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1223. Guidelines on the management of abnormal liver blood tests

either acute or chronic liver dysfunction it can also be caused by vitamin K deficiency as seen in fat malabsorption and chronic cholestasis. A reduction in platelets, termed thrombocytopenia, is the most common haematological abnormality found in patients with chronic liver disease and is an indicator of advanced disease. Multiple factors culminate in a low platelet count: decreased production, splenic sequestration and increased destruction. Decreased production is a consequence of bone marrow (...) there are no data on the most likely causes of an isolated raised ALP in an asymptomatic population, the the most common cause is likely to be vitamin D deficiency, or normal increase seen in childhood due to rapid growth. Other causes include Paget’s disease and bony metastases. If doubt still exists, the use of electrophoresis to separate the isoenzymes of ALP can differentiate hepatic from non-hepatic causes of increased ALP . AST and ALT are enzymes present in hepatocytes and are released into the blood

2017 British Society of Gastroenterology

1224. Normal birth

and head circumference · Recommend phytomenadione (vitamin K/ Konakion® ) 1 mg IM · Offer Hepatitis B vaccine (as per local policy) · Environment that promotes newborn physiological adaptation · Uninterrupted skin to skin contact for at least 1 hour or after first feed · Woman and baby are not separated or left alone · Minimal interference in maternal/baby bonding · Support to breastfeed (if method of choice) Third and fourth stage in the low risk mother and baby Care is woman centred and includes (...) Normal birth Maternity and Neonatal C linical G uideline Queensland Health Normal birth Queensland Clinical Guideline: Normal birth Refer to online version, destroy printed copies after use Page 2 of 42 Document title: Normal birth Publication date: November 2017 Document number: MN17.25-V3-R22 Document supplement: The document supplement is integral to and should be read in conjunction Amendments: Amendment date: Replaces document: Author: Audience: Review date: Endorsed by: Contact

2017 Queensland Health

1225. Early pregnancy loss

Early pregnancy loss Maternity and Neonatal C linical G uideline Queensland Health Early pregnancy loss Queensland Clinical Guideline: Early pregnancy loss Document title: Early pregnancy loss Publication date: May 2017 Document number: MN17.29-V5-R22 Document supplement: The document supplement is integral to and should be read in conjunction with this guideline Amendments: Full version history is supplied in the document supplement Amendment date: May 2018 Replaces document: MN17.29-V4-R22 (...) Author: Queensland Clinical Guidelines Audience: Health professionals in Queensland public and private maternity and neonatal services Review date: May 2022 Endorsed by: Queensland Clinical Guidelines Steering Committee Statewide Maternity and Neonatal Clinical Network (Queensland) Contact: Email: Guidelines@health.qld.gov.au URL: www.health.qld.gov.au/qcg Disclaimer This guideline is intended as a guide and provided for information purposes only. The information has been prepared using

2017 Queensland Health

1226. Flowchart: Normal birth, Third and fourth stages

every 15 minutes for first 2 hours · Temperature and HR within 1 hour of birth Non-urgent care (after first feed) · Weight, length and head circumference · Recommend phytomenadione (vitamin K/ Konakion® ) 1 mg IM · Offer Hepatitis B vaccine (as per local policy) · Environment that promotes newborn physiological adaptation · Uninterrupted skin to skin contact for at least 1 hour or after first feed · Woman and baby are not separated or left alone · Minimal interference in maternal/baby bonding (...) care Third stage From birth of baby to birth of placenta/membranes Management · Modified active: recommend for all births o Oxytocin 10 IU IM after birth of baby o Wait at least 1–3 minutes after birth or for cord pulsation to cease and then clamp and cut cord o Controlled cord traction and uterine guarding after signs of separation o Prolonged after 30 minutes · Physiological o Suitable for well women without risk factors o Placenta birthed by maternal effort/gravity o Oxytocin not administered o

2017 Queensland Health

1227. Primary & Secondary Prevention of CVD

. 52–56 This risk is increased: • When the affected individual is a first-degree relative. • With the higher number of family members with CVD. • With the younger the age at which family members develop CVD. • If the affected individual is an identical twin. • If there is a maternal history of MI than a paternal history of MI. 57,58 • When there is a history of MI in second degree relatives. 59 • If there is a parental history of premature stroke. 60,61 Despite earlier referral and treatment

2017 Ministry of Health, Malaysia

1228. WHO recommendations on newborn health

of four in a series; the others relate to maternal, child and adolescent health. The objective of this document is to make available WHO recommendations on newborn health in one easy-to-access document for WHO staff, policy-makers, programme managers, and health professionals. The compilation can also help better define gaps to prioritize guideline updates. This document is meant to respond to the questions: ¦ What health interventions should be the newborn and young infants 37.5 o C, (7) temperature (...) be encouraged. Source ¦ ¦ Preterm and low-birth-weight babies should be identified immediately after birth and should be provided special care as per existing WHO guidelines. Source Neonatal vitamin A supplementation ¦ ¦ At the present time, neonatal vitamin A supplementation (that is, supplementation within the first 28 days after birth) is not recommended as a public health intervention to reduce infant morbidity and mortality. (Strong recommendation, moderate evidence for mortality- related outcomes

2017 World Health Organisation Guidelines

1229. WHO recommendations on child health

Abbreviations v Introduction 1 Promotion of child health and prevention of childhood illnesses 3 1. Immunization 3 2. Breastfeeding 9 3. Complementary feeding 10 4. Micronutrients (vitamins and minerals) 10 5. Care for development 12 6. Handwashing and water and sanitation 12 7. Malaria prevention 13 8. Prevention of TB in children 13 9. Prevention of HIV in children 14 10. Non-communicable diseases prevention 18 Management of childhood illnesses 20 11. Pneumonia and other respiratory illnesses 20 12 (...) World Health Organization WPV wild poliovirus Z pyrazinamide1 Introduction This publication on WHO recommendations related to child health is one of four in a series; the others relate to newborn, maternal and adolescent health. The objective of this document is to make available WHO recommendations on child health in one easy-to-access document for WHO staff, policy-makers, programme managers, and health professionals. The compilation can also help better define gaps to prioritize guideline updates

2017 World Health Organisation Guidelines

1231. Diagnosis, Treatment, and Long-Term Management of Kawasaki Disease: A Scientific Statement for Health Professionals From the American Heart Association Full Text available with Trip Pro

that the risk for KD might be linked to perinatal exposures, including older maternal age, maternal group B streptococcal colonization, and hospitalization in early infancy for a bacterial illness, which was associated with a 2.8-fold higher risk. Epidemiological analyses have correlated the incidence of KD cases in Japan, Hawaii, and San Diego with tropospheric wind currents originating in northeastern China, which suggests that a wind-borne agent could trigger the illness. , The case fatality rate in KD

2017 American Heart Association

1232. Probiotics and Prebiotics

? Possibly lowering blood lipid levels The increase in colonic bifidobacteria has been assumed to benefit human health by producing compounds to inhibit potential pathogens, by reducing blood ammonia levels, and by producing vitamins and digestive enzymes. Synbiotics are appropriate combinations of prebiotics and probiotics. A synbiotic product exerts both a prebiotic and probiotic effect. 1.3 Genera, species, and strains used as probiotics A probiotic strain is identified by the genus, species

2017 World Gastroenterology Organisation

1234. Management of Pregnancy in Patients With Complex Congenital Heart Disease: A Scientific Statement for Healthcare Professionals From the American Heart Association Full Text available with Trip Pro

maternal osteoporosis, heparin-induced thrombocytopenia, and bleeding Maternal platelet and coagulation status monitoring (as appropriate) Yes Vitamin K antagonists Warfarin X Fetal warfarin syndrome (craniofacial and skeletal anomalies) with exposure in weeks 6–9; fetal intracranial hemorrhage in second and third trimesters Comprehensive fetal sonography at 18–20 wk of gestation Yes Teratogenicity appears to be related to doses >5 mg daily Antiplatelet agents Aspirin (full dose)Clopidogrel D (third (...) in adult CHD is available. , , This team includes a cardiologist, a high-risk obstetrician, an anesthesiologist, and a neonatologist. Additional providers, including a geneticist, an advanced practice nurse, a social worker, and an ethicist, should be identified to assist in the coordination of care as required. Early coordination and ongoing communication between members of the multidisciplinary team are crucial to optimizing maternal outcomes. Prenatal care is individualized on the basis

2017 American Heart Association

1235. Vaginal Seeding

of pathogenic bacteria, regulate development of the gut, and produce vitamins for the host ( ). Cesarean delivery, antenatal and intrapartum antibiotics, and formula feeding may interrupt the natural maternal-to-neonatal bacterial transfer during the critical early period of neonatal immune development. Commensal bacteria present in breast milk and maternal areolar skin bacteria contribute to the early seeding of the infant gut. A prospective longitudinal study of 107 healthy infant and woman pairs (...) protocol. Conclusion It has been hypothesized that the increasing prevalence of childhood asthma, atopic disease, and other immune disorders may be the result of the increasing incidence of cesarean delivery, which may prevent natural colonization of the neonatal gut with maternal vaginal flora. It is also possible that antenatal and intrapartum antibiotics as well as formula feeding may contribute to this dysbiosis. This hypothesis is supported solely by small retrospective studies. If the hypothesis

2017 American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

1237. Recommendations for practices utilizing gestational carriers: a committee opinion

. Certain situations may dictate the use of a carrier older than 45 years of age, but all parties involvedmustbeinformedaboutthepotential risks of pregnancy with advancing maternal age. 3. Ideally, the carrier should have had at least one, term, uncomplicated pregnancy before being considered as a gestational carrier for another couple. 4. Ideally, the carrier should not have had more thanatotalof?vepreviousdeliveriesorthree deliveries via cesarean section. 5. Ideally,thecarriershouldhaveastablefamily (...) should be discussed before treatment. f. Behaviorofthegestationalcarrier:Individuals who smoke, consume alcohol (>1 drink per day), or have other potentially harmful habits should not be considered as gestational car- riers. Activity of the carrier (travel, exercise, diet, sexual activity, vitamin supplements, etc.) should be discussed between the parties and agreed upon in advance of treatment. g. Compensation to the gestational carrier: Compensation to the gestational carrier should be agreed upon

2017 Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology

1238. Human Milk Storage Information for Home Use for Full-Term Infants

indefinitely from bacterial contamination, although enzymatic processes inherent in food could persist, with possible changes in milk quality. Fat, protein, and calories decrease in human milk when frozen for 90 days compared to fresh human milk. Frozen human milk has a significant increase in acidity by 3 months, likely due to ongoing lipase activity, that increases free fatty acids in the milk. Based on a few studies with very small samples sizes, vitamin E appears stable in frozen milk over time (...) , and vitamin C levels decrease significantly after 1–5 months of storage. , There is a paucity of research on how freezer storage affects nearly all vitamins and minerals in human milk. Bioactive factors in human milk variably diminish with freezing. Lactoferrin levels and bioactivity are significantly lower in human milk frozen at −20°C for 3 months. , , However, several cytokines, IgA and growth factors from colostrum are stable for at least 6 months at −20°C (−4°F). , One trial evaluating milk frozen

2017 Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine

1239. Supplementary Feedings in the Healthy Term Breastfed Neonate Full Text available with Trip Pro

to the needs of an individual patient. Definitions Used in This Protocol • Exclusive breastfeeding: Feeding only breast milk (at the breast or own mothers' expressed breast milk), no food or water except vitamins, minerals, and medications. • Supplementary feedings: Additional fluids provided to a breastfed infant before 6 months (recommended duration of exclusive breastfeeding). These fluids may include donor human milk, infant formula, or other breast milk substitutes (e.g., glucose water (...) days) with 97.5% having regained their birth weight by 21 days. Infants should be followed closely to identify those who lie outside the predicted pattern, but the majority of those breastfed infants will not require supplementation. It should also be noted that excess newborn weight loss is correlated with positive maternal intrapartum fluid balance (received through intravenous fluids) and may not be directly indicative of breastfeeding success or failure. , Early management of the new

2017 Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine

1240. American College of Rheumatology Guideline for the Prevention and Treatment of Glucocorticoid-Induced Osteoporosis

. We used a group consensus process to determine the final recommendations and grade their strength. Theguidelineaddressesinitialassessmentandreassess- mentinpatientsbeginningorcontinuinglong-term(‡3 months) glucocorticoid (GC) treatment, as well as the relativebenefitsandharmsoflifestylemodification and of calcium, vitamin D, bisphosphonate, raloxifene, teri- paratide,anddenosumabtreatmentinthegeneraladult populationreceivinglong-termGCtreatment,aswellas inspecialpopulationsoflong-termGCusers (...) . Results. Because of limited evidence regarding the benefits and harms of interventions in GC users, most recommendationsinthisguideline areconditional (uncertain balance between benefits and harms). Rec- ommendations include treating only with calcium and vitamin D in adults at low fracture risk, treating with calcium and vitamin D plus an additional osteoporosis medication(oralbisphosphonatepreferred)inadultsat moderate-to-high fracturerisk,continuing calcium plus

2017 American College of Rheumatology

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