# Healthy Term & Sick Term Infants

Quiz by Matthew Coulson, updated more than 1 year ago
 Created by Matthew Coulson over 2 years ago
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### Description

The Healthy Term Infant and Sick Term Infant lectures compiled into one set of questions (2 lectures)

## Resource summary

### Question 1

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Pre Term = Less than [blank_start]37[blank_end] weeks gestation Term = Between [blank_start]37[blank_end] weeks and [blank_start]42[blank_end] weeks gestation Post Term = More than [blank_start]42[blank_end] weeks gestation
• 37
• 37
• 42
• 42

### Question 2

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A normal birth weight is between...
• 2.5 - 4.0kg
• 2.0 - 4.0kg
• 3.0 - 5.0kg
• 2.5 - 4.5kg

### Question 3

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A baby that is considered large has a birth weight of over [blank_start]4[blank_end] kilograms A baby that is considered small has a birth weight of under [blank_start]2.5[blank_end] kilograms
• 2.5
• 2.0
• 3.0
• 4
• 3.5
• 5

### Question 4

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Foetal hypoxia typically leads to ...
• Metabolic Acidosis
• Metabolic Alkalosis
• Respiratory Acidosis
• Respiratory Alkalosis

### Question 5

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The APGAR score is a score out of 10 given as an objective measure of perinatal adaption. What does it stand for? A = [blank_start]Appearance[blank_end] P = [blank_start]Pulse[blank_end] G = [blank_start]Grimace[blank_end] A = [blank_start]Activity[blank_end] R = [blank_start]Respiration[blank_end]
• Respiration
• Activity
• Grimace
• Pulse
• Appearance

### Question 6

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Babies are at a higher risk of [blank_start]hypothermia[blank_end] post birth
• hypothermia
• hyperthermia

### Question 7

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In the few days post birth, babies typically require a [blank_start]small[blank_end] amount of colostrum
• small
• large

### Question 8

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Haemorrhagic disease of the newborn is a major bleeding disorder which is treated by injection of which Vitamin? [blank_start]Vitamin K[blank_end]
• Vitamin K

### Question 9

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All neonates typically have their hip joints checked following birth to screen for which condition? [blank_start]Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip[blank_end]
• Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip

### Question 10

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Which 4 of the following conditions are screened for by the newborn heel prick test?
• Congenital hypothyroidism
• Cystic Fibrosis
• Sickle cell anaemia
• Maple Syrup Urine Disease
• Congenital Hyperthyroidism
• Neonatal Diabetes
• Panhypopituitarism
• Spina Bifida

### Question 11

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Cranial oedema seen in neonates is known as the [blank_start]caput[blank_end]
• caput

### Question 12

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Vision is tested in neonates by testing their [blank_start]red[blank_end] reflexes
• red

### Question 13

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Testing red reflexes in neonates is extremely important to check for [blank_start]cataracts[blank_end]
• Cataracts
• Glaucoma
• Retinal detachment
• CMV retinitis
• Herpetic Retinitis

### Question 14

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Babies affected by foetal alcohol syndrome are typically delivered [blank_start]preterm[blank_end] and are [blank_start]small[blank_end] for gestational age
• preterm
• term
• post-term
• small
• large

### Question 15

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Which pulse is the most important to palpate upon examination of the neonate? The [blank_start]Femoral[blank_end] Pulse
• Femoral

### Question 16

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When looking for Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip in newborns, which tests are conducted on the hip joint? The [blank_start]Barlow[blank_end] Test - Tries to dislocate the hip joint The [blank_start]Ortolani[blank_end] Test - Relocates the hip joint
• Barlow
• Ortolani

### Question 17

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Match the primitive reflexes to their relevant picture.
• Moro Reflex
• Sucking/Rooting Reflex
• Grasping Reflex
• Stepping/Placing Reflex
• ATNR Reflex

### Question 18

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A healthy foetal heart rate is anything greater than [blank_start]100[blank_end] BPM but less than [blank_start]160[blank_end] BPM
• 100
• 160

### Question 19

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What are the parameters of a normal neonatal respiratory rate?
• 30-50 breaths per minute
• 40-60 breaths per minute
• 60-80 breaths per minute

### Question 20

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When giving oxygen to a neonate, their O2 sats should never exceed 95% as this is dangerous
• True
• False

### Question 21

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Giving a neonate oxygen so that their O2 sats are above 95% leaves them at a high risk of becoming ...
• Blind
• Deaf
• Anosmic
• Cardiologically impaired

### Question 22

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Transient Tachypnoea can occur in preterm babies due to inadequate [blank_start]fluid[blank_end] clearance from the [blank_start]lungs[blank_end]
• lungs
• fluid

### Question 23

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Neonates in which the foetal circulation has not adapted properly (e.g. patent ductus arteriosus) typically develop which cardiovascular condition? [blank_start]Persistent Pulmonary Hypertension[blank_end] of the Newborn
• Persistent Pulmonary Hypertension

### Question 24

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If the kidneys fail to develop in a foetus, there will be insufficient production of amniotic fluid, leading to a lack of amniotic fluid within the amniotic sac known as [blank_start]oligohydramnios[blank_end]
• oligohydramnios

### Question 25

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The condition whereby the kidneys of the foetus do not develop properly is called [blank_start]Potter[blank_end] Syndrome
• Potter

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