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The High Risk Newborn and Family

By Askin, Debbie Fraser

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Title: The High Risk Newborn and Family  
Author: Askin, Debbie Fraser
Language: English
Subject: Programming, Medical, Neonatology
Collections: Technical Books Center
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TOC : Administration of Medication - Assessment (Newborn), - Birth of a Child with a Physical Defect - Defect, Birth Injuries - Bodily Injury - Clinical Assessment of Gestational Age - Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia - Discharge Planning and Home Care - Esophageal Atresia with Tracheoesophageal Fistula, - Family-Centered Home Care - Gastroschisis - Hyperbilirubinemia, - Hypocalcemia - Hypoglycemia - Immunizations - Infant Mortality - Latex Allergy - Maintaining Healthy Skin - Malformations of the Central Nervous System - Nursing Care of the Surgical Neonate, - Omphalocele - Pain Assessment; Pain Management - Problems Caused by Perinatal Environmental Factors - Promotion of Parent-Infant Bonding - Attachment.


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