Assisted Ventilation of the Neonate

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Jay P. Goldsmith, Edward H. Karotkin
Saunders, 1981 - Artificial respiration - 390 pages

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Contents

INTRODUCTION TO ASSISTED VENTILATION
1
PHYSIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES
18
RESUSCITATION
49
PULMONARY CARE
67
NURSING CARE
80
PRESSURE
101
VOLUMECYCLED
128
NEGATIVE PRESSURE VENTILATORS
152
Infant Static Lung Volumes
356
HemoglobinOxygen Dissociation Curves
357
RightLeft Shunt Curves
358
Neonatal Cardiac Arrest Record
359
Care of the Newborn in the Delivery Room
360
A Assessment of Gestational Age
361
B Classification of Newborns Based on Maturity and Intrauterine Growth
362
Recommendations for Oxygen Therapy
363

CONTINUOUS DISTENDING PRESSURE
163
COMPLICATIONS
181
MONITORING
207
13
223
PHARMACOLOGIC ADJUNCTS
239
15
253
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM MORBIDITY
269
17
285
SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF THE AIRWAY
301
INTRAOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT
316
19
330
APPENDICES
351
Arterial Blood Gas Values in Normal FullTerm and Premature Infants
354
Compliance and Resistance in the Infant Respiratory System
355
Allens Test
364
Oxygen Tension in Cord Blood and in Arterial Blood at Different Ages During the Neonatal Period
365
Base Excess BE in Cord Blood and in Arterial Blood at Different Ages in the Neonatal Period
366
SigaardAndersen Blood Acid Base Alignment Nomogram
367
Patient Transport Data
368
Blood Pressure in Newborn Infants
369
Blood Chemistries A Normal blood chemistry values term infants
370
B Normal blood chemistry values low birth weight infants capillary blood first day
371
Hemoglobins
372
Platelets
373
Cerebrospinal Fluid Values in Healthy Newborns
374
INDEX
375
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