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Title Common problems in the newborn nursery : an evidence and case-based guide / edited by Gilbert I. Martin, Warren Rosenfeld
Imprint Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2019
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Descript 1 online resource (xi, 242 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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Note 1. Post Resuscitation Care of the Depressed Newborn -- 2. Newborn Birth Injuries -- 3. Visual Diagnosis in the Newborn -- 4. Common Dermatological Conditions in the Newborn -- 5. Evaluation and Management of the Late Pre-Term Infant -- 6. Jaundice in the Newborn -- 7. Neonatal Bacterial Infections -- 8. Viral Infections in the Nursery -- 9. Anemia in the Nursery: When to Observe, When to Treat, and When to Refer -- 10. Neonatal Hypoglycemia -- 11. Disorders of Calcium, Phosphorous and Magnesium in the Newborn -- 12. Nutrition in the Newborn -- 13. Cardiology in the Newborn Nursery -- 14. Diagnosis and Management of Nursery Arrhythmia -- 15. Gastrointestinal Problems in the Newborn Nursery -- 16. Hypotonia in the Newborn -- 17. The Jittery Baby and Seizures -- 18. Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip -- 19. Ambiguous Genitalia and Problems with Sexual Differentiation -- 20. Dilemmas: Eye Problems in the Newborn -- 21. Hearing Assessment in the Newborn Infant
This comprehensive book thoroughly addresses common clinical challenges in newborns, providing an evidence-based, step-by-step approach for their diagnosis and management. Common Problems in the Newborn Nursery is designed to be an easy-to-use, practical guide, covering a full range of clinical dilemmas: bacterial and viral infections, jaundice, hypoglycemia, hypotonia, nursery arrhythmia, developmental dysplasia of the hips, newborn feeding, cardiac problems, late preterm infants, dermatology, anemia, birth injuries, ocular issues, as well as hearing assessments in the newborn. Written by experts in their fields, each chapter begins with a clinical case presentation, followed by a discussion of potential treatment and management decisions and various differential diagnosis. Correct responses will then be explained and supported by evidence-based literature, teaching readers how to discern the normal from the abnormal, the emergent from the non-emergent, and how to make decisions concerning diagnosis encountered on a daily basis. While this guide is directed towards health care providers such as pediatricians, primary care physicians, and nurse practitioners who treat newborns in the general nursery, this book will also serve as a useful resource for anyone interested in working with this vulnerable patient population, from nursing and medical students, to nurses, and residents in pediatrics or family practice
Host Item Springer eBooks
Subject Newborn infants -- Diseases
Newborn infants -- Hospital care
Maternal and Child Health
Alt Author Martin, Gilbert I., editor
Rosenfeld, Warren, editor
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