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# NEONATAL MEDICATION CALCULATIONS

Neonatal worksheet
Dosage guideline: 4-5mg/kg/dose as IV infusion over 30min. Dont use this calculator if significant renal impairment, asphyxia, PDA, ref to protocol instead. Consider stat dose and check levels for babies with possible renal impairment including acute renal failure, indomethaciin, birth asphyxia, etc.[PDF]
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Basic Medication
Medication Calculations You have an order to administer phenytoin (Dilantin) oral suspension 100 mg TID per feeding tube Dilantin oral suspension is supplied to you in a 5 mL bottle which contains 125 mg/mL. How many mL per dose will you administer? You can use either method below (or an alternate method) to determine the answer
NICU Conversions and Calculations - Verywell Family
Nov 11, 2019Nutrition Calculations. Of course, each baby is unique and each doctor has a different approach to calorie management. Typically, babies need 100 calories - 150 calories per kilogram of weight each day. (Every baby is different, so ask your NICU to better understand what calculations
NICU Neonatal Tutorials: Drug Infusions - calculating
Sep 21, 2012Working with drug infusions where solution concentration is made up proportional to the patient's weight The advantage of this approach is that the rate in ml/hr will be the same regardless of patient weight as long as you use the same volume of solution to add the drug to (eg 1mg/kg of morphine in 50ml of 10% dextrose = 20 micrograms/kg/ml).
Videos of neonatal medication calculations
Click to view on YouTube11:00Pediatric Medication Calculations - 4 Step Method Made EASY111K views · Sep 4, 2017YouTube › RN KidClick to view on YouTube7:00Common Newborn Medications Administration 201317K views · Jan 4, 2014YouTube › Ashok DeorariClick to view on YouTube14:22Safe Dose Dosage Range Pediatric Calculations Nursing Drug Math (Video 7)216K views · Sep 13, 2016YouTube › RegisteredNurseRNSee more videos of neonatal medication calculations
drug calculations - NICU / Neonatal - allnurses
Nov 28, 2010anyone can recommend a website for drug calculations esp for small dosage. For ex when dose ordered comes out to 0 and you have to add saline and end up giving 0.7 ml. Meds such as lasix, phenobarb, decadron.
Neonatal Drug Calculations Practice Tests
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has accepted for review the New Drug Application (NDA) for stannsoporfin (Mallinckrodt) for the treatment of neonates at risk for developing severe hyperbilirubinemia Neonatal drug calculations practice tests. If approved, this would be the first pharmacologic treatment indicated for neonatal jaundice . .
MedCalc: Neonatal Fluids, Electrolytes, Nutrition Calculator
Lipid calories (kcal/kg/day) = Lipid Goal (g/kg/d) x 2 Created by: Charles Hu Created: Tuesday, October 24, 2000 Last Modified:
NICU Tools: Paediatric Calculators
Apr 28, 2019A free source of browser-based neonatal and infant calculators Nicutools is here to provide clinicians with a range of useful calculators to help them care for newborn infants. And for parents and caregivers of young infants we have developed the well-known BabyCheck into an online tool to help assess the severity of their infant's illness.[PDF]
Medication Calculation Practice Problems
A 4 month-old infant who weighs 7 kilograms has an order for 8 mg of ranitidine po b.i.d. The recommended dosage range for this medication is 1 to 4 mg/kg per 24 hours. A nurse should recognize that the dosage ordered is a. within the normal range. b. People also askWhat do neonatal ICU levels mean?What do neonatal ICU levels mean?A hospital neonatalICUthat provides specialized care for premature babies and babies with critical illness. LevelIII units routinely provide ongoing assisted ventilation, have ready access to a full range of pediatric medical subspecialists, and have advanced imaging with interpretation on an urgent basis;What do Neonatal ICU levels mean? | Ohh BabySee all results for this questionWhat are the risk factors for neonatal jaundice?What are the risk factors for neonatal jaundice?Risks factors include the following:Having siblings who have had neonatal jaundice.Having parents of East Asian or Mediterranean descent.Preterm babies.Newborns with feeding difficulties/poor feeding.Mother with diabetes... (more items)What Is Jaundice in Newborns? Definition, Symptoms, CausesSee all results for this questionIs current management of neonatal jaundice evidence based?Is current management of neonatal jaundice evidence based?The management of neonatal jaundice is based on consensus, not on firm evidence. The essence of management is to educate parents and professionals, to identify infants at particular risk, to treat moderately severe jaundice proactively, and to identify and treat co-morbidity.Is current management of neonatal jaundice evidence basedSee all results for this questionAre cases of neonatal jaundice common?Are cases of neonatal jaundice common?In many cases there is no specific underlying disorder (physiologic). In other cases it results from red blood cell breakdown, liver disease, infection, hypothyroidism, or metabolic disorders (pathologic). A bilirubin level more than 34 μmol/l (2 mg/dL) may be visible.Neonatal jaundice - WikipediaSee all results for this questionFeedback
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