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Intrauterine fetal death and maternal shock occurred as a result of a type-1 hypersensitivity reaction following antibiotic prophylaxis in a cesarean section. Amniotic fluid embolism may mimic the condition. The ability to diagnose and treat such an event as early as possible is necessary in all maternity centers. The selection of antibiotic regimen and the… (More)
This prospective study was designed to have an insight into critical events occurring in the 13-bedded multidisciplinary intensive care unit (ICU) of our hospital and to report the critical events to evaluate the avoidable/iatrogenic problems so as to improve patient outcome and keep a self-check in the ICU. The errors reported were due to wrong mechanical… (More)
Persistent hyperinsulinemic hypoglycemia of infancy (PHHI) is rare and an important cause of hypoglycemia in neonates. It can lead to brain damage or death secondary to severe hypoglycemia. We present the anesthetic management in a diagnosed case of PHHI in an 8-day-old male neonate for total pancreatectomy.