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Manual of neonatal care / editors, John P. Cloherty ... [et al.].

Contributor(s): Cloherty, John PMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Lippincott manualPublication details: Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, c2012. Edition: 7th edDescription: xxii, 1007 p. : ill. ; 21 cmISBN: 9781608317776 (pbk.); 1608317773 (pbk.)Subject(s): Neonatology -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Infant, Newborn, Diseases -- Handbooks | Intensive Care, Neonatal -- Handbooks | Neonatology -- methods -- Handbooks | Infant, Newborn, Diseases | Intensive Care, Neonatal | Neonatology -- methodsGenre/Form: HandbookDDC classification: 618.92/.01 LOC classification: RJ251 | .M26 2012NLM classification: WS 39
Contents:
Fetal assessment and prenatal diagnosis -- Diabetes mellitus -- Thyroid disorders -- Preeclampsia and related conditions -- Resuscitation in the delivery room -- Birth trauma -- The high-risk newborn: anticipation, evaluation, management, and outcome -- Assessment of the newborn history and physical examination of the newborn -- Care of the well newborn -- Common genetic problems in the newborn -- Multiple births -- Maternal drug abuse, exposure, and withdrawal -- Care of the extremely low birth weight infant -- Developmentally supportive care -- Temperature control -- Follow-up care of very preterm and very low birth weight infants -- Neonatal transport -- Discharge planning -- Decision making and ethical dilemmas -- Management of neonatal end-of-life care and bereavement follow-up -- Nutrition -- Breastfeeding -- Fluid and electrolyte management -- Hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia -- Abnormalities of serum calcium and magnesium -- Neonatal hyperbilirubinemia -- Necrotizing enterocolitis -- Renal conditions -- Mechanical ventilation -- Blood gas and pulmonary function monitoring -- Apnea -- Transient tachypnea of the newborn -- Respiratory distress syndrome -- Bronchopulmonary dysplasia/chronic lung disease -- Meconium aspiration -- Persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn -- Pulmonary hemorrhage -- Pulmonary air leak -- Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation -- Shock -- Cardiac disorders -- Blood products used in the newborns -- Bleeding -- Neonatal thrombosis -- Anemia -- Polycythemia -- Neonatal thrombocytopenia -- Viral infections -- Bacterial and fungal infections -- Congenital toxoplasmosis -- Syphilis -- Tuberculosis -- Lyme disease -- Intracranial hemorrhage -- Perinatal asphyxia and hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy -- Neonatal seizures -- Neural tube defects -- Orthopaedic problems -- Osteopenia (metabolic bone disease) of prematurity -- Inborn errors of metabolism -- Disorders of sex development -- Surgical emergencies in the newborn -- Skin care -- Retinopathy of prematurity -- Hearing loss in neonatal intensive care unit graduates -- Common neonatal procedures -- Preventing and treating pain and stress among infants in the newborn intensive care unit -- Appendix A: Common neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) medication guidelines -- Appendix B: Effects of maternal drugs on the fetus -- Appendix C: Maternal medications and breastfeeding.
Summary: "This edition of the Manual of Neonatal Care has been completely updated and extensively revised to reflect the changes in fetal, perinatal, and neonatal care that have occurred since the sixth edition. In addition, we welcome Anne Hansen from Harvard as a new editor and collaborator. In the Manual, we describe our current and practical approaches to evaluation and management of conditions encountered in the fetus and the newborn, as practiced in high volume clinical services that include contemporary prenatal and postnatal care of infants with routine as well as complex medical and surgical problems. Although we base our practice on the best available evidence, we recognize that many areas of controversy exist, that there is often more than one approach to a problem, and that our knowledge continues to grow. Our commitment to values, including clinical excellence, multidisciplinary collaboration, teamwork, and family-centered care, is evident throughout the book. Support of families is reflected in our chapters on Breastfeeding, Developmental Care, Bereavement, and Decision Making and Ethical Dilemmas. The Children's Hospital Boston Neonatology Program at Harvard has grown to include 57 attending neonatologists and 18 fellows who care for more than 28,000 newborns delivered annually at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), the Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) (formerly the Boston Lying-In Hospital and the Boston Hospital for Women), Beverly Hospital, Saint Elizabeth's Medical Center, Holy Family Hospital, Good Samaritan Medical Center, South Shore Hospital, and Winchester Hospital"-- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Fetal assessment and prenatal diagnosis -- Diabetes mellitus -- Thyroid disorders -- Preeclampsia and related conditions -- Resuscitation in the delivery room -- Birth trauma -- The high-risk newborn: anticipation, evaluation, management, and outcome -- Assessment of the newborn history and physical examination of the newborn -- Care of the well newborn -- Common genetic problems in the newborn -- Multiple births -- Maternal drug abuse, exposure, and withdrawal -- Care of the extremely low birth weight infant -- Developmentally supportive care -- Temperature control -- Follow-up care of very preterm and very low birth weight infants -- Neonatal transport -- Discharge planning -- Decision making and ethical dilemmas -- Management of neonatal end-of-life care and bereavement follow-up -- Nutrition -- Breastfeeding -- Fluid and electrolyte management -- Hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia -- Abnormalities of serum calcium and magnesium -- Neonatal hyperbilirubinemia -- Necrotizing enterocolitis -- Renal conditions -- Mechanical ventilation -- Blood gas and pulmonary function monitoring -- Apnea -- Transient tachypnea of the newborn -- Respiratory distress syndrome -- Bronchopulmonary dysplasia/chronic lung disease -- Meconium aspiration -- Persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn -- Pulmonary hemorrhage -- Pulmonary air leak -- Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation -- Shock -- Cardiac disorders -- Blood products used in the newborns -- Bleeding -- Neonatal thrombosis -- Anemia -- Polycythemia -- Neonatal thrombocytopenia -- Viral infections -- Bacterial and fungal infections -- Congenital toxoplasmosis -- Syphilis -- Tuberculosis -- Lyme disease -- Intracranial hemorrhage -- Perinatal asphyxia and hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy -- Neonatal seizures -- Neural tube defects -- Orthopaedic problems -- Osteopenia (metabolic bone disease) of prematurity -- Inborn errors of metabolism -- Disorders of sex development -- Surgical emergencies in the newborn -- Skin care -- Retinopathy of prematurity -- Hearing loss in neonatal intensive care unit graduates -- Common neonatal procedures -- Preventing and treating pain and stress among infants in the newborn intensive care unit -- Appendix A: Common neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) medication guidelines -- Appendix B: Effects of maternal drugs on the fetus -- Appendix C: Maternal medications and breastfeeding.

"This edition of the Manual of Neonatal Care has been completely updated and extensively revised to reflect the changes in fetal, perinatal, and neonatal care that have occurred since the sixth edition. In addition, we welcome Anne Hansen from Harvard as a new editor and collaborator. In the Manual, we describe our current and practical approaches to evaluation and management of conditions encountered in the fetus and the newborn, as practiced in high volume clinical services that include contemporary prenatal and postnatal care of infants with routine as well as complex medical and surgical problems. Although we base our practice on the best available evidence, we recognize that many areas of controversy exist, that there is often more than one approach to a problem, and that our knowledge continues to grow. Our commitment to values, including clinical excellence, multidisciplinary collaboration, teamwork, and family-centered care, is evident throughout the book. Support of families is reflected in our chapters on Breastfeeding, Developmental Care, Bereavement, and Decision Making and Ethical Dilemmas. The Children's Hospital Boston Neonatology Program at Harvard has grown to include 57 attending neonatologists and 18 fellows who care for more than 28,000 newborns delivered annually at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), the Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) (formerly the Boston Lying-In Hospital and the Boston Hospital for Women), Beverly Hospital, Saint Elizabeth's Medical Center, Holy Family Hospital, Good Samaritan Medical Center, South Shore Hospital, and Winchester Hospital"-- Provided by publisher.

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