449 A AAP. See American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) ABCs (airway, breathing, circulation), 333 Abdominal mass, 54 Abdominal radiography, 348–349 ABG. See Arterial blood gases (ABGs) Acidosis, 54, 60 as consequence of pneumothorax, 73 Acrocyanosis, 10 Activity, assessment of, 340t Acute bilirubin encephalopathy, 257 Acute life-threatening infection of blood, 287 Air blended with oxygen, 11, 26–28 heated and humidified oxygen and, 11, 29–32 Air bubbles, umbilical catheter, 127 Air embolus, 129 American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) on breastfeeding, 218 on iron supplementation, 230–231 on predischarge bilirubin measurement, 258 on routine testing for HIV infection, 307 Ampicillin, 296–298 Anemia, 54 Antibiotics, 296–299. See also Medications drug-resistant organisms and appropriate use of, 319 received by mother during labor, 316–317 Apnea, 63–68, 338. See also Respiratory distress anticipating and detecting, 64 defined, 63 discontinuing monitoring of, 67 recurrent or severe, 67 risk factors, 63–64 self-test, 66, 68 what to do when baby has, 66 what to think of when baby has, 67 Appropriate for gestational age (AGA) babies, feeding of, 223–226 Arterial blood gases (ABGs), 7, 341–342 peripheral sampling, 34–44 pneumothorax and, 71–72 reference values, 14–15 respiratory distress and, 59 when to obtain, 14 Arterial blood oxygen (Pao2), 6–7, 342, 343 compared to oxyhemoglobin saturation, 7–8 Arterial spasm, 35 Ascites, 54 Aspiration syndrome, 54 pneumothorax and, 71 Asymmetrical chest movement, 58 At-risk babies. See Sick and at-risk babies Azithromycin, 298 B Bacterial infections, 287 Bacterial pneumonia, 54 Bathing of sick and at-risk babies, 334 Bicarbonate levels, 342 Bilirubin brain damage caused by, 259 defined, 257 measurement and detection, 257–258 removal from the body, 257 Bleeding, 192 Blended oxygen and air, 11, 26–28 heated and humidified, 11, 29–32 Blocked blood flow, umbilical arterial catheter, 129 Blood exchange transfusion, 265, 269–271 Blood gas values, 341–342 Blood glucose tests, 296, 344t Blood loss, umbilical catheter, 129 Blood pressure, 167–171, 337t Blood sampling, frequent, 192 Blood volume, 64, 171 Body weight changes, 196 Bradycardia, 63, 336 Brain damage bilirubin and, 259 oxygen deprivation and, 15 Breastfeeding, 218–221 contraindications to, 219b iron supplementation with, 231 jaundice and, 262–263 Ten Steps to Successful, 218–219 Buprenorphine, 396 C Capillary blood gas measurements, 14–15 Cardiorespiratory monitor, 66 Cefotaxime, 299 Ceftriaxone, 299 Central apnea, 63 Central cyanosis, 9 Central nervous system disorders, 64 Central venous catheter, 191 Cesarean delivery blood loss and, 166 milk needed by baby after, 223 respiratory distress and, 56 CHD. See Congenital heart disease (CHD) Chest radiography, 58, 73, 82–83, 89–95, 348 Chest tube placement, 74, 93f, 94f, 103–119 Chickenpox. See Varicella-zoster virus (VZV) Chlamydial infections, 298 treatment, 298 Choanal atresia, 53 Clonidine, 396 Closed space infections, 319 Clotted catheter, 127 CMV. See Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Cold stress, 54, 56, 64 Color, assessment of, 339 Congenital heart disease (CHD), 54 neonatal transport and, 369t Congenital intrauterine infections, 288 diagnosis, 290 treatment, 301 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 14-Index_BKIII_PCEP_449-456.indd 449 6/2/21 12:14 PM BOOK 3: INDEX
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