infant status

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Monitoring of ongoing pregnancies with laboratory evidence of possible recent Zika virus infection and the continued follow-up of infant status beyond birth hospitalization can inform public health recommendations for testing, evaluation, and care.
pointed out that "while the effect of vitamin [D.sub.3] supplementation on maternal and infant status is significant, the small sample sizes and large variation in supplementation protocols in these three randomized controlled trials limit ability to suggest specific practice changes" (p.
--Discontinue or change intervention strategy if an adverse change in infant status occurs.
Nursing participation in the development and implementation of the interdisciplinary strategies and plan of care will ensure that all relevant information about infant status is incorporated, and that recommended interventions are implemented consistently.
Criteria for sample selection were as follows: gestational age [is greater than or equal to] 37 weeks, as determined by the mother's last menstrual period or prenatal ultrasound and confirmed by clinical examination (Ballard et al., 1991); postnatal age [is less than] 72 hours; axillary temperature [is greater than or equal to] 97.6 [degrees] F; no supplemental oxygen; no equipment attached to the infant; no obvious physical anomalies; and infant status not classified as "critical." Verbal consent for participation in the study was obtained from the infant's mother.

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