The Neurologic Exam for Neonates with suspected Encephalopathy– Stanford University
Pediatric Neurological Exam- “Internet Accessible Tutorial for Medical Neuroscience in the Pediatric Neurologic Examination” is authored by the University of Nebraska Medical Center (Paul D. Larsen, MD) and the University of Utah School of Medicine (Suzanne S. Stensaas, PhD).
Screening Neurologic Exam For Therapeutic Hypothermia
This tool is designed for all members of the neonatology or nursery team and the tests are anonymous. Please do the Pre-Survey first, then complete the Screening Neurologic Exam Presentation and finish with the Post-Survey. The presentation includes videos of actual cases and will take a moment to open. Watch in SLIDE SHOW mode to be able to view the cases at the end of the presentation.
Tools to Predict Outcomes in HIE
This calculator is designed to serve as a clinical tool by the bedside clinician to predict outcome in infants diagnosed with HIE. This tool should not be used as sole factor to make clinical decisions to determine if infant should receive therapeutic hypothermia. Please referrer to the protocol criteria linked below to determine if an infant qualifies to receive therapeutic hypothermia.
- View presentation
- Download PowerPoint Presentation
Step by Step Video
A helpful video for medical staff on how to set up an aEEG
Current and Future Roles of Imaging in Neonatal Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy
How to set up the CritiCool
Hypothermia Start-Up Kit
- Freeze Warning Letter
- Hypothermia Policy Procedure
- Freeze Warning Poster
- Hypothermia Quick Start
- Cooling Sign for Bedside
- Transport Team Information
Protocols and Guidelines
- HIE Supportive Care Management Guidelines
- Therapeutic Hypothermia in neonates with HIE – State of Florida protocol
- Guidelines for monitoring infants with low cord gas Ph and mild HIE on SARNAT exam
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