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Acute care of at-risk newborns : a resource and learning tool for health care professionals / edited by Jill E. Boulton, MD, FRCPC [and three others].

Contributor(s): E. Boulton, Jill [editor.]Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Oxford University Press, [2021]Edition: 2nd editionDescription: 1 online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780197525258; 9780197525241Subject(s): Neonatal intensive care | Newborn infants -- Medical care | Newborn infants -- DiseasesAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Acute care of at-risk newbornsNLM classification: WS421
Contents:
TransitionGet accessArrow --- The ACoRN ProcessGet accessArrow --- RespiratoryGet accessArrow --- CardiovascularGet accessArrow --- Neurology --- Surgical ConditionsGet accessArrow --- Fluid and GlucoseGet accessArrow --- JaundiceGet accessArrow --- ThermoregulationGet accessArrow --- nfectionGet accessArrow --- TransportGet accessArrow
Summary: "ACoRN (short for Acute Care of at-Risk Newborns) was developed by an expert group of Canadian neonatal care providers and educators. Since launching in 2005, ACoRN has been taught across Canada and internationally, in formats varying from 1- to 3-day local, regional, or provincial/territorial workshops to module-based learning over a period of weeks. As with many education programs, ACoRN has evolved from didactic sessions and tabletop simulations to the hands-on, simulation-based workshops utilized today. Updates to the first edition of the text were published in 2010 and 2012 to add new content (on therapeutic hypothermia, for example)"-- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

TransitionGet accessArrow --- The ACoRN ProcessGet accessArrow --- RespiratoryGet accessArrow --- CardiovascularGet accessArrow --- Neurology --- Surgical ConditionsGet accessArrow --- Fluid and GlucoseGet accessArrow --- JaundiceGet accessArrow --- ThermoregulationGet accessArrow --- nfectionGet accessArrow --- TransportGet accessArrow

"ACoRN (short for Acute Care of at-Risk Newborns) was developed by an expert group of Canadian neonatal care providers and educators. Since launching in 2005, ACoRN has been taught across Canada and internationally, in formats varying from 1- to 3-day local, regional, or provincial/territorial workshops to module-based learning over a period of weeks. As with many education programs, ACoRN has evolved from didactic sessions and tabletop simulations to the hands-on, simulation-based workshops utilized today. Updates to the first edition of the text were published in 2010 and 2012 to add new content (on therapeutic hypothermia, for example)"-- Provided by publisher.

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