Category: Neonatal Case

How to improve maternal confidence in neonatal care?
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How to improve maternal confidence in neonatal care?

Improve Maternal Confidence in Neonatal Care Maternal instinct is natural, but often, mothers have a hard time dealing with newborns, especially when the baby is prematurely born or has other health concerns. Experts of Chaitanya Hospital, which is also the best IVF hospital in Chandigarh, agree that neonatal care induces maternal confidence. Many studies have...

Premature Baby Ready To Go Home
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Premature Baby Ready To Go Home

Manjinder Kaur feared she would never be able to hold her premature son, who was born prematurely at 28 weeks in Chaitanya Hospital Chandigarh. Doctors said he is one of the youngest babies to have been treated at the hospital, which specializes in neonatal care. “He weighed just 880 gram and was brought to the...

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‘Miracles do happen’: A mother shares her NICU success story

While sharing her story mother Umangpreet, who delivered baby Viha at Chaitanya Hospital, prematurely shared her emotions when her baby had to be admitted to the NICU due to weight issues. She said: “My daughter was in NICU for 51 days and received good treatment. She came home healthy; thanks to the Chaitanya hospital understanding...

Common Benign Skin Lesions in Newborn Babies
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Common Benign Skin Lesions in Newborn Babies

Skin Lesions and Newborn Rashes all you need to know about Rashes are extremely common in newborns and can be a significant source of parental concern. Most of rashes are transient and benign and some require additional workup. Some of commom benign skin lesion in newborn include erythema toxicum neonatorum, milia, miliaria, seborrheic dermatitis, neonatal...

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Case 2 :- Parotid Abscess in Newborn

28 days full term male child born by normal vaginal delivery, presented with fever and swelling in parotid region. On examination parotid gland was swollen, overlying skin was inflamed and tender. On aspiration, pus was present. This was followed by surgical drainage under general anesthesia. Around 15-20m1 thick pus was drained. Staphylococus was isolated from...

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Case 1:- Acute Gastric Perforation

Term Male baby with no h/o birth asphyxia presented on Day 2 of life with multiple vomittings, dehydration, decreased urine output and shock. Baby responded to fluid resusitation and inotropes but he developed abdomen distenston on Day 3 with distress, requiring ventilatory support. Abdomen X-Ray showed free gas under both domes of diaphragm and stomach...