Case report A Preterm neonate of 33 weeks gestation deteriorated on day 2 with septic shock and decreased urine output rapidly over 12 hours. Baby…Explore more A Case of Neonatal Umbilical Infection leading to Septic Shock
A Late preterm, 36 weeks by gestation and small for gestation age was delivered via Cesarean section for Oligohydramnios. At birth the Apgar was 9/10,…Explore more Partial Exchange transfusion for Neonate with Polycythemia
Diabetes in a mother can either occur before the pregnancy – pregestational diabetes or during the pregnancy – gestational diabetes. High blood sugar level in…Explore more Risks to Babies born to Diabetic Mothers
Case Scenario A 3 year boy form Western region presented at Emergency Room in a state of altered sensorium. The child was well 5 days…Explore more A Child with Fever, Diarrhea, AKI, Hematuria, Altered senosrium and Anemia
Neonatal period is a period of great delicacy and concern to the newborn as well as the parents. A baby born after 9 months of…Explore more 10 Danger Signs in babies every parents must know
A Single Male baby was born at 38 weeks of gestation with birth weight of 3.1 kg through Normal vaginal delivery. At birth the child…Explore more Case of Cyanotic Congenital Heart Disease : PGE1 saves life
A Single/ Term Male Baby weighing 3.0 kg was delivered via emergency LSCS for fetal distress who was prenatally diagnosed to have congenital diaphragmatic hernia…Explore more A Classical case of Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia
Assessment of gestational age can be made postnatally by either Dubowitz Score or New Ballard Scoring system. In sick infants, examination of Anterior lens canpsule…Explore more New Ballard Score: How to use it correctly?