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Study of complementary feeding practices in mothers of infants aged 6-12 months
There is lack of knowledge regarding the ideal complementary feeding practices amongst the mothers, and health workers should educate the mothers regarding continuation of breastfeeding and appropriate timing of introduction of complementary feeds. Expand
Comparison of analgesic effect of 24% sucrose and breast milk in healthy infants less than 2 months of age
24% Sucrose and breast milk had analgesic activity in infants less than two months of age undergoing DPT vaccination, and the analgesic effect was better for 24% sucrose as compared to breast milk. Expand
Efficacy, Tolerability and Serum Phenytoin Levels after Intravenous Fosphenytoin Loading Dose in Children with Status Epilepticus
Intravenous fosphenytoin loading dose of 20 mg/kg is effective in controlling seizures in 88% of children with status epilepticus, with a good safety profile. Expand
Comparison of 24% sucrose as analgesic during 2nd and 3rd diphtheria-pertussistetanus vaccinations with 1st diphtheria-pertussis-tetanus vaccination
Nearly 24% sucrose had less analgesic activity in babies receiving 3rd and 2nd DPT vaccination compared to those receiving 1st DPT, and it suggested 24% Sucrose hadLess analgesic effect between 2 and 4 months of age babies. Expand
Hemodynamic changes during exchange transfusion in early neonatal period
Current recommendations for performing ET are based on balance between the risk of encephalopathy and the adverse events related to the procedure holds true, and monitoring of neonate is essential during ET which will prevent complications of ET. Expand