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Physical Assessment of the Newborn, Sixth Edition : A Comprehensive Approach to the Art of Physical Examination.

By: Tappero, Ellen P., DNP, RN, NNP-BC.
Contributor(s): Honeyfield, Mary Ellen, DNP, RN, NNP-BC.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2018Copyright date: ©2019Edition: 6th ed.Description: 1 online resource (328 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780826174512.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Physical Assessment of the Newborn, Sixth Edition : A Comprehensive Approach to the Art of Physical ExaminationDDC classification: 618.92/01 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Share Physical Assessment of the Newborn: A Comprehensive Approach to the Art of Physical Examination, Sixth Edition -- Chapter 1: Principles of Physical Assessment -- Techniques of Physical Assessment -- Observation -- Auscultation -- Palpation -- Percussion -- Transillumination -- Timing of the Examination -- Basics of Physical Assessment -- A Sample Approach -- Observation -- Auscultation -- Palpation -- Head-to-Toe Examination -- The Integrated Examination -- Equipment -- Ophthalmoscope -- Stethoscope -- Otoscope -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 2: Recording and Evaluating the Neonatal History -- Importance of the History -- The Supplemental Interview -- Elements of a Complete History -- Identifying Data -- Chief Complaint -- Interim History -- Antepartum History -- Obstetric History -- Intrapartum History -- Maternal Medical History -- Family Medical History -- Social History -- Remaining Elements -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 3: Gestational Age Assessment -- Historical Perspective -- Physical Assessment -- Anterior Vascular Capsule of the Lens -- Neuromuscular and Physical Criteria -- Scoring the Physical Examination -- Timing of the Physical Examination -- Evaluation of Growth Indices -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 4: Skin Assessment -- Anatomy and Physiology -- Beginning the Examination -- Recognizing Common Variations in Newborn Skin -- Color Variations -- Common Newborn Skin Lesions -- Common Pigmented Skin Lesions -- Skin Lesions Secondary to Trauma -- Vascular Skin Lesions -- Miscellaneous Skin Lesions -- Inspecting the Nails -- Absence or Atrophy of Nails -- Hypertrophy of Nails -- Abnormally Shaped Nails -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 5: Head, Eyes, Ears, Nose, Mouth, and Neck Assessment -- Cranium -- Head Shape.
Skull -- Scalp Hair -- Head Size -- Face -- Ears -- Eyes -- Nose -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 6: Chest and Lung Assessment -- Landmarks and Structure -- Reference Lines -- History -- Inspection -- General -- Respirations -- Components of the Chest and Respiratory System Airways -- Auscultation -- Normal Breath Sounds -- Adventitious Sounds -- Percussion -- Palpation -- Clavicle -- Breast Tissue -- Sternum and Ribs -- Overall Structure -- Transillumination -- Assessment During Mechanical Ventilation -- Conventional Ventilation -- Patient-Triggered Ventilation -- High-Frequency Ventilation -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 7: Cardiovascular Assessment -- Reviewing Maternal, Family, and Birth Histories -- Observing Appearance and Behavior -- Inspecting Skin and Mucous Membranes -- Polycythemia -- Cyanosis -- Pallor/Mottling/Perfusion -- Edema -- Observing Breathing Patterns -- Palpating Peripheral Pulses -- Pulse Rate/Rhythm -- Pulse Volume/Character -- Inspecting and Palpating the Chest -- Precordium -- Apical Impulse -- Heaves, Taps, and Thrills -- Auscultating to Assess Cardiovascular Status -- Heart Rate -- Cardiac Rhythm and Regularity -- Heart Sounds -- Ejection Clicks -- Murmurs -- Palpating the Liver -- Evaluating Blood Pressure -- Monitoring Methods -- Normal Values -- Screening for CHD With Pulse Oximetry -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 8: Abdominal Assessment -- Review of Pregnancy and Delivery History -- Inspection -- Skin -- Shape and Movement -- Umbilical Cord -- Abdominal-Wall Defects -- Gastroschisis -- Perianal Area -- Auscultation -- Palpation -- Organs -- Masses -- Groin and Femoral Area -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 9: Genitourinary Assessment -- History Review -- Related Findings -- Normal Physical Examination -- Abdomen -- Male Genitalia -- Female Genitalia -- Abnormal Findings on Abdominal Examination.
Abdominal Distention -- Abdominal-Wall Defects -- Umbilical Cord Anomalies -- Abnormalities of the Male Genitalia -- The Penis -- The Scrotum -- Abnormalities of the Female Genitalia -- Disorders of Sexual Development -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 10: Musculoskeletal System Assessment -- Prenatal History -- General Survey -- Measurements -- Weight -- Length -- Head Circumference -- Chest Circumference -- Observation -- Palpation -- Neck -- Upper Extremities -- Clavicles -- Humerus -- Elbow, Forearm, and Wrist -- Hand -- Spine -- Lower Extremities -- Hips -- Legs -- Ankles and Feet -- Musculoskeletal Anomalies -- Anomalies of the Neck -- Upper Extremity Anomalies -- Lower Extremity Anomalies -- Conditions Affecting Upper and/or Lower Extremities -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 11: Neurologic Assessment -- Maternal and Family History -- Observation -- Examination of the Head -- Motor Examination -- Phasic Tone -- Postural Tone -- Abnormalities of Tone -- Assessment of Developmental Reflexes -- Sucking Reflex -- Rooting Reflex -- Palmar Grasp -- Tonic Neck Reflex -- Moro Reflex -- Stepping Reflex -- Truncal Incurvation (Galant) Reflex -- Babinski Reflex -- Assessment of Sensory Function -- Evaluation of the Cranial Nerves -- Olfactory-Cranial Nerve I -- Optic-Cranial Nerve II -- Oculomotor, Trochlear, and Abducens-Cranial Nerves III, IV, VI -- Trigeminal-Cranial Nerve V -- Facial-Cranial Nerve VII -- Auditory-Cranial Nerve VIII -- Glossopharyngeal-Cranial Nerve IX -- Vagus-Cranial Nerve X -- Accessory-Cranial Nerve XI -- Hypoglossal-Cranial Nerve XII -- Assessment of the Autonomic Nervous System -- Abnormalities -- Neonatal Encephalopathy -- Maternal Drug Use -- Neuromuscular Disorders -- Spinal Cord Injuries -- Defects in Closure of the Anterior Neural Tube -- Defects in Closure of the Posterior Neural Tube -- Intracranial Hemorrhage.
Primary Subarachnoid Hemorrhage -- Subdural Hemorrhage -- Periventricular-Intraventricular Hemorrhage -- Extracranial Hemorrhage -- Meningitis -- Seizures -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 12: Behavioral Assessment -- Approach to Behavioral Assessment -- Identifying States of Consciousness -- Sleep States -- Transitional State -- Awake States -- Maintenance of State -- Organization -- Recognizing the Sensory Threshold -- Observing Behavioral Cues -- Habituation -- Response to Stimuli -- Visual Stimuli -- Auditory Stimuli -- Evaluating Consolability -- Identifying Temperament -- Term Newborn Behavioral Assessment -- Case Assessment of a Full-Term Infant -- Preterm Infant Behavior Assessment -- Case Assessment of a Healthy Preterm Infant -- Case Assessments of Immature Preterm Infants -- Other Emerging Infant Assessment Tools -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 13: Assessment of the Dysmorphic Infant -- Maternal and Family Histories -- Physical Examination -- Appearance and Posture -- Skin -- Head -- Neck -- Face -- Eyes -- Ears -- Nose and Mouth -- Chest -- Abdomen -- Genitalia -- Anus -- Extremities -- Trunk and Spine -- Sharing Findings With Parents -- Problems in Morphogenesis -- Genetics -- Syndromes -- Trisomy 21 (Down Syndrome) -- Trisomy 18 (Edwards Syndrome) -- Trisomy 13 (Patau Syndrome) -- 45,X (Turner Syndrome) -- Digeorge Syndrome -- Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome -- Charge Syndrome -- Sequences -- Potter Oligohydramnios Sequence -- Amniotic Band Sequence -- Arthrogryposis (Multiple Joint Fixations) -- Pierre Robin Sequence -- Associations -- VATER/VACTERL Association -- Teratogens -- Fetal Cocaine Exposure -- Anticonvulsants -- Infants of Diabetic Mothers -- Infectious Diseases -- Resources -- Online Resources for Birth Defect Information -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 14: Pain Assessment in the Newborn -- Approach to Pain Assessment.
Data Collection -- Systematic Approach to Evaluation -- Documentation -- Assessment of Pain -- Behavioral Indicators -- Physiologic Indicators -- Assessment Tools -- Special Populations -- Elga Infants -- Neurologically Impaired Infants -- Pharmacologically Paralyzed or Sedated Infants -- Infants With Persistent or Chronic Pain -- Infants Exposed to Psychotropic Medications -- Infants Undergoing Opioid Weaning -- Infants at End of Life -- Infants With Diseases or Conditions Warranting Pain Assessment -- Parents' Views on Pain -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 15: Assessment of the Newborn With Antenatal Exposure to Drugs -- Assessment and Identification -- Maternal Risk Factors -- Newborn Risk Factors -- Biologic Specimens -- Impact on the Fetus -- Alcohol -- Nicotine -- Cocaine -- Amphetamines -- Marijuana -- Opioids -- Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome -- Clinical Presentation -- Assessment Tools -- Summary -- References -- Appendix A: Antepartum Tests and Intrapartum Monitoring -- Common Antepartum Tests -- Alpha-Fetoprotein Level -- Amniocentesis -- Assessment of Fetal Activity -- Biophysical Profile -- Chorionic Villus Sampling -- Contraction Stress Test -- Doppler Velocimetry -- Fetal Fibronectin Levels -- Hemoglobin A1C Levels -- Human Placental Lactogen Levels -- Lecithin-Sphingomyelin Ratio -- Lung Profile -- Maternal Serum Estriol Levels -- Noninvasive Prenatal Screening -- Nonstress Test -- Shake Test -- Ultrasound -- Unconjugated Estriol and Human Chorionic Gonadotropin Levels -- Intrapartal Monitoring -- Cord Blood Gases -- FHR Monitoring -- pH of Umbilical and/or Fetal Scalp Blood -- References -- Glossary of Terms -- Glossary Compiled and Verified Using the Following Sources -- Index.
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Share Physical Assessment of the Newborn: A Comprehensive Approach to the Art of Physical Examination, Sixth Edition -- Chapter 1: Principles of Physical Assessment -- Techniques of Physical Assessment -- Observation -- Auscultation -- Palpation -- Percussion -- Transillumination -- Timing of the Examination -- Basics of Physical Assessment -- A Sample Approach -- Observation -- Auscultation -- Palpation -- Head-to-Toe Examination -- The Integrated Examination -- Equipment -- Ophthalmoscope -- Stethoscope -- Otoscope -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 2: Recording and Evaluating the Neonatal History -- Importance of the History -- The Supplemental Interview -- Elements of a Complete History -- Identifying Data -- Chief Complaint -- Interim History -- Antepartum History -- Obstetric History -- Intrapartum History -- Maternal Medical History -- Family Medical History -- Social History -- Remaining Elements -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 3: Gestational Age Assessment -- Historical Perspective -- Physical Assessment -- Anterior Vascular Capsule of the Lens -- Neuromuscular and Physical Criteria -- Scoring the Physical Examination -- Timing of the Physical Examination -- Evaluation of Growth Indices -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 4: Skin Assessment -- Anatomy and Physiology -- Beginning the Examination -- Recognizing Common Variations in Newborn Skin -- Color Variations -- Common Newborn Skin Lesions -- Common Pigmented Skin Lesions -- Skin Lesions Secondary to Trauma -- Vascular Skin Lesions -- Miscellaneous Skin Lesions -- Inspecting the Nails -- Absence or Atrophy of Nails -- Hypertrophy of Nails -- Abnormally Shaped Nails -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 5: Head, Eyes, Ears, Nose, Mouth, and Neck Assessment -- Cranium -- Head Shape.

Skull -- Scalp Hair -- Head Size -- Face -- Ears -- Eyes -- Nose -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 6: Chest and Lung Assessment -- Landmarks and Structure -- Reference Lines -- History -- Inspection -- General -- Respirations -- Components of the Chest and Respiratory System Airways -- Auscultation -- Normal Breath Sounds -- Adventitious Sounds -- Percussion -- Palpation -- Clavicle -- Breast Tissue -- Sternum and Ribs -- Overall Structure -- Transillumination -- Assessment During Mechanical Ventilation -- Conventional Ventilation -- Patient-Triggered Ventilation -- High-Frequency Ventilation -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 7: Cardiovascular Assessment -- Reviewing Maternal, Family, and Birth Histories -- Observing Appearance and Behavior -- Inspecting Skin and Mucous Membranes -- Polycythemia -- Cyanosis -- Pallor/Mottling/Perfusion -- Edema -- Observing Breathing Patterns -- Palpating Peripheral Pulses -- Pulse Rate/Rhythm -- Pulse Volume/Character -- Inspecting and Palpating the Chest -- Precordium -- Apical Impulse -- Heaves, Taps, and Thrills -- Auscultating to Assess Cardiovascular Status -- Heart Rate -- Cardiac Rhythm and Regularity -- Heart Sounds -- Ejection Clicks -- Murmurs -- Palpating the Liver -- Evaluating Blood Pressure -- Monitoring Methods -- Normal Values -- Screening for CHD With Pulse Oximetry -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 8: Abdominal Assessment -- Review of Pregnancy and Delivery History -- Inspection -- Skin -- Shape and Movement -- Umbilical Cord -- Abdominal-Wall Defects -- Gastroschisis -- Perianal Area -- Auscultation -- Palpation -- Organs -- Masses -- Groin and Femoral Area -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 9: Genitourinary Assessment -- History Review -- Related Findings -- Normal Physical Examination -- Abdomen -- Male Genitalia -- Female Genitalia -- Abnormal Findings on Abdominal Examination.

Abdominal Distention -- Abdominal-Wall Defects -- Umbilical Cord Anomalies -- Abnormalities of the Male Genitalia -- The Penis -- The Scrotum -- Abnormalities of the Female Genitalia -- Disorders of Sexual Development -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 10: Musculoskeletal System Assessment -- Prenatal History -- General Survey -- Measurements -- Weight -- Length -- Head Circumference -- Chest Circumference -- Observation -- Palpation -- Neck -- Upper Extremities -- Clavicles -- Humerus -- Elbow, Forearm, and Wrist -- Hand -- Spine -- Lower Extremities -- Hips -- Legs -- Ankles and Feet -- Musculoskeletal Anomalies -- Anomalies of the Neck -- Upper Extremity Anomalies -- Lower Extremity Anomalies -- Conditions Affecting Upper and/or Lower Extremities -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 11: Neurologic Assessment -- Maternal and Family History -- Observation -- Examination of the Head -- Motor Examination -- Phasic Tone -- Postural Tone -- Abnormalities of Tone -- Assessment of Developmental Reflexes -- Sucking Reflex -- Rooting Reflex -- Palmar Grasp -- Tonic Neck Reflex -- Moro Reflex -- Stepping Reflex -- Truncal Incurvation (Galant) Reflex -- Babinski Reflex -- Assessment of Sensory Function -- Evaluation of the Cranial Nerves -- Olfactory-Cranial Nerve I -- Optic-Cranial Nerve II -- Oculomotor, Trochlear, and Abducens-Cranial Nerves III, IV, VI -- Trigeminal-Cranial Nerve V -- Facial-Cranial Nerve VII -- Auditory-Cranial Nerve VIII -- Glossopharyngeal-Cranial Nerve IX -- Vagus-Cranial Nerve X -- Accessory-Cranial Nerve XI -- Hypoglossal-Cranial Nerve XII -- Assessment of the Autonomic Nervous System -- Abnormalities -- Neonatal Encephalopathy -- Maternal Drug Use -- Neuromuscular Disorders -- Spinal Cord Injuries -- Defects in Closure of the Anterior Neural Tube -- Defects in Closure of the Posterior Neural Tube -- Intracranial Hemorrhage.

Primary Subarachnoid Hemorrhage -- Subdural Hemorrhage -- Periventricular-Intraventricular Hemorrhage -- Extracranial Hemorrhage -- Meningitis -- Seizures -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 12: Behavioral Assessment -- Approach to Behavioral Assessment -- Identifying States of Consciousness -- Sleep States -- Transitional State -- Awake States -- Maintenance of State -- Organization -- Recognizing the Sensory Threshold -- Observing Behavioral Cues -- Habituation -- Response to Stimuli -- Visual Stimuli -- Auditory Stimuli -- Evaluating Consolability -- Identifying Temperament -- Term Newborn Behavioral Assessment -- Case Assessment of a Full-Term Infant -- Preterm Infant Behavior Assessment -- Case Assessment of a Healthy Preterm Infant -- Case Assessments of Immature Preterm Infants -- Other Emerging Infant Assessment Tools -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 13: Assessment of the Dysmorphic Infant -- Maternal and Family Histories -- Physical Examination -- Appearance and Posture -- Skin -- Head -- Neck -- Face -- Eyes -- Ears -- Nose and Mouth -- Chest -- Abdomen -- Genitalia -- Anus -- Extremities -- Trunk and Spine -- Sharing Findings With Parents -- Problems in Morphogenesis -- Genetics -- Syndromes -- Trisomy 21 (Down Syndrome) -- Trisomy 18 (Edwards Syndrome) -- Trisomy 13 (Patau Syndrome) -- 45,X (Turner Syndrome) -- Digeorge Syndrome -- Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome -- Charge Syndrome -- Sequences -- Potter Oligohydramnios Sequence -- Amniotic Band Sequence -- Arthrogryposis (Multiple Joint Fixations) -- Pierre Robin Sequence -- Associations -- VATER/VACTERL Association -- Teratogens -- Fetal Cocaine Exposure -- Anticonvulsants -- Infants of Diabetic Mothers -- Infectious Diseases -- Resources -- Online Resources for Birth Defect Information -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 14: Pain Assessment in the Newborn -- Approach to Pain Assessment.

Data Collection -- Systematic Approach to Evaluation -- Documentation -- Assessment of Pain -- Behavioral Indicators -- Physiologic Indicators -- Assessment Tools -- Special Populations -- Elga Infants -- Neurologically Impaired Infants -- Pharmacologically Paralyzed or Sedated Infants -- Infants With Persistent or Chronic Pain -- Infants Exposed to Psychotropic Medications -- Infants Undergoing Opioid Weaning -- Infants at End of Life -- Infants With Diseases or Conditions Warranting Pain Assessment -- Parents' Views on Pain -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 15: Assessment of the Newborn With Antenatal Exposure to Drugs -- Assessment and Identification -- Maternal Risk Factors -- Newborn Risk Factors -- Biologic Specimens -- Impact on the Fetus -- Alcohol -- Nicotine -- Cocaine -- Amphetamines -- Marijuana -- Opioids -- Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome -- Clinical Presentation -- Assessment Tools -- Summary -- References -- Appendix A: Antepartum Tests and Intrapartum Monitoring -- Common Antepartum Tests -- Alpha-Fetoprotein Level -- Amniocentesis -- Assessment of Fetal Activity -- Biophysical Profile -- Chorionic Villus Sampling -- Contraction Stress Test -- Doppler Velocimetry -- Fetal Fibronectin Levels -- Hemoglobin A1C Levels -- Human Placental Lactogen Levels -- Lecithin-Sphingomyelin Ratio -- Lung Profile -- Maternal Serum Estriol Levels -- Noninvasive Prenatal Screening -- Nonstress Test -- Shake Test -- Ultrasound -- Unconjugated Estriol and Human Chorionic Gonadotropin Levels -- Intrapartal Monitoring -- Cord Blood Gases -- FHR Monitoring -- pH of Umbilical and/or Fetal Scalp Blood -- References -- Glossary of Terms -- Glossary Compiled and Verified Using the Following Sources -- Index.

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