Newborn Physical Examination
The narrated examination instructional video features babies from different
ethnicities. The step by step examination criteria provides medical
students, family medicine residents, midwives and newborn infant
care givers immediate benefit from Dr. Hart's training and experience.
More than 50 examination demonstrations including:
- Anterior & posterior fontanelle
- Facies, syndromic features, Clefts, Red reflex
- Murmurs, split in second heart sound, auscultation of PMI, pulses, brachial & femoral.
- Umbilical area, kidneys, liver, spleen
- Arms, hands, feet, legs
- Suck, facial movement symmetry, palmar grasp, plantar grasp
- Gestational assessment (6 areas)
This detailed instructional video is intended for third or fourth year
medical students, first year pediatric, medicine-pediatric or family
medicine residents, midwives, pediatric nurse practitioners and physician
A Time Saving Tool!
This instructional video is valuable for time constrained mentors and
teachers. Instead of the instructor repeatedly demonstrating the
physical examination, each new medical student can view the video
independently, saving mentors many hours per week.
Cephalohematoma, Caput Succedaneum, DDH
The video includes diagrams and a detailed description of
the difference between Cephalohematoma and Caput Succedaneum. Dr. Hart
describes Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip (DDH) as well as providing
an in-depth, step by step, demonstration for diagnosing DDH using
the Ortolani maneuver.
Length and Head Circumference
Dr. Hart shows the mechanics of measuring an infant's body length and head
circumference. She also provides a formula for calculating the relationship
of head circumference to body length for a normal newborn.
Preview Video Clips!
If you have interest in seeing some short video clips, click the
The video clips are in Microsoft Windows Media Player Video format (.WMV).
Note: Because the video files were
made small for fast transmission/download, the video and
audio quality is poor.