Apgar


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Apgar

(fam) Apgar score. V. score.
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400 & 500 Apgar Drive are strategically located within a mixed-use business park less than one mile from I-287 Exit 12, offering exceptional labor access and proximity to the New Jersey Tumpike/l-95 and the East Coast's largest port," Schmidt noted.
Material and Methods: All term neonates with 37 completed weeks of gestation and APGAR score less than 7 were included in the study.
The birth was normal and she followed all protocols, resulting in the birth of a cognitively intact baby, as evidenced by the child's Apgar scores.
The Apgar scores at minutes 1 and 5in the abnormal AT group were lower than those in the normal AT group.
In a similar study by Shivani [4] in low risk group in nonreactive traces 50% had low Apgar in reactive group, 100% had good Apgar in high risk cases in reactive.
When considered individually, a significant relationship existed between mortality and the birth weight, gestation age, Apgar scores at one and five minutes, type of pneumothorax, IVH, pulmonary hemorrhage, and steroid use [Table 2].
Apgar scores at 1st minute were affected significantly by fetal body weight (p=0.
Sophie Apgar, a student in the International High School program, is the daughter of Karen and Brian Apgar.
In my study 89% neonates had APGAR Score greater than 7 at 5 minutes while 11% neonates had APGAR Score less than 7 at 5 minutes.