Pocket Neonatology covers key information that medical students, junior medical officers (JMOs) and staff in neonatal units need ready at hand.
Pocket Neonatology offers concise, easy to navigate, quick reference information covering Infection Control, Procedures, Respiratory, CVS, Sustenance, Blood, Neurology, Surgery, Maternal, Discharge and Death .
Pocket Neonatology features 38 highly practical Procedural Videos, Examination Videos and Resuscitation and Respiratory Support videos. These videos demonstrate essential skills such as IV cannula insertion; CVL insertion; key clinical examinations; and how to support a baby with respiratory distress.
Drug dosages, Glucose infusions, the Oxygen index and Topical eye medications are available as calculators, for use in practice, and as tables to aid revision or study.
Pocket Neonatology also features personalised study notes, an image and video library and abbreviations.
The video library includes:
-Insertion of an IV cannula
-Putting on gown and gloves
-Insertion of umbilical artery and venous catheters
-Setting up to insert a peripheral silastic central venous line (CVL)
-Antiseptic preparation of an arm for CVL insertion
-Antiseptic preparation of a leg for CVL insertion
-Inserting a peripheral silastic central venous line (CVL) - right arm #1
-Inserting a peripheral silastic central venous line (CVL) - right leg
-Inserting a peripheral silastic central venous line (CVL) - right arm #2
-Measuring the CVL insertion distance
-Preparing the CVL dressing
-CVL taping and splinting #1
-CVL taping and splinting #2
-Drawing up radiocontrast
-Injecting radiocontrast for x-ray
-Pulling back a CVL
-Rethreading a CVL #1
-Rethreading a CVL #2
-Insertion of a peripheral arterial line
-animation of hip examination - normal
-animation of hip examination - dislocated (reducible)
-animation of hip examination - dislocated (non-reducible)
-animation of hip examination - dislocatable
-examination of abnormal hip
ïResuscitation and Respiratory support videos:
-The resuscitation trolley
-T-piece resuscitation device
Pocket Neonatology covers key information in a concise manner to assist in the examination, management and care of newborns in a range of settings.
- June 07, 2014 Initial release