Anoxia of the new-born infant
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Anoxia of the new-born infant a symposium organized by the Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences

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Published by Blackwell Scientific in Oxford .
Written in English


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Statementconsulting editors Kenneth W. Cross, Marcel Lelong, Clement A. Smith ; editors for the Council J.F. Delafresnaye, T.E. Oppé.
ContributionsCross, Kenneth W., Lelong, Marcel., Smith, Clement A., Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences.
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Pagination230p.,ill.,23cm
Number of Pages230
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Open LibraryOL18830943M

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Blood loss is another cause of anemia. Blood loss in a newborn can occur in many ways. For example, blood is lost if there is a large movement of the fetus's blood across the placenta (the organ that connects the fetus to the uterus and provides nourishment to the fetus) and into the mother's blood circulation (called fetal-maternal transfusion).). Blood can also be lost if too much blood. - It involves placing the infant in a vertical position position between the mother's breasts or next to the father's chest, so the parent's body functions as a human incubator. - Kangaroo skin-to-skin contact fosters improved oxygenation of the baby's body, temperature regulation, sleep, breastfeeding, alertness, and infant survival.   Pick up a newborn. Slide one hand under the baby's head and place your other hand under the bottom. Scoop and bring the baby close to your body. It is important that you always support the head and neck because newborns do not have strong neck muscles. If you are picking up the baby from a crib, stroller, or bed, bend at your knees and not your waist%(31). If a newborn starts running a fever, it's usually a sign of some sort of infection, and may warrant a call to the doctor. If you can't bring the fever down using at-home methods such as infant-specific acetaminophen or ibuprofen and lukewarm sponge baths, it may mean a trip to the emergency room.