Baby's First Test

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Apgar Test
Breathing
Muscle tone
Reflexes
Pulse
Appearance
Heart rate
Color
Grimace
Activity
Respiration
Blue or pale
Extremities
blue/body pink
Pink all over
Absent
More than
100 beats/min.
Below
No response
Coughs or sneezes
Grimaces
Limp
Active
Some movement
Good (crying)
Weak
Score
When your baby is 1 minute old, he or she will be given an Apgar test. A perfect score is 10, though most healthy newborns score in the 7 to 9 range. Babies who score 4 to 6 usually require some assistance, such as suctioning the airways. A score below 4 indicates more serious problems that must be treated immediately. The test is repeated about 5 minutes later. The purpose of an Apgar is to give the pediatrician a quick snapshot of the baby's stress during delivery and progress outside the womb.
Baby's First Test