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CASE STUDY 1: NEWBORN 1-3 Questions and Suggested Answers 1. Discuss the reason for Jerod being delivered by caesarean section. The decision to deliver Jerod by caesarean section was made to protect the integrity of the myelomeningocele from the stress of labor and a vaginal delivery.

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4/22/2008 MDCH NBS Program 2 Newborn Screening Goals Newborn Screening Goals •Quick identification of newborns with rare, • Quick identification of newborns with rare, serious, but treatable disorders serious, but treatable disorders •Early diagnosis and treatment of affected • Early ...

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Newborn Resuscitation Initiating Chest Compressions Rationale: Newborn CPR is different than Infant CPR and not generally included in EMT class.

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the newborn,and meconium aspiration syndrome) in the newborn and their related nursing care. ■ Discuss selected metabolic abnormalities (including cold stress and hypoglycemia),their

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Since October 31, 1988, all babies born in Wisconsin are being tested for sickle cell disease through the Newborn Screening Program. Ask your doctor for the results of your baby's newborn screening tests.

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Things Parents Want to Know About Newborn Screening From Their Child's Health Professional 7 Newborn Screening Disorders What parents want to know about newborn screenings disorders. 141 Northwest Point Boulevard Elk Grove Village, Illinois 60007 847/434-4000

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Newborn Skin Rashes COMPETENCIES: The resident should be able to: Recognize presenting signs and symptoms of a neonatal herpes simplex virus infection Recognize erythema toxicum and characteristics of its lesions Recognize transient neonatal pustular melanosis Know commonly seen rashes in the ...

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Failsafe in the NHS Newborn Blood Spot Screening Programme Page 2 Introduction The UK National Screening Committee (UK NSC) is developing Quality Assurance (QA) processes across all the national non-cancer screening programmes in the English NHS.

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Department of Neonatal Medicine Protocol Book Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Transcutaneous Bilirubinometers to screen for jaundice in the well term infant Introduction The incidence of clinical jaundice in newborn infants is reported to be as high as 60 to 80 per cent during the first days ...


VOL. io8, No. 3 Massive Calcification of the Brain ina Newborn Infant 529 had a peculiar vertical striated appearance. The remainder of the cranial vault was normal.

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