Clinico-Bacteriological Profile of Neonatal Sepsis in a Tertiary Care Hospital

  title={Clinico-Bacteriological Profile of Neonatal Sepsis in a Tertiary Care Hospital},
  author={U. Mukhtar Rana and Charul S. Purani and Priyanshi Patel and Kirti Gupta},
Septicemia in new born remains a significant cause of mortality and morbidity in developing countries. Changing bacterial flora and emergence of resistant strains adds to the problem. Thus, neonatal septicemia requires accurate and timely clinical and laboratory diagnosis and proper management for better outcome. This study was aimed to find out the rate of neonatal sepsis in intramural newborns at our hospital, to correlate clinical profile with bacterial isolates in culture proven sepsis and… CONTINUE READING


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