Neonatal/Pediatric

  1. APGAR score of 0-3 requires..
    Immediate resuscitation and ventilatory assistance
  2. APGAR score 7-10 requires..
    Routine observation, suctioning with bulb syringe, drying the infant, placing under warmer
  3. APGAR score 4-6 requires..
    Stimulation and O2 administration
  4. What scores 0 points on APGAR score?
    • Absent HR
    • Absent respiratory effort
    • Pale, blue body
    • No reflex response
    • Limp
  5. What scores 2 points on the APGAR score?
    • HR>100
    • Strong cry
    • Totally pink
    • Sneezes/coughs
    • Active flexion
  6. What scores 1 point on the APGAR score?
    • HR<100
    • Slow, irregular RR
    • Peripheral cyanosis
    • Grimacing
    • Some flexion
  7. L:S ratio indicating surfactant deficiency
    Less than 2:1
  8. Normal infant PcO2 (capillary)
    40-50 mmHg
  9. Normal infant PaO2
    50-70 mmHg
  10. Normal temp
    97.6 F axillary
  11. Normal BP
    • Systolic: 35-70 mmHg
    • Diastolic: 15-45 mmHg
  12. Normal HR
    100-160 beats/min
  13. Normal RR
    30-60/min
  14. Normal gestational age
    38-42 weeks
  15. What does the Ballard score determine?
    Baby's gestational age
  16. What does the Silverman score determine?
    Severity of infant respiratory distress
  17. When is APGAR score done?
    1 min and 5 min after birth
  18. APGAR categories
    • A- appearance/color
    • P- pulse/HR
    • G- grimace/reflex irritability
    • A- activity/muscle tone
    • R- respiration/respiratory effort
  19. Normal APGAR score
    7-10
Author
illuminadia
ID
347643
Card Set
Neonatal/Pediatric
Description
TMC test review
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