Table 2.

Neonatal Resuscitation Supplies and Equipment

Suction equipment
 Bulb syringe
 Mechanical suction and tubing
 Suction catheters, 5F or 6F, 8F, and 10F or 12F
 8F feeding tube and 20-mL syringe
 Meconium aspiration device
Bag-and-mask equipment
 Neonatal resuscitation bag with a pressure-release valve or pressure manometer (the bag must   be capable of delivering 90% to 100% oxygen)
 Face masks, newborn and premature sizes (masks with cushioned rim preferred)
 Oxygen with flowmeter (flow rate up to 10 L/min) and tubing (including portable oxygen   cylinders)
Intubation equipment
 Laryngoscope with straight blades, No. 0 (preterm) and No. 1 (term)
 Extra bulbs and batteries for laryngoscope
 Tracheal tubes, 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, and 4.0 mm ID
 Stylet (optional)
 Tape or securing device for tracheal tube
 Alcohol sponges
 CO2 detector (optional)
 Laryngeal mask airway (optional)
 Epinephrine 1:10 000 (0.1 mg/mL)—3-mL or 10-mL ampules
 Isotonic crystalloid (normal saline or Ringer's lactate) for volume expansion—100 or 250 mL
 Sodium bicarbonate 4.2% (5 mEq/10 mL)—10-mL ampules
 Naloxone hydrochloride 0.4 mg/mL—1-mL ampules; or 1.0 mg/mL—2-mL ampules
 Normal saline, 30 mL
 Dextrose 10%, 250 mL
 Normal saline “fish” or “bullet” (optional)
 Feeding tube, 5F (optional)
 Umbilical vessel catheterization supplies
  Sterile gloves
  Scalpel or scissors
  Povidone-iodine solution
  Umbilical tape
  Umbilical catheters, 3.5F, 5F
  Three-way stopcock
 Syringes, 1, 3, 5, 10, 20, and 50 mL
 Needles, 25-, 21-, and 18-gauge or puncture device for needleless system
 Gloves and appropriate personal protection
 Radiant warmer or other heat source
 Firm, padded resuscitation surface
 Clock (timer optional)
 Warmed linens
 Tape, ½ or ¾ inch
 Cardiac monitor and electrodes and/or pulse oximeter with probe (optional for delivery room)
 Oropharyngeal airways