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Apgar score

[′ap·gär ‚skȯr]
(medicine)
An index used to evaluate a newborn infant's physical condition based on a rating of 0-2 for each of five criteria: heart rate, respiratory effort, muscle tone, response to stimulation, and skin color.
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Scientists have claimed that how a baby performs in Apgar health tests immediately after birth dictates how well they will do in school.
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The continuing value of the Apgar score for the assessment of newborn infants.
Yenidogan agirligi [less than or equal to] 2 500 g olan olgular DDA, besinci dakika Apgar skoru <7 olanlar dusuk Apgar skorlu olarak kabul edildi.
dakika APGAR skoru, resusitasyon islemi uygulanip uygulanmadigi, NEK tanisi almadan once bebegin mekanik ventilasyon tedavisi alip almadigi ve kac gun tedaviye devam edildigi, hastalik oncesi kac kez kan transfuzyonu yapildigi, kan degisimi uygulanma oykusu, hastalik oncesi beslenme sekli (anne sutu, formula) kayit edildi.
Also an extensive review of 25,069 births found that the duration of the second stage was not significantly associated with the risk of a low Apgar score or admission to a special care baby unit [10].
Early neonatal morbidity was assessed by 1) Apgar score less than 7 at 5 minutes postnatal, 2) transfer of the newborn to NICU, and 3) 'serious' resuscitation (endo-tracheal intubation, positive pressure ventilation, cardiopulmonary resuscitation).
Risk Intelligence: Learning to Manage What We Don't Know, by David Apgar, 2006, Cambridge, MA: Harvard Business School Press.
There were no significant differences in length of second stage labour, Apgar scores or use of pethidine.
Hospital records of newborn infants who met the inclusion criteria were retrieved and the following data were collected: birth weight, gender, gestational age, growth, Apgar score, resuscitation required, time to spontaneous respiration, arterial blood gas done within the first hour of birth, and the diagnosis of HIE.
Major finding: There were no significant differences between 2004-2008 and 2010 data in 5-minute APGAR scores (8.
dakika APGAR skorunun <7 olmasi ve asidemi (arter kan gazinda pH <7,00 veya baz acigi >12 mmol/L) ile birlikte seyreden akut hipoksi gorulmesi ile koyuldu.