Neonatal infections


Neonatal infections remain serious complication, especially among very low birthweight preterm infants. Bacterial infections that happen within 72 hours of birth can be extremely dangerous for newborn babies. These infections are particularly dangerous if there are any delays in recognising that the baby is ill and starting treatment. Neonatal sepsis remains a feared cause of morbidity and mortality in the neonatal period.


  • Bacterial infections
  • Neonatal sepsis

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