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APGAR Newborn Assessment

Published: May 15, 2017
Case No. 22
Author: Medzcool
CASE SCENARIO

One of your patients arrives to your labor and delivery floor in active labor. After a period of observation, she is now dilated to 10 cm and having regular contractions. You deliver the newborn and now you are assessing the one minute APGAR score for this baby. The baby is pink all over with a pulse of 130. As you dry her off, she cries vigorously and is moving all 4 extremities.

QUESTION

What is her 1 minute APGAR score?

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10