345 A AAP. See American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) ABCDs (airway, breathing, circulation, drugs), 131 Abdominal circumference, 43 Abnormal labor progress, 8–9 Acidosis, 74, 256 Acoustic stimulation test, 68, 79 Acrocyanosis, 144 AGA. See Appropriate for gestational age (AGA) babies American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), 106, 293–294 Anemia extremely preterm babies, 237 preterm babies, 225 Antepartum risk factors, 134b Apgar score, 103, 209–214 Apnea extremely preterm babies, 237 preterm babies, 225 Appropriate for gestational age (AGA) babies, 219–220, 231–232 Asphyxia, 155 At-risk baby, 101–103 prevention of hypoglycemia in, 292 At-risk/high-risk pregnancy, 5–6 factors in, 6–9 findings in, 10 importance of determining, 9 monitoring of, 63–64 Axillary temperature, 254 B Babies, newborn acrocyanosis in, 144 Apgar score, 103, 209–214 characteristics of well, 100–101 electronic cardiorespiratory monitoring of, 110–117 gestational age and size (See Gestational age and size) heart rate, 143–144, 150 heat loss, 136, 251–253 hypoglycemia in (See Hypoglycemia) post-term (See Post-term babies) preterm (See Preterm babies) pulse oximetry of, 118–124 respirations, 142 resuscitation of (See Newborn resuscitation) term, 138, 223, 231–232 thermal environment for (See Thermal environment) umbilical cord clamping and cutting in, 137 what to do immediately after birth, 138–139 Bags for resuscitation, flow-inflating, 172–174 self-inflating, 172–173 Beta-blockers, 290 Bilirubin levels, 225 Biophysical profile, fetal, 11, 59–60 modified, 11, 60–61 Biparietal diameter, 42 Birth injury, 228 Blood glucose screenings, 300–305 Blood volume expander, 148 Bradycardia, 72, 152, 225 Breastfeeding, 292 Brown fat, 251 C Caloric requirements and tempera- ture control, 259 CARDIO mnemonic, 147b Cardiovascular disease, 7 Chest compressions, 146–147, 150, 151, 201–204 Chill or cold stress, 256, 267 Choanal atresia, 152 Chronic lung disease, 238 Conductive heat loss, 251 Congenital infections, 228 Congenital malformations, 228 hypoglycemia and, 290 Continuous electronic cardiorespira- tory monitoring, 110–117 Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), 155 Contraction stress test, 11, 57–59 Convective heat loss, 251 CPAP. See Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) Crown-rump length, 42 D Delivery. See also Labor abnormal labor progress and difficult, 8–9 fetal maturity assessment before, 44–45 management of oxygen in the delivery setting, 169–170 planned, 46 preparation for every, 136–137 preparation for high-risk, 13–14 skin-to-skin holding after, 104–105 supplies for every, 137–138 what to do immediately after, 138–139 Dextrose highly concentrated, 294 infusion higher than 12.5%, 294 oral gel, 294 stopping IV, 294 Diabetes mellitus, maternal, 289 Diaphragmatic hernia, 152 Doppler device, handheld, 37 E EDD. See Estimated delivery date (EDD) Electronic fetal monitoring interpretation of findings of, 69–79 methods of, 64–68 Emergency medications, 146–148, 205–208 Endotracheal intubation, 150, 185–200 Epinephrine, 147–148, 150, 151 Equipment for resuscitation, essential, 138t Estimated delivery date (EDD), 35–36 Evaporation, 252 Extended resuscitation care, 156–158 Extremely preterm babies, 234–238 F FAD. See Fetal activity determination (FAD) Fasted babies, hypoglycemia in, 290 Page numbers followed by f indicate a figure. Page numbers followed by t indicate a table. Page numbers followed by b indicate a box. Index 11-Index_BKI_PCEP_345-350.indd 345 5/29/21 8:15 PM BOOK 1: INDEX
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