Extremely Low Birth Weight <1,000g (2.2lbs)

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Extremely Low Birth Weight <1,000g (2.2lbs) by Mind Map: Extremely Low Birth Weight <1,000g (2.2lbs)

1. Hyperbilirubinemia

1.1. Phototherapy

1.1.1. color, CBC

2. Hypothermia

2.1. Coverings

2.1.1. assess temperature, fluid loss

2.2. Warmed Blankets

2.2.1. assess temperature, fluid loss

2.3. Radiant Warmer

2.3.1. assess temperature, fluid loss

2.4. Doublewall Incubator

2.4.1. assess temperature, fluid loss

2.5. Skin to Skin

2.5.1. monitor mother/child bonding, temperature changes

3. Hypoglycemia

3.1. early feeding

3.1.1. monitor blood glucose

3.2. IV glucose

3.2.1. assess blood glucose

4. Fluids and Electrolyte Deficits

4.1. Restrict (not hold) 1st day

4.1.1. Assess Insensible water loss

4.1.2. Assess weight loss

4.1.3. Assess extracellular fluid balance

4.2. Place IV line/D5W

4.2.1. Weigh stool and voids

4.2.2. Assess Renal Function

4.2.3. Assess Urine Flow

4.2.4. Assess serum

5. Impaired Nutrition

5.1. Total Parenteral Nutrition

5.1.1. assess feeding intolerance

6. Respiratory Distress

6.1. Intubation

6.1.1. assess PO2%, color, refill, nasal flaring, retraction, pH, ABG

6.2. O2 Therapy

6.2.1. assess PO2%, color, refill, nasal flaring, retraction, pH, ABG

6.3. Surfactant Therapy

6.3.1. assess PO2%, color, refill, nasal flaring, retraction, pH, ABG

7. Infection

7.1. stby Antibiotic therapy

7.1.1. CBC lab

7.1.2. Blood Culture

7.2. Care team hygiene

7.2.1. Enforcing policy

7.2.2. patient free of infection

7.3. Aseptic technique

7.3.1. Enforcing policy

7.3.2. patient free of infection