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Hepatic Dysfunction in Asphyxiated Neonates: Prospective Case-Controlled Study
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AST, ALT at 24 hours, and LDH at 72 hours of animation can be a utilitarian diagnostic tool to differentiate asphyxiated neonates from non-asphyxiation neonates and to discover the severity of perinatal asphyxia because of easy accessibility and feasibility of tests. Expand
Clinical Profile of Severe Acute Malnutrition in Western Rajasthan: A Prospective Observational Study from India
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The problem of severe malnutrition is multi-dimensional and inter-generational in nature and the determinants includes household food insecurity, illiteracy, low socioeconomic status, lack of awareness to access health services, large family size and poor purchasing power etc. Expand
To study prevalence of persistent pulmonary hypertension in newborn with meconium aspiration syndrome in western Rajasthan, India: a prospective observational study
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PPHN is a genuine problem in MAS-born neonates and is commonly seen in neonates born by unplanned and unmonitored delivery, and the prevalence of PPHN can be reduced by providing good antenatal care, regular follow up of high-risk pregnancy. Expand
The Role of Uterine and Umbilical Arterial Doppler in High-risk Pregnancy: A Prospective Observational Study from India
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Doppler study may be used for the prediction of preeclampsia and IUGR to reduce the maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality. Expand
The role of early inhaled budesonide therapy in meconium aspiration in term newborns: a randomized control study
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Budesonide nebulization in meconium aspiration results in significant early improvement in general condition (early improvement in respiratory distress and early normalization of Downe’s score) of the newborn with lesser oxygen requirement, thus early discharge from NICU but has no impact on final outcome. Expand
Bacteriological spectrum and antimicrobial susceptibility pattern of neonatal septicaemia in a tertiary care hospital of North India
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Gram-negative organisms are the leading cause of neonatal septicaemia with Klebsiella spp being commonest and most of the isolates are resistant to common antibiotics. Expand
To Assess Predictive Value of Cord Blood Bilirubin and Albumin for Significant Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia: A Prospective Study from India
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Cord bilirubin and albumin can be used as predictor for hyperbilirubinemia and for early review for jaundice especially in developing countries where regular follow up is difficult. Expand
Right cervical lymphadenopathy: a rare presentation of metastatic hepatocellular carcinoma
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Considering the high incidence of H CC in Asia, a special attention should be given to such unusual site of presentation and metastasis of HCC; therefore, not to miss the diagnosis. Expand
To study the effect of Kangaroo Mother Care on pain response in preterm neonates and to determine the behavioral and physiological responses to painful stimuli in preterm neonates: a study from
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KMC is a most physiological, non-pharmacological and easy intervention that involves parents: to manage procedural pain that can be implemented for physiological or behavioral stability in their premature infants. Expand
Paraneoplastic Internal Jugular Vein Thrombosis Leading to Diagnosis of Bilateral Ovarian Ependymoma
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A 67-year-old lady presented to us with swelling in the right side of neck for 2 months followed by pelvic pain, lower abdominal distention, and weight loss for 1 month seems to be a paraneoplastic presentation of ovarian malignancy that preceded the diagnosis of ependymoma by 2 months. Expand
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