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July-September 2022 | Vol 11 | Issue 3

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Prognostic value of carbohydrate antigen 19-9 in the urine of mothers with fetal hydronephrosis to the severity and cause of neonatal renal involvement
Background: Hydronephrosis is the most common problem in prenatal sonography, which early detection decreases its complication and increases the survival rate of infants. Increased carbohydra...
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Occurrence of vesicoureteral reflux among the antenatally detected urinary tract dilation/antenatal hydronephrosis
Background: Approximately 1% of pregnancies on obstetric ultrasound (US) are associated with structural fetal anomalies, among whom 20% are of the genitourinary system. Objective:<...
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Neonatal outcome of twins and singleton neonates: An experience from tertiary care teaching center of Eastern Maharashtra, India
Introduction: It is impossible to achieve the target of Sustainable Developmental Goal without focusing on care of twins' neonates as they are more prone for death and higher chance of lo...
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Enhancing the quality of neonatal care by improving mothers' knowledge, attitude, and practice through checklist intervention
Objectives: The objective of this study is to improve the newborn and self-care practices among postnatal mothers through quality improvement techniques and to create awareness about newborn ...
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Cordblood vitamin A levels and intraventricular hemorrhage outcomes in preterm infants
Background and Aims: Intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH) is a major complication of preterm birth and large haemorrhages may yield significant future disability. Although multifactorial, premat...
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