11-Observe activity, movements and posture.12-Assess cry, level of alertness and muscle tone.13-Examine skin (noting any bruises, abrasions and hemangiomas).
B- Head, Face, Mouth, Eyes and Nose:
1.Examine head (for size, shape, fontanels, and abnormal scalp swellings).2.Examine face, (for abnormal facial features and movements).3.Examine mouth, (tongue, lips, gums, and palate).
Examine eyes, (for corneal cloudiness, cataract, any swelling, redness,or pus draining from them.5.Perform Doll position6.Examine nose for signs of distress and patency
C- Heart, Chest, Abdomen and Cord, and External Genitalia
Examine cardiovascular system, (HR, heart sounds, murmurs and pulses)2.Examine chest, (shape, gynaecomastia, respiratory movements,auscultation).
Examine abdomen (distension, concavity or abdominal wall defects,assess the cord stump and count its vessels, palpation for organomegalyor masses, percussion for free peritoneal fluid and auscultation for intestinal sounds).
Examine genitals noting ambiguity and look for patency of the anus.
Assess size of penis and examine for descended testes.
D- Back and Limbs
1.Examine back, ( for any swellings, lesions, dimples, or hairy patches).
Examine all limbs (movements and fractures).3.Is there Erb’s palsy (by Moro reflex).
Assess hands and feet for Poly and / or Syndactyly5.Examine hip joints for limited abduction.6.Wash hands thoroughly with soap and water and dry them with a clean,dry cloth or air dry (or alternatively use antiseptic gel) .7.Document all your assessment appropriately.