Which Of The Following May Be Associated With Delayed Cord Clamping In Vigorous Preterm Newborns?
There are many benefits that come with delayed umbilical cord clamping in preterm infants. These include improved circulation, less need for blood transfusions and lower rates of necrotizing enterocolitis or intra ventricular hemorrhage.
What Time Frame Should Be Used To Administer Intravenous Epinephrine?
When given quickly, epinephrine can be administered every 3–5 minutes if the heart rate remains less than 60 bpm. The recommended intravenous dose of this drug is 0.01 mg/kg or 1 ml for those weighing between 50-100 lb; however it may need up to 20 ml for larger people who weigh 200 lb.