A Retrospective Chart Review of Bleeding After Circumcision to Build Evidence-Based Practice in Newborn Care.
JOGNN: Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing
Circumcision Adverse Effects; Postoperative Hemorrhage In Infancy and Childhood; Human; Retrospective Design; Record Review; Time Factors; Severity of Illness; Infant, Newborn; Male; Prospective Studies; Professional Practice, Evidence-Based; United States; Neonatal Nursing; Infant, Newborn: birth-1 month; Male
The article discusses the highlights of a retrospective chart review conducted to determine the frequency, timing, and severity of post-circumcision bleeding in male newborns born between November 30, 2010 and November 30, 2012 in a large northeastern U.S. medical center. Topics covered include the methods used in the review, details relating to the results obtained from the study, and the review's implications for nursing practice.
Crosby, Patircia and Fortier, Julie V., "A Retrospective Chart Review of Bleeding After Circumcision to Build Evidence-Based Practice in Newborn Care." (2016). Maine Medical Center. 1006.