, hypoglycaemia, apnoea, infection, etc.

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