Chapter 11 Neonates
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Chorioamnionitis is caused by:
Which of the following are routes of HIV infections in the fetus and neonate?
2. Ascending route
3. Breast milk
4. Contact with maternal secretions
- Breast milk
- Contact with maternal secretions
Which of the following drugs is not used in the treatment of AIDS or its complications?
Hepatitis, jaundice, hepatosplenomegaly, and neurologic abnormalities are symptoms of which of the following fetal infections?
Dissemenated herpes simplex
Under what circumstances should prophylactic broad-spectrum antibiotics be administered to a neonate?
Amniotic sac rupture over 24 hours before delivery
A fetus receives immunity from the mother by which of the following antibodies?
Which of the following are clinical signs of an esophageal-tracheal anomaly?
1. Accumulation of oral secretions
2. Sporadic respiratory distress
3. Regurgitation of feedings
4. Absence of bowel sounds
5. Tracheal deviation
- Accumulation of oral secretions
- Sporadic respiratory distress
- Regurgitation of feedings
The probable diagnosis of a neonate delivered with polyhydramnios, a flat abdomen, and respiratory distress is:
A higher systolic blood pressure in the right arm over either leg would indicate which of the following?
Coarctation of the aorta
Which of the following heart defects is not compatible with life when an abnormal opening between the right and left heart does not exist?
Transposition of the great vessels
With which of the following cardiac anomalies would one expect an increased lung compliance?
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