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There is a paucity of data regarding predictive values and likelihood ratios of clinical signs for the diagnosis of late onset neonatal septicemia. This study aimed to determine these parameters in a prospective fashion, deriving a score by combining the most useful signs and determining the diagnostic utility of the score. All neonates admitted to a… (More)
A premature newborn infant born at 30 weeks gestation developed erythematous papular skin lesions that coalesced to form a necrotic plaque with black eschar. Skin histopathology and culture demonstrated infection with Aspergillus flavus. There was no evidence of Aspergillus flavus infection elsewhere.
OBJECTIVE To compare thyroid hormone levels between septicemic preterm neonates with and without shock. METHODS Preterm septicemic infants with shock constituted Group A (n=36) and those without shock constituted Group B, with groups matched (1:1) for gestation and postnatal age. Those with maternal thyroid disorders, thyrotropic medication and life… (More)