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To evaluate he efficacy of umbilical cord bilirubin to predict the development of severe neonatal hyperbilirubinemia during neonatal period.
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ABSTRACT Recurrent pneumonia usually occurs due to an underlying disorder that negatively affects local or systemic defence mechanisms. The aim of this study was to find out the prevalence and risk factors associated with recurrent pneumonia in children and to determine possible strategic plan needed for better clinical outcome. Children between...
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p>Bacterial endocarditis in neonates is a rare. Generally neonates who develop endocarditis have required the invasive intensive care monitoring necessary for the support and treatment of a high-risk nursery population. Neonatal Infective endocarditis is usually reported as a fatal disease. With early diagnosis and treatment we can change prognosis...
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It is a known fact that neonatal mortality is the major contributor of under five mortality. Many neonatal Intensive care units are being strengthened in low resource countries like Nepal. With addition of more invasive therapeutic approach if we also introduce simple yet cost effective practices and regularly reemphasize them we can help lots of n...
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There has been a continuous effort to develop standard growth charts for neonates. Reference growth charts based on cross-sectional intrauterine data were developed from measurement of anthropometric parameters of neonates of different gestations at birth. Similarly postnatal charts for preterm neonates were developed based on longitudinal measurem...
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Optimal feeding strategy in preterm neonates is unclear. These neonates are at high risk of feed intolerance (FI) and necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC). Considering this risk, introduction of enteral feeding in these neonates is usually delayed. Delayed passage of meconium has been considered as risk factor for FI. We planned this study with an objec...

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