What's needed for a NewbornWhat is needed for a newborn?
Provide information about neo-monthly yellow fever to a parent or caregiver that meets their needs and aspirations. Attention should be paid to ensuring that there is no need for parent or caregiver concern. Designate infants as those who more frequently experience significant hyperbilirubinemia if they have any of the following:
Three For all babies: One, two. Do not use any of the following methods to forecast significant hyperbilirubinemia: 1.2. If you have a baby with presumed or apparent Jaundice in the first 24 h of your baby's lifetime, keep measuring the levels of blood glucose every 6 h until the value is 1.2.
Use 15 Measuring infants for blood glucose: 1.2. For infants 35 or older years of gestation and over 24 hrs of age: 1.3. Provide information to parent or caregiver on the management of hyperbilirubinemia, including: For infants that are clinical good, have a pregnancy gestation period of 38 W or more, are more than 24 H and have a lower than phototherapeutic thresholds but within 50 micromoles/litre of the thresholds (see thresholds chart and thresholds diagrams), replicate the measurements of borrubin as follows:
Consider enhanced phototherapy for the management of significant hyperbilirubinemia in infants if any of the following applies[new 2016]: 1.4. Provide oral and oral information on photo therapy to a parent or guardian, as well as all of the following: Stay away from extra liquids during phototherapy: Do not give infants who are breast fed any extra liquids. In case of intensive phototherapy: Continuation of nursing period/support so that nursing can begin again after completion of work.
Isolate infants with hyperbilirubinemia as having an elevated probability of development of kernicterus if they have any of the following conditions: For infants with significant hyperbilirubinemia, in conjunction with a full diagnostic evaluation by a properly qualified medical practitioner, all of the following testing shall be performed as part of a basic medical condition evaluation (see thresholds chart and thresholds graphs): 1.6.
For infants with 37 week or older of gestation with more than 14 day yellow eyes, for infants with less than 37 week of gestation with more than 21 day yellow eyes: 2 Provide information about IVIG to parent or guardian, including: Provide information to parent or guardian about swap transfusions, including:
Use a double volume replacement infusion to handle infants: 1.9. Do not use any of the following to control hyperbilirubinemia: