Newborn Cord Blood Gases | NCLEX Review 2019

Welcome to this video on newborn cord blood
gases. Umbilical cord blood gas is the most objective
way to assess a newborn’s metabolic condition at birth. It is recommended in all high-risk deliveries,
including intrapartum fever (temp>100.4), cesarean section for fetal compromise, severe
growth restriction, abnormal FHR tracing, 5-minute Apgar score

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