A term SGA newborn weighing 4 lb was brought to the nursery for admission a short time after birth..

A term SGA newborn weighing 4 lb was brought to the nursery
for admission a short time after birth. The labor and birth nurse reports the
mother was a heavy smoker and a cocaine addict and experienced physical abuse
throughout her pregnancy. After stabilizing the newborn and correcting the
hypoglycemia with oral feedings, the nurse observes the following:
acrocyanosis, ruddy color, poor circulation to the extremities, tachypnea, and
irritability

a. What complication might this SGA newborn be manifesting?
b. What factors may have contributed to this complication? c. What would be an

A term SGA newborn weighing 4 lb was brought to the nursery
for admission a short time after birth. The labor and birth nurse reports the
mother was a heavy smoker and a cocaine addict and experienced physical abuse
throughout her pregnancy. After stabilizing the newborn and correcting the
hypoglycemia with oral feedings, the nurse observes the following:
acrocyanosis, ruddy color, poor circulation to the extremities, tachypnea, and
irritability

a. What complication might this SGA newborn be manifesting?
b. What factors may have contributed to this complication? c. What would be an
appropriate intervention to manage this condition?