Syed Makhtum Mohinuddin

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UNLABELLED Bilious vomiting in a neonate may be a sign of intestinal obstruction often resulting in transfer requests to surgical centres. The aim of this study was to assess the use of clinical findings at referral in predicting outcomes and to determine how often such patients have a time-critical surgical condition (eg, volvulus, where a delay in(More)
Background: Transfer for increased level of care of newborns with Hypoxic Respiratory Failure (HRF) is common, and can often be challenging. The data available regarding the transfer of these newborns is limited (1). Newborns with a persistently higher oxygenation index (OI>25) may require ECMO, thus affecting destination.Aim: To assess the efficacy of(More)
Background and Aims: There is increasing evidence that therapeutic hypothermia may improve survival and reduce the rate of disability in infants with neonatal encephalopathy. The aim of this study was to evaluate the referrals for cooling received by London Neonatal Transfer Service (NTS) and assess their adherence to the enrolment criteria used by the TOBY(More)
OBJECTIVE The precautionary approach to urgently investigate infants with bilious vomiting has increased the numbers referred to transport teams and tertiary surgical centres. The aim of this national UK audit was to quantify referrals and determine the frequency of surgical diagnoses with the purpose to inform the consequent inclusion of these referrals in(More)
Objective The recent availability of servo-controlled cooling equipment on transport makes it possible to commence active cooling at the referral unit for infants with hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy. This study aimed to compare the temperature and transfer variables in passively and actively cooled babies. Study Design This is a retrospective cohort study(More)
To investigate the relationship between maternal plasma noradrenaline levels at a mean gestational age of 29 weeks and gestational age and weight at birth. Original research. Seventy-four pregnant women with a mean gestational age of 29 weeks. Psychological anxiety levels (Spielberger State and Trait questionnaire) and plasma stress hormone levels(More)
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