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Same gestational age SGA AGA LGA
MUSCLE TONE POSTURE
heel to ear
Ear Formation - Cartilage Development
HEEL STICK WARM HEEL
nus alveoli BREAST STRUCTURE
EXPULSION OF MILK REFRIGERATOR USE 48 hrs FREEZER 0 degrees for 6mos -20 up to 2 yrs. Gentle mix will separate
LOOKING FOR LUNCH
Another reason to breastfeed. Immune benefits to neonate !
NEWBORN NORMAL LAB VALUES Hgb: 15.5 – 21.5 Hct: 40-54 RBC: 4.4 – 6.4 WBC: 18,000
Breast feeding – the best for baby
There will Always be those that Don’t understand Breast feeding !!
Assessment of Gestational Age
Highlights of the Neonatal Assessment. Newborn Assessment Newborn historical data Gestational Age assessment Head to toe PE.
Essentials of Maternity, Newborn, and Women’s Health Nursing Chapter 18 Nursing Management of the Newborn.
Neonatal Examination and Assessment 1)History 2)Examination: In Delivery Room: a)Color: - Cyanosis - Pallor - Acrocyanosis - Differential Cyanosis b)Meconium-
Copyright 2005 Thomson Delmar Learning. Thomson and Delmar Learning are trademarks used herein under license. NEWBORN CARE CHAPTER 54 Part 2.
Nursing Care for the Newborn (( The Assessment )) p By : Mohammad Abuadas RN, MSN.
Newborn By Mohamed Reda Bassiouny, M.D.
The Newborn Assessment
6-3 The Postnatal Period.
Breast feeding and working mothers. We need to work as early as possible !!!!
Breast Feeding vs. Bottle Feeding
Neonatal Gestational Age Assessment
Newborn Nutrition Dr. Twila Brown. Newborns’ Nutritional Needs Calorie requirements 105 to 108 kcal/kg/day Fluid requirements 140 to 160 mL/kg/day Weight.
Pumping and Storage How to Express Breast Milk and Keep It Fresh.
Neurobehavioral Assessment of the Newborn 2003 Sourasky Tel-Medical Center1 Neurobehavioral Assessment of the Newborn Prof. Shaul Harel.
Opportunities to Promote Breastfeeding Preconception Education in school systems Pediatric and adolescent visits Gynecologic visits Breast examinations.
POSTNATAL PERIOD. Examining the Newborn Apgar Scale- Pulse/heart rate Respiration Skin color Muscle tone Reflex.
Nursing the Baby Nurse as soon as possible after birth Comfortable position & support breast Tummy to tummy hold Wait until mouth opens wide (stimulate)
Unit 3- The Newborn. Agenda- March 9 th 1. To Begin… What kinds of things do you think happen after a baby is born? What kind of hospital care is implemented?
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