Apgar score

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an assessment of the physical condition of a newborn infant

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Material and Methods: All term neonates with 37 completed weeks of gestation and APGAR score less than 7 were included in the study.
Table 2: The Effect of combined analgesia on labor duration and Apgar score of study population
Parameters such as maternal hemodynamics, block characteristics, side effects, and neonatal Apgar scores were recorded.
Factors associated with pneumothorax are male sex, lower birth weight, prematurity, low Apgar score, and previous lung disease in the immediate perinatal period.
5%) Control Group 03 47 03/50(06%) Table 6: Comparison of Apgar Score at 5 mins.
APGAR score less than 7, admission to neonatal intensive care unit, respiratory distress syndrome, anemia, jaundice, and neonatal death, are the common neonatal complications.
On the other hand, newborns with birth weights below the 10th percentile who had an ultrasound before birth that found them to be appropriately grown were at no greater risk of neonatal death or low Apgar score than were newborns with normal birth weights (aOR, 1.
Hospital records of newborn infants who met the inclusion criteria were retrieved and the following data were collected: birth weight, gender, gestational age, growth, Apgar score, resuscitation required, time to spontaneous respiration, arterial blood gas done within the first hour of birth, and the diagnosis of HIE.
The condition of the baby on a Apgar score is 7-8, the doctor said.
The secondary aim was to assess whether cranberry usage during pregnancy was associated with selected pregnancy outcomes such as stillbirth/neonatal death, low birth weight, preterm birth, low Apgar score, neonatal infections and maternal vaginal bleeding.
These include a low Apgar score at 5 and 10 minutes after birth; high acid level (called acidemia) in the umbilical artery; major organ failure; and an MRI scan showing a particular pattern of cerebral injury, according to the new report.
Maternal age and morbidity, early rupture of membranes, birth weigth, gestational week, gender, APGAR score, hospitalization reasons in the neonatal period, requirement for intensive care, frequency of congenital anomaly, outpatient follow-up status, rehospitalization and socioeconomic levels were interrogated in the patients.