Printables

These forms were designed and created by Monique Kinney. We've replaced the Iso Printables (versions 1-4) with the new and improved Pregnancy Pack and Baby Pack in September 2018. These packs are designed to make it easier for you to keep track of your results, baby's results, and much more. You may want to have them printed at FedEx Office or another print shop. For a nominal fee they will print these packs double sided (make sure the title page is set to single sided), on thicker paper. You can even add spiral binding or hole punching on to your order. 


Pregnancy Pack

This is the partner to the Baby Pack. It includes some questions you may consider asking the MFM doctor, a copy of the MCA charts so you can see the 1.0 MoM and 1.5 MoM numbers for your week of gestation at a glance, a spot to record your titers and MoM scores, and a free medical alert card. 



Baby Pack

It's Here! If you only print one thing to take with you to the hospital when it's time to give birth, the Baby Pack is it. This 18 page printable combines all the previous printables into one up to date package that you can use after your baby is here. Things covered will be what blood draws baby needs when, normal lab values, the bilirubin graphs for both the US and the UK, NICU Notes and Packing List, and there's even a spot to record all of your baby's lab results in one convenient place. With over 30 referenced articles (so you know it's accurate), this is your one stop printable to make life after birth just a little bit easier. This also contains copies of the two printables below (Things to Bring, and Normal Lab Values).

NICU Survival Guide
Things to Bring Checklist

Normal Lab Values

These are charts you can print off. Unlike the printables above which record baby's values, these are the list of normal laboratory values for infant blood tests. These provide the reference range. Charts included: Phototherapy (USA), Exchange Transfusion (USA), Phototherapy (Canada/UK), Exchange Transfusion (Canada/UK), Hemoglobin, Hematocrit, Ferritin, Neutropil Count, Reticulocyte Count, and Thrombocyte Count.