Quality of survivals on conservative neonatal care.

Abstract:

:Quantity as well as quality of survivals determine the performance of a neonatal centre. Our centre has succeeded in improving survival with low cost technology without compromising the quality. Neurodevelopmental handicap was low on a 1-year follow-up. No baby had retinopathy of prematurity or hearing deficit. Dropout rate has been high although comprising of mainly full-term or near-term babies with mild perinatal asphyxia or mild respiratory distress or requiring instrumentation during delivery. Longer follow-up is desirable.

journal_name

J Trop Pediatr

authors

Kadam SB,Daga SR,Daga AS

doi

10.1093/tropej/37.5.250

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

1991-10-01 00:00:00

pages

250-3

issue

5

eissn

0142-6338

issn

1465-3664

journal_volume

37

pub_type

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