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Even artichokes have hearts.
Hypernatremia: Risk Factors: Water deficit GI loss DI increased intake Manifestations: Na+ > 145 mEq/L Thirst, dry mucous membranes Restless, weak Orthostatic hypotension Muscle irritability, seizures Coma Interventions: Daily weight Assess CNS changes I/O Administer IVF: isotonic [restore volume] Seizure precautions Teach Na+ food sources
The baby with the broken heart
The baby with the broken heart | shawn, nolan, wooten - Sports - The Orange County Register Rare heart defect in infants called transposition of the great arteries occurs when the aorta and pulmonary artery are connected to the wrong side. Surgery can correct the problem. Here is how it is done.
The relationship of the placenta to the amniotic cavity and fetus is shown here in the case of a term infant whose mother died in an accident. The placental disk is at the left, with the maternal surface that would be attached to the uterus at the decidual plate. The baby is seen inside the amniotic cavity. The amniotic fluid in this cavity allows for fetal movement and protects the baby.
Subconjunctival hemorrhage is a frequent finding in normal newborns. It results from the breakage of small vessels during the pressure of delivery. The red area may be large or small but is always confined to the limits of the sclera. It is asymptomatic, does not affect vision, and spontaneously resolves in several days. Note also the numerous petechiae on the forehead. This infant had significant facial bruising as well as the eye finding.