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- Why is the infant below receive an injection of vitamin K within 1 hour of birth?
- How can primary and secondary apnea in the newborn be distinguished from each other?
- A 26-year-old multigravida presents in spontaneous labor at 39 weeks 3 days. She had spontaneous rupture of membranes with clear amnionic fluid and delivered spontaneously with a category I fetal heart rate tracing. The neonate was vigorous and crying immediately after delivery. What is the next best step in the management of this newborn?
- How do normal umbilical cord blood gas results differ between umbilical venous and umbilical arterial samples?
- Which of the following is the most common reason for respiratory distress in term infants?
- What is the incidence of meconium-stained amnionic fluid in term laboring women?
- Which of the following forms of cerebral palsy can result from acute peripartum ischemia?
- In order to be diagnosed with neonatal encephalopathy, a neonate must be born at a minimum of what gestational age?
- What is the single most important risk factor for cerebral palsy?
- What fetal heart abnormality predicts cerebral palsy and should thus prompt emergent intervention if present?