Sanchita Pal

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AIM Occasional babies survive long term after withdrawal of intensive care despite a poor prognosis. We aimed to review in detail the clinical cases, characteristics, and outcomes of neonates with unexpected protracted survival following planned withdrawal of intensive cardiorespiratory support. METHODS We reviewed infants who unexpectedly survived for(More)
There are significant differences between the coagulation system in neonates compared with children and adults. Abnormalities of standard coagulation tests are common within the neonatal population. The laboratory tests of activated partial thromboplastin time (aPTT) and prothrombin time (PT) were developed to investigate coagulation factor deficiencies in(More)
BACKGROUND Adverse transfusion reactions in the neonatal population are poorly understood and defined. The incidence and pattern of adverse effects due to red blood cell (RBC) transfusion are not well known, and there has been no systematic review of published adverse events. RBC transfusions continue to be linked to the development of morbidities unique to(More)
Today, a new group of students joined our team. During a few minutes of lull on the ward round I offered to teach on a small topic, and suggested jaundice, related to the last case seen. To this, one student – we can call her Jill, confi dently replied ‘we know all about the pathophysiology of jaundice’, I shuffl ed, and politely offered to discuss(More)
BACKGROUND Controversy exists regarding the contribution of blood transfusions to a range of adverse clinical outcomes in neonates. The aim of our systematic review was to identify the broader literature on harmful effects and associations potentially attributable to red blood cell (RBC) transfusions. STUDY DESIGN AND METHODS A comprehensive search of(More)
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