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New born by Mind Map: New born

1. Breastfeeding difficulties

1.1. Premature newborns with law birth weight

1.2. Cleft palate and cleft lip

1.3. Reflux disease

1.3.1. gastroesophageal

1.3.2. Severe spitting up

1.3.3. Projectile vomiting

1.3.4. Inconsolable crying

1.3.5. Arching of the back

1.3.6. Refusal to drink milk from the breast

1.3.7. Waking up often at night

1.3.8. Slow weight gain

1.3.9. problems swallowing

2. Antenatal visits

2.1. The first visit after 12 weeks of pregnancy

2.1.1. Blood pressure test

2.1.2. Collect blood sample

2.1.3. Urine test

2.2. Next vist is every 4-6 weeks up to 36 weeks

3. Scream after birth

3.1. Expansion of the lungs

3.2. Physiological aspects

3.2.1. hypoxia during birth

3.2.2. Temperature difference between the womb and the delivery room

3.2.3. Environmental change

4. The APGAR score

4.1. A: Appearance, P: Pulse, G: Grimace, A: Activity, R: Respiration.

4.2. It is given twice, after 1 minute of birth and 5 minutes

4.3. 2 is the best score

5. Full term

5.1. refers to the gestation having lasted between (37 weeks to 40weeks) or 9 months

5.2. Preterm : Born before completing 37 week

5.3. Post term : from week 42 events

6. Birth measurements

6.1. Weight: between 2,5 grams and 4,0grams

6.2. Length: 50 centimeters

6.3. Head circumference: 35 centimeters

7. Growth chart

8. Congenital anomalies

8.1. Major

8.1.1. Hypospadias

8.1.2. Ventricular septal defect

8.1.3. Congenital dislocation of the hip

8.1.4. Down syndrome

8.1.5. Neural tube defects

8.1.5.1. spina bifida

8.1.5.2. anencephaly

8.1.5.3. encephalocele

8.2. Minor

8.2.1. have no functional or major cosmetic importance

9. Breastfeeding

9.1. Benefits for the mother

9.1.1. Reduces the risk of ovarian cancer, breast cancer and type 2 diabetes

9.1.2. Helps in losing weight after birth

9.1.3. Produces more favorable glucose levels, lipid metabolism, and blood pressure

9.1.4. calms the mother down

9.2. Benefits for the infant

9.2.1. Promotes sensory and cognitive development

9.2.2. Protects against infectious and chronic disease

9.2.3. Reduces mortality

9.2.4. Reduces odds of sudden infant death syndrome

9.2.5. A quicker recovery during illness

9.2.6. Reduces occurrence of obesity and childhood metabolic disease

9.2.7. Reduces the risk of developing childhood cancer

9.2.8. Prevent such diseases like type 2 diabetes and leukemia

10. Postnatal care

10.1. The first visit after 6-8 weeks after birth.

10.2. History taking

10.3. Monitoring physical parameters of growth

10.4. Developmental/behavioral assessment

10.5. Physical examination

10.6. Screening tests and procedures

10.7. Anticipatory guidance

10.8. Administration of immunizations

11. Immunization

11.1. Vaccination immunization work by stimulating the immune system

11.2. National immunization program

11.2.1. Immune compromised individuals

11.2.2. Vaccines for special professions

11.2.3. Vaccination for control of communicable disease outbreaks

11.3. The immunization schedule in UAE