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Neonate

... neonate Definition: A neonate is ababy who isfour weeks old or younger. neonate See all Pictures & Images Overview, Causes, ...

Acrocyanosis

... (the hands and feet). Acrocyanosis is typically symmetrical. Acrocyanosis A slight cyanosis , or blueness of the hands and feet of the neonate is considered normal. This impaired ability to fully oxygen ate the extremities is due to an immature circulatory system which is still in flux. ...

Amniotic fluid

... functions for the fetus , including: ... Amniotic fluid The protective bag of fluid that surrounds the fetus while growing in the uterus . neonate ... emboitement; embolaemia; embolalia; embole; embolectomy; emboli; embolia; embolic; embolic abscess ; embolic gangrene ; embolic infarct ; ...

Brachial plexus

... of nerve s that affect the arm and hand . brachial plexus (BRAY-kee-ul PLEKS-us) ... BPH (Enlarged Prostate ) Brachial Palsy in the neonate Brachial Plexopathy Brachial Plexus Dysfunction ( Brachial Plexopathy ) Bradycardia - Tachycardia Syndrome ( Sick Sinus Syndrome ) ... ...

Irritability

... periods of some women. prepuce A covering fold of skin , such as the foreskin of the penis . Grimace, or reflex irritability : 2 if the neonate cough s, sneeze s, or vigorously cries in response to a stimulus (such as the use of nasal suctioning, stroking the back to assess for spinal ...

Klinefelter syndrome

... Klippel-Trenaunay Syndrome Klippel-Trenaunay-Weber Syndrome (Klippel-Trenaunay Syndrome ) Klumpke Paralysis (Brachial Palsy in the neonate ) Knock Knees ... Klinefelter syndrome A condition in a male characterized by having an extra X (female) chromosome and suffering from ...

Pallor

... ; pallium; pall-mall; pallometa; pallor ; ... However, pallor is still noticeable, especially in the soles and palms. Color is related to the neonate 's ability to oxygen ate its body and extremities, and is dependent on heart rate and respiration s. There are numerous causes of pallor ...

Plexus

... vessels, and an organ named the ciliary body that produces the fluid filling the eye . BPH (Enlarged Prostate ) Brachial Palsy in the neonate Brachial Plexopathy Brachial Plexus Dysfunction ( Brachial Plexopathy ) Bradycardia - Tachycardia Syndrome ( Sick Sinus Syndrome ) ... ...

Postpartum

... determined by the patient's health condition and circumstances, the content and quality of prenatal care, the conduct of labor and birth , the neonate 's condition, and the availability of qualified personnel to provide early postpartum and ... Postpartum hypopituitarism ; Postpartum ...

Respiration

... heart beats), and respiration s (counting breaths). A stethoscope is used to listen to the heart and lungs . Color is related to the neonate 's ability to oxygen ate its body and extremities, and is dependent on heart rate and respiration s. A perfectly healthy newborn will often ...

Sneeze

... with a cold sneeze s into his or her hand or blows his or her nose and then touches an object. Grimace, or reflex irritability : 2 if the neonate cough s, sneeze s, or vigorously cries in response to a stimulus (such as the use of nasal suctioning, stroking the back to assess for spinal ...

Stimulus

... smallest stimulus possible. Learning the range of normal responses requires some clinical training. Grimace, or reflex irritability : 2 if the neonate cough s, sneeze s, or vigorously cries in response to a stimulus (such as the use of nasal suctioning, stroking the back to assess for spinal ...

Thrush

... problems, diarrhoea, heartburn , anaemia, varicose veins , backache, cramps , thrush or emotional di stress . BENSON HOROWITZ, MD: The neonate can get thrush in the oral cavity , which is fairly obvious. You see white patches on the tongue of the newborn, and that looks like a yeast ...
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