Clinical Pathology of Pregnancy: The Newborn Infant ebook
by Maurice N. Cauchi,etc.
24 c. SBN: 0713144335.
The Clinical pathology of pregnancy and the newborn infant, Maurice N. CauchiGwendolyn L. Gilbert, James B. Brown ; with a foreword by Roger Pepperell. 24 c. Subject(s): Pregnancy, Complications of Pregnant women - DiseasesDDC classification: 61. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.
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This book is a great overview of pregnancy, childbirth, and the newborn - just as you would expect from the title. This book begins with information on interviewing doctors, evaluating hospitals, and choosing a doula. com/ to help me with this process.
Cases were classified as if illness occurred in a pregnant woman or an infant aged .
Cases were classified as if illness occurred in a pregnant woman or an infant aged <28 days. Of 758 reported Listeria cases, 128 (1. %) were. Maternal infection resulted in four neonatal deaths and 26 (2. %) fetal losses. Initial chest radiographs revealed a wide spectrum of patterns. These included changes usually associated with the respiratory distress syndrome, extensive pneumonia, and small infiltrates as well as a normal appearance.
This category reflects the organization of International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, 10th Revision. Generally, diseases outlined within the ICD-10 codes O00-O99 should be included in this category.
2 Newborn infants are less capable of responding to infection because of 1 or more immunologic deficiencies. 3 Coexisting conditions often complicate the diagnosis and management of neonatal infections. 5 Maternal infection that is the source of transplacental fetal infection is often undiagnosed during pregnancy because the mother was either asymptomatic or had nonspecific signs and symptoms at the time of acute infection. 6 A wide variety of etiologic agents infect the newborn, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, protozoa, and mycoplasmas.
This book will be the first unified and comprehensive source of reference for childhood heart disease .
This book will be the first unified and comprehensive source of reference for childhood heart disease, covering the full field of paediatric cardiac pathology, in one volume. Comprising the twenty-five year experience of a single pathologist, the full spectrum of the pathology of heart disease, from the fetus to the adult, is uniquely presented here.
These newborn were compared to control groups and the results were discussed on the grounds of literature. Out of 100 newborn with neurological pathology, 65% presented with pathological neurological examination and 35% with normal neurological examination. The 65 newborn with pathological neurological examination had hypotonia, decreased deep tendon reflexes, decreased or absence of superficial reflexes in 40 cases. Hyperactivity, hypertonia and tremors were observed in 25 cases. Coma was present in 6 of these newborn with apathy and hypotonia. Seizures were present in 41 cases.
This typically includes a history of the pregnancy and a physical exam from head to toe, as well as measurements of length and weight.
Infants are usually born at term, or after 37 to 42 weeks of gestation. Approximately 10% of births are preterm, occurring prior to 37 completed weeks of pregnancy. The Apgar score is typically used to gauge the clinical status of newborn infants at one and five minutes after birth using the following parameters: heart rate, respiratory effort, muscle tone, reflex irritability to tactile stimulation, and skin color. This typically includes a history of the pregnancy and a physical exam from head to toe, as well as measurements of length and weight. Presence of vital signs at birth. Miscarriage (spontaneous abortion).